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[UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM
Onomatopee (graphic design: Studio Bramesfeld)

Onomatopee Projects presents the [UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM: a phygital program consisting of real-life exhibitions, [online] symposiums, book launches, workshops and talks.

With the unsocial conditions in which this year’s Dutch Design Week takes shape, Onomatopee asks the question: how can we still create enough space to discuss, question, and reflect upon social [design] matters? The [UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM offers an on- and offline space to present and discuss a wide variety of [social] design issues.

The program takes shape both physically and digitally, and offers a multitude of approaches towards design. From design criticism to expanded fashion practice, and from democratic design to design theatricality. Alongside Onomatopee’s self-initiated projects, a wide range of experts and upcoming talents from the field of graphic design, fashion, cultural studies, sociology and product design will be represented by Onomatopee in October and during Dutch Design Week.

Exhibitions / projects on show:

The phantom of design
Cross Cultural Chairs
Ode to Construction
Residency for the people #4 – Rietveld by the people
Diagramming Something Missing
In the name of <3
MODUS

Events:

Designers Write
MODUS – Conversations
Ode to Construction
In the name of <3
Diagramming Something Missing

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Onomatopee Projects

Onomatopee is an exhibition space, publisher, and public events gallery. Onomatopee aims to provide a place for the production and presentation of a progressive, experimental and transdisciplinary cultural program that captures and conveys current events in both word and image. Through research, development and presentation Onomatopee wishes to create space for a critical attitude towards art, design and society's cultural bandwidth at-large.