Időpont:2019 Május 06. 10:00, Hétfő
Cím:Budakeszi út 21.


Conference in dialogue between post-disciplinary fields - Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, MOME TWO

06.05. – Monday

10:00-10:30  Opening speeches: József Fülöp, MOME rector; Alexander Kremer, head of the Hungarian Forum of Somaesthetics; Márton Szentpéteri, head of MOME PhD programme

10:30-11:30 Richard Shusterman – keynote lecture: Somaesthetics and Design

11:30-12:00 coffee break

12:00-13:00 Rituals and dance in perspectives of design and somaesthetics (part 1)

Mădălina Diaconu (University of Vienna, associate professor): Ritual Design and design theory: a tensioned encounter

Ariana Amacker (University of Gothenburg, postdoctoral researcher): Design, Ceremony, and the Integrative Wholeness of Aesthetic Experience

13:00-14:30   lunch break

14:30-16:00 Rituals and dance in perspectives of design and somaesthetics (part 2)

Nóra Horváth (Széchenyi István University, Győr, senior lecturer): Destabilization as expansion of the boundaries of self in the work of Pál Frenák

Aurélie Debaene (University of Kent, PhD student): “Give me Glamour!”: What Posing Shows Us About Spontaneity in Expert Artistic Movement

Linnea Bågander (University of Borås, PhD student): Wear-thinking – enabling (e)motion

16:00-16:30 coffee

16:30-18:30 Designed experience, designed environment

Steven M. Leuthold (Northern Michigan University, professor): Soma and Symbol: The Locus of Style in Design History and Culture

Attila Horányi (MOME, associate professor): Is Taste Embodied Knowledge?

Tom McGuirk and Alan Summers (University of Chester, senior lecturer / program leader): Superimposed visions: psychophysiological space in Augmented and Mixed Reality design

Matthew Crippen (Humboldt University, researcher): Suppressive Aesthetics: Post-Revolutionary Redesign of Tahrir Square

07.05. – Tuesday

10:00-11:00 Patrick Devlieger – keynote lecture: Disability, Body, Senses and Esthetics: A very short introduction to the cultural model of disability and its discontents

11:00-11:30   coffee break

11:30-13:30 Transhumanism/posthumanism

Alexander Kremer (University of Szeged, associate professor): Either Transhumanism Or Somaesthetics?

Renáta Dezső-Dinnyés (MOME, PhD student): Experiencing extended organs of physiology

Alice Helliwell (University of Kent, PhD student): Need some body: Is AI creativity embodied?

Ákos Schneider (MOME, PhD student): The Cyborg as a Concept for Post-human-centered Design Theory            

13:30-15:00 lunch break

15:00-17:00 Designed therapies

Stefan W. Schmidt (University of Wuppertal, post-doc): Phenomenology of spatiality and social design

Eszter Babarczy (MOME, senior lecturer): Art as Experience: A Contemporary Perspective

Dina Shahar and Jonatan Ventura (Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem, lecturer/ senior lecturer): Bespoke Healthcare Design: Somaesthetics, Ideology

Renato Bispo (Politécnico de Leiria, adjunct professor, researcher) Design as translation. What does it mean to have an healthy life?

08.05. – Wednesday

10:00-11:00 Guy Julier – keynote lecture: Neoliberal objects; neoliberal subjects

11:00-11:30 coffee break

11:30-13:00 Humans, tools, computers and other materialities

Andor Wesselényi-Garay (Budapest Metropolitan University, associate professor): The Body as Prosthesis. Bod(y)sign – the zero point of forming

Shalini Sahoo (RCA, PhD student): Articulating Human-Material-Interaction within Transit Spaces

Rachael Garrett (Univ. Limerick MA student): A preliminary investigation into somaesthetic bodystorming tools for the design of affective haptic interactions

13:00-14:30 lunch break

14:30-16:00 Achieving the virtual

Annette Svaneklink Jakobsen (University of Southern Denmark, associate professor): Movements of design mediation: Between the immaterial and the material

Eui-chul Jung and Ji Hee Cho (Seoul National University, associate professor / researcher): Study of Gesture-based UI design to improve Presence in Virtual Reality -Focused on a volume slider UI design with gesture control experiment

Ágnes Karolina Bakk (Sapientia University, Cluj – MOME, PhD student) Epiphany and Intimacy in Immersive Analogue Spaces

Tamás Seregi (ELTE, associate professor): Virtuality versus Simulation, or Some Remarks against the Concept of Immersion