Radical Norms featured in Creative Applications Network blog

 

Thursday, January 24, 2019

After being introduced at Design TO’s 2019 festival (ongoing through January 27, 2019) '100% Chair: Design for algorithmic landscapes' has been featured in CreativeApplications.Net (CAN), one of today's most authoritative digital art blogs.

Created by Radical Norms, 100% Chair is an exploratory project speculating on the near future where humans and smart machines live, learn and work together. The project explores design processes that consider Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) as a collaborator and a stakeholder. Radical Norms is an emerging design studio led by its three founders, Angelika Seeschaaf-Veres, Koby Barhad and Instructor Daniel Daam-Rossi, who are also teaching in the Industral Design Program. Having cultivated their respective design practices internationally, Toronto has become the place where they look to apply their knowledge and expertise as Radical Norms.

Launched in 2008, CAN tirelessly beat reports innovation across the field and catalogues projects, tools and platforms relevant to the intersection of art, media and technology.

100% Chair: Designing for Algorithmic Landscapes - 78.2% Chair
100% Chair: Designing for Algorithmic Landscapes - 78.2% Chair

Juliette Vermeersch
Program Chair, Paul Dallas is pleased to announce 7 illustrations from OCADU's Illustration Program
As OCAD U celebrates its newest graduates at today’s convocation ceremonies, the university is proud to announce new supports for graduates' career development.
The cover of the special "Entangled Gaze" edition of the ab-Original journal.
OCAD University is pleased to announce the new peer-reviewed journal ab-Original: Journal of Indigenous Studies and First Nations and First Peoples' Cultures is now available. This special issue entitled “The Entangled Gaze: Indigenous and European Views of Each Other”1 co-edited by Dr. McMaster and Dr. Julia Lum (University of Toronto), contains ten essays. The Entangled Gaze shares its title and theme with the 2017 conference that was co-hosted by OCAD University and the Art Gallery of Ontario. The conference convened an international group of scholars and museum professionals from the fields of art history, anthropology, cultural studies and curatorial practice to explore the topic of how Indigenous and European artists have represented each other in historical art and visual culture.
Raquel Da Silva Wall Work
A new living wall wallwork by DRPT student Raquel De Silva has been installed in OCAD University’s Rosalie Sharp Pavilion. This project was commissioned by the Faculty of Art and the Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers (CEAD), and generously supported by Mercedes Benz Financial Services (MBFS) sponsorships.
Indu Antony
OCAD University’s Faculty of Art is pleased to welcome Bangalore-based artist Indu Antony as the inaugural artist-in-residence for its 2019 IArts Residency Program, taking place September 9 to October 19.
l-r: Jaime Rivera, Neil Botelho, Bo Louie, Nadia Abuseif and Silva Nercessian
OCAD University congratulates its graduate Strategic Foresight and Innovation students with winning five awards presented by The Association of Professional Futurists (APF) for their outstanding work! 
OCAD University will present honorary doctorate degrees to four prominent Canadians: artist, activist and educator, Jeannette Armstrong, PhD, famed cartoonist, illustrator and OCAD U alumnus  Barry Blitt, celebrated artist and graduate of OCAD U, Shelley Niro and accomplished Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema. 
Natalie King
Congratulations to Natalie King (DRPT 2018') who has joined Xpace Cultural Centre as the team's Programming Coordinator.
l-r: Instructor Daniel Daam-Rossi, Assistant Professor Koby Barhad and Associate Professor Angelika Seeschaaf-Veres.
Thursday, January 24, 2019

After being introduced at Design TO’s 2019 festival (ongoing through January 27, 2019) '100% Chair: Design for algorithmic landscapes' has been featured in CreativeApplications.Net (CAN), one of today's most authoritative digital art blogs.

Created by Radical Norms, 100% Chair is an exploratory project speculating on the near future where humans and smart machines live, learn and work together. The project explores design processes that consider Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) as a collaborator and a stakeholder. Radical Norms is an emerging design studio led by its three founders, Angelika Seeschaaf-Veres, Koby Barhad and Instructor Daniel Daam-Rossi, who are also teaching in the Industral Design Program. Having cultivated their respective design practices internationally, Toronto has become the place where they look to apply their knowledge and expertise as Radical Norms.

Launched in 2008, CAN tirelessly beat reports innovation across the field and catalogues projects, tools and platforms relevant to the intersection of art, media and technology.

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100% Chair: Designing for Algorithmic Landscapes - 78.2% Chair