Category Archives: CTS/ISHE

A home for the CTS/ISHE aspect of BA Hons GMD at London College of Communication

(CTS) Global Design and Critical Sustainability – What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority?

What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority? Although it’s easy to narrow this question down to the role of Graphic Design or Visual Communication, design is actually at the heart of everything we consume:

(CTS) Global Design and Critical Sustainability – What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority?

What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority? Although it’s easy to narrow this question down to the role of Graphic Design or Visual Communication, design is actually at the heart of everything we consume:

(CTS) Design Activism: 4 – We Are Legion

Non-hierarchical social movements The documentary film We Are Legion tells the story of the rise of one of the most heavily publicised global protest movements ever known – Anonymous. Although the film appears to be presented from a very sympathetic

(CTS) Design Activism: 4 – We Are Legion

Non-hierarchical social movements The documentary film We Are Legion tells the story of the rise of one of the most heavily publicised global protest movements ever known – Anonymous. Although the film appears to be presented from a very sympathetic

(CTS) Design Activism: 3 – Space, Disobedience and Control

Write a rationale of an intervention in public space, based on group work, academic and spatial research When discussing the idea of an intervention in a public space it was necessary to first decide on an actual theme or issue to

(CTS) Design Activism: 3 – Space, Disobedience and Control

Write a rationale of an intervention in public space, based on group work, academic and spatial research When discussing the idea of an intervention in a public space it was necessary to first decide on an actual theme or issue to

(CTS) Design Activism: 2 – The Art (and Design) of Activism

Write an analysis of a piece of protest art (or more), based on your reading of Duncombe and Lambert’s text, additional academic research and group discussion (250 words). Although the point of the task wasn’t necessarily to respond to a

(CTS) Design Activism: 2 – The Art (and Design) of Activism

Write an analysis of a piece of protest art (or more), based on your reading of Duncombe and Lambert’s text, additional academic research and group discussion (250 words). Although the point of the task wasn’t necessarily to respond to a

Term 03: CTS Catalogue and Essay: Essay Presentation

My 12-slide PechaKucha presentation on my chosen essay subject. Catalogue

Term 03: CTS Catalogue and Essay: Essay Presentation

My 12-slide PechaKucha presentation on my chosen essay subject. Catalogue

CTS Lecture Series: 06 Bleached Dreams – Troubling Places – Greta Hauer

Greta Hauer’s lecture Bleached Dreams – Troubling Places explored the idea of constructed environments and non-places particularly through virtual reality and the creation of fictional places. In Greta’s own words: Car Parks, Casinos or ‘Seahaven’ – a fictional town in

CTS Lecture Series: 06 Bleached Dreams – Troubling Places – Greta Hauer

Greta Hauer’s lecture Bleached Dreams – Troubling Places explored the idea of constructed environments and non-places particularly through virtual reality and the creation of fictional places. In Greta’s own words: Car Parks, Casinos or ‘Seahaven’ – a fictional town in

CTS Lecture Series 03: After a Fashion: Kays Catalogue, Modernism and Fashion Persuasion, Dene October

Today’s lecture certainly didn’t follow the usual structure and one could be forgiven for leaving having not really known what the main point of the lecture was but if attention was paid to the ‘unraveling of layers’ as Dene put it,

CTS Lecture Series 03: After a Fashion: Kays Catalogue, Modernism and Fashion Persuasion, Dene October

Today’s lecture certainly didn’t follow the usual structure and one could be forgiven for leaving having not really known what the main point of the lecture was but if attention was paid to the ‘unraveling of layers’ as Dene put it,