For the first time since 2019, the Design Talks & Degree Show was back in the shape of a real-life event. Combining the best from the digital and physical worlds, UID22 was an event defined by inclusion, focused on a more resilient future.
And we're back! For the first time since 2019, the real-life grad show is returning to Umeå Institute of Design.
On April 8, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao premieres the exhibition: Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture. Among the exhibition objects are four visionary graduate projects created by alumni from the MFA Programme in Transportation Design.
Could small children suffering from incurable paralysis play themselves to a better everyday life? One UID22 grad project challenges the monotonous nature of crucial therapy.
Students at the Umeå Institute of Design have, in collaboration with the police and youths, developed four digital solutions that aim to fight online crime against children and young people.
What if our dreams and desires could remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere? Oliver Weglinski explores the future of the controversial technology in his thought-provoking grad project.