Design in Quarantine was founded in April of 2020 in order to document and preserve in real-time design responses to the Coronavirus pandemic. Inspired by the technique of rapid-response curation in museums, the digital collection of this archive is a real-time example of changing research methods in light of recent events.
In this session of the DHS Student Forum, Fleur and Anna will talk about how Design in Quarantine has developed since April, its operation as a digital archive, and how to contribute. Their presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
Design in Quarantine has recently been awarded the DHS Virtual Design History Student Award. Visit the project's website at designinquarantine.com