Conference & Events

10 October 2023

Special Issue of the 2022 DHS annual conference 'Design and Transience' now published

We are pleased to announce that a Special Issue on the theme of the 2022 DHS annual conference 'Design and Transience' hosted by IZTECH, Izmir, Turkey, has now been published online by Res Mobilis.

Read the full issue here

Table of contents:

Editorial Preface: Contemporary Histories of Design and Transience (Bahar Emgin, Kıvanç Kılınç, Ayça Tunç Cox, Zeynep Ata)

What to make out of loss: exploring the missing textile collection of the National Museum of Cambodia (Magali An Berthon)

Important notice addressed to the community of Res Mobilis readers (Dirección de Res Mobilis)

Transience and the modern Turkish interior: Transience as a challenge in modern interiors in Turkey (Deniz Hasirci, Zeynep Tuna Ultav, Umut Sumnu)

Transient yet Settled: The Rooms for Tuberculosis Patients in Turkish Sanatoria (Cansu Degirmencioglu, Deniz Avci Hosanli)

A Computational Interface Design to Reenact the Transitory Moments of the Izmir International Fair (Daniele Savasta, Elif Kocabıyık Savasta, Emre Gönlügür)

An attempt to read the change in aesthetics through Deleuze: IAA and SANART aesthetic congresses (Saadet Kök, İpek Akpınar)

Transience as a design challenge: Italian radical narratives about the role of design processes in/for the incorporeal transformations of cities (1969-1974) (Elena Maria Formia, Valentina Gianfrate, Elena Vai)

Dona Folô’s clothing: a non-free Creole, who carried jewelry and fine fabrics (Maria do Carmo Madu, Ana Cláudia Castilho Barone)

The fluid futures of multi-layered histories: many lives of North Brother Island, New York City (Meriç Erdoğan)

Designing permanence under duress: precarity and preservation of heritage in Ukraine
(Jennifer L. McHugh)

Quimantú: When a Political Emergency and Rapid Social Transformation Shape an Editorial Project (Pedro Alvarez Caselli)


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