Deleuze and Design

Deleuze and Design

English | 2015 | ISBN: 0748691537, 0748691545 | 256 Pages | PDF | 1,2 MB

Whether we are dealing with products or scenarios, packaging or experiences, territories or digital platforms, design is never a thing but a process of change, invention and speculation that always has material, tangible implications that affect behaviours and lives.

Drawing on a range of contributors, case studies and examples, this book examines ways in which we can think about design through Deleuze, and how Deleuze's thought can be experimented upon and re-designed to produce new concepts. This book taps into the emerging networks between philosophy as an act of inventing concepts and design as the process of inventing the world.


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