Monday • 6.00 – 7.00 pm • Fall 2019
Level 2, Room 202, 370 Jay St
Monday Sept 30th
Director, Transdisciplinary Design MFA, Parsons
Jamer Hunt collaboratively designs open and flexible programs for participation that respond to emergent cultural conditions. He is the Vice Provost for Transdisciplinary Initiatives at The New School, where he was founding director (2009-2015) of the graduate program in Transdisciplinary Design at Parsons School of Design. He is also Visiting Design Researcher at the Institute of Design in Umea, Sweden.
Jamer’s talk at NYU covered his research on designing at and for different scales, and what designers could learn from seeing and interpreting the world at different scales. His upcoming book on scale and complex systems, Not to Scale: How the Small becomes Large, the Large becomes Unthinkable, and the Unthinkable becomes Possible, will be published by Grand Central Publishing in March 2020/
Monday Nov 11th
Chief Flow Officer at PraxisFlow, a consultancy that helps organizations take a systems level view of their work.
Monday Nov 25th
Artist and researcher.
Technology Fellow in the Ford Foundation’s Creativity and Free Expression program