Chinese Dream is a graphic novel based on the experience of Zhiwen Tang’s father. Having contributed to the construction industry for more than 40 years, his father witnessed China’s transition from the post-Maoist era to ‘Socialism with Chinese Characteristics’.
Neurogastronomy is a set of tools to support the cognitive behavioural therapy for othorexia nervosa, a seemingly paradoxical eating disorder in which sufferers restrict their diet based not on quantity of food but on quality.
The Dementia Simulator provides a way to experience a variety of the disease’s symptoms, not only engaging empathy but also offering the user a route to reflect practically on future care.
Independent Labour explores a future scenario in which National Health Service is fully privatised and people have to pay for services at the point of use. The project provides the provocative Birth Box with all the instruments and instructions you need to fully prepare and give birth unaided at home.
until 29 October 2016
curated by Tricia Austin, Stephen Beddoe, Caroline Broadhead, Hywel Davies, Paul De’Ath, Melanie Dodd, Simon Fraser, Kieren Jones, Peter Hall, Andreas Lang, Anne Marr, Chris New, Ulrike Oberlack, Anthony Quinn, Nick Rhodes, Rebecca Ross, Anne Smith, Jeremy Till, Willie Walters
London Design Festival 2016
Lethaby Gallery and Windows Galleries
Central Saint Martins, London