‘A Flight Over the Tundra’: design exploration into the world of arctic nomads

Svetlana Usenyuk

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formExhibitionSolo art production

Abstract

The exhibition presents a travel diary of the first international fieldwork conducted by young designers/artists/researchers under the framework of my postdoctoral project ‘Visualizing Arctic Mobility’. The project explores the pivotal role of things as facilitators of people’s comfortable existence in extreme environment of the Arctic, and their importance in shaping a new sense of Human-Nature relationship. Work team: Antonina Belyaeva, Radmir Gelmutdinov and Ilya Polyanskikh, BA students, Industrial Design, Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts (USAAA), Russia; Nuno Escudeiro, film maker / videographer, Finland; Marjukka Vuorisalo, graphic artsist / design researcher, Aalto University, Finland
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013
MoE publication typeF1 Published independent work of art

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