Yanki Lee, guest researcher at K3, will as a part of the AFM network do a full day workshop at the bottom floor at Niagara the 11th of December. The workshop allow participants to “drop in” (approximately 20-30 minutes) and it relates to immersion techniques and design for our “future selves”. The day after, 12th of December, we will follow up with a discussion during lunch in the K3-design studio (NIB0542).
Workshop (Pop-up Idea Store), Dec 11 at 9-16 (location: Communal Area on the Niagara Building).
Yanki Lee from Hong Kong, a visiting researcher at K3 this fall will design and operate an immersing experience to engage Malmo University communities to design for our future selves. Dr Lee is the co-founder of Enable Foundation, a non-profit social design agency, working on a government-funded design experiment with aim to train young design students to immerse themselves into old age and co-create with senior citizens to develop an alternative model for ageing innovation. A open lunch session will be hosted on Dec 12 (location: K3-Studio) to share the workshop findings and discuss immersive methodology in social innovation development.