20:00 - 21:30
Pakhuis De Zwijger
Ninety Minutes of Frame returns to Amsterdam's Pakhuis de Zwijger for its fifth edition on Thursday, 18 December. Nearly one year after Ninety Minutes made its debut, Frame invites you to celebrate this exciting milestone with an evening dedicated to design built to stand the test of time. Everlasting relevance may be an implied goal of every design endeavour, but are creators truly successful? Future Proof will dissect the role design must take on to satisfy society's shifting needs.
International spatial design magazine Frame takes centre stage with an engaging speaker series Ninety Minutes of Frame, a live version of the magazine.
Design and Architecture Critic
Jeroen Junte is one of the Netherlands' leading authorities on design and architecture. As well as frequently contributing to Frame, Junte writes for other major publications such as de Volkskrant, Het Financieële Dagblad and Het Nieuwe Instituut's Design.nl.
Junte is also the editor of many books including Dutch Design in the 21st century and Dit is Design.
New York Times and Frieze columnist, Alice Rawsthorn is a renowned pillar in the field of design. A regular on the public speaking circuit, Rawsthorn contributes to a number of important events worldwide as well serving on numerous cultural juries. Rawsthorn's acclaimed book 'Hello World: Where Design Meets Life' is a panoramic exploration of the design's past, present and future influence on our lives.www.alicerawsthorn.com
Intrigued by pop culture, folk art, pound shops, the bizarre, and other people's junk, Anna Lomax works as art director and set designer on everything from small still lifes to large installations, using a range of media. Lomax was born and bred in South London, studied illustration at Brighton University and currently works from her base in East London. In the past, Lomax has worked with the likes of Nike, Vogue and Selfridges.www.annalomax.com
Chloé Rutzerveld is a food and concept designer based in Eindhoven. A recent graduate of the Eindhoven University of Technology, Rutzerveld uses food as a medium to address, communicate and discuss social, cultural or scientific issues. Her most recent project Edible Growth investigates the possibilities of producing healthy food with high tech processes.www.chloerutzerveld.com
Dr. Koert van Mensvoort is an artist and philosopher best known for his work on the philosophical concept of Next Nature, which revolves around the idea that our technological environment has become so complex, omnipresent and autonomous that it is best perceived as a nature of its own. It is his aim to better understand our co-evolutionary relationship with technology and help set out a track towards a future that is rewarding for both humankind and the planet at large. Van Mensvoort is the author of numerous books and publications and director of the Next Nature network, an Amsterdam based think and design tank on the changing relation between people, nature and technology.www.mensvoort.com
|20:00||Intro | Jeroen Junte|
|20:05||Keynote | Alice Rawsthorn|
|20:35||Claim to Frame | Chloé Rutzerveld|
|20:50||Visual Column | Anna Lomax|
|21:05||Research | Koert van Mensvoort|