Northeastern’s Center for Design (CfD) recently hosted Discontinuity: Politics of the Everyday in the Post-Pandemic Phase with Ezio Manzini. The digital talk, which attracted more than 100 guests, offered examples of social innovation that show how, even in these difficult times, a better kind of society is possible. Manzini drew from his most recent book, Politics of the Everyday, which asserts that by bringing autonomy and collaboration together, it is possible to develop new forms of design intelligence, for our own good, for the good of the communities we are part of, and for society as a whole.
The lecture, including a lively Q+A session, is available to watch below.
This event was CfD lecture 02 in an ongoing series. For more information on the event and Ezio Manzini, please click here.