At the intersection of design and journalism, new approaches are being developed to provide essential information for a world that is bombarded with political, economic and social issues on a daily basis. The collection Introducing Designalism focuses on propagating these approaches.
Irene Stracuzzi, The Legal Status of Ice, 2017Image: Ronald Smits
Forensic Architecture is a research agency combining journalism with architecture. Bob Trafford is specialized in open source research, data mining and analysis.
In 2014 Eliot Higgins started Bellingcat, an British investigative journalism website that uses open source tools to expose the truth behind global news stories.
Jake Charles Rees
Jake Charles Rees is curator at C I J, the Centre for Investigative Journalism in London. He researches the possibilities of a crossover between art and journalism.
Look back our Designalism Event
Last month we organised Designalism: Design + Journalism i.c.w. Beeld en Geluid Den Haag. We are excited to let you know that the talk show is available now via YouTube.
Join our upcoming Live Talk Show
On June 9, ACED i.c.w. Beeld en Geluid Den Haag organises a live talk show, portraying frontrunners and innovations at the intersection of design, art and journalism.
Design Digger about Designalism
Design Digger is an online and offline platform with talk shows and website with news, interviews, columns about Dutch design.
AJ: Confluences in values, forms and practices
Stijn Postema and Mark Deuze have published a great paper on the confluence of art and journalism. Both scientists are involved in our aim to map this convergence.
Artistic Journalism at Dutch Design Week
An event with Koert van Mensvoort (Next Nature Network), Stijn Postema, Annet Henneman (Teatro di Nascosto), Robert Glas, Irene Stracuzzi and Coralie Vogelaar.