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SDM Design & Ethics series #3: How does design and spirituality relate?

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Henry & the Fox

525 Little Collins Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000

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Advocates in sustainability argue various interpretations of spirituality as an ethical perspective, a meaning-seeking path and an intimacy with the divineness of the natural world, which has significant implication in reorienting damaging consequences of modernity. Yet, spirituality has been an absent presence and a tricky topic to discuss in design, partly by its history in northern Europe where spirituality was politically, socially and culturally eroded in the rise of scientific methods, technology innovation and industrial modernization. We have invited Associate Professor Ingo Karpen from RMIT University who teaches Design Thinking, Strategy and Service Management in the Graduate School of Business & Law, to discuss how our re-orientation to spirituality could invoke substantive change in design to redress many imbalances of the contemporary world.

To keep this a safe and intimate engamgent, as usual, only 15 spots are available, so first come best dressed. So if you have successfully booked and can't make it, please-please-please release your ticket so others can come instead of you. We usually have a long waiting list of keen participants!

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