Flattening two curves: university in times of climate crisis and corona pandemic.
The Klimaschau shows the range of potential that could be tapped during the Klimasemester in summer 2020 at the University of Applied Sciences in order to collectively address the challenges of the climate crisis and develop transdisciplinary approaches and sustainable actions for the here and now.
Stones that calculate – materiality in the post-digital world
Design for Future – Conception of the Transformation Design Kit
Seeing Green – Design practices of environmental and climate protection
Education for Sustainable Development
Arctic climate quiz – Tracking down data, misinformation and (political) decision-making processes
Critical Zones – Observatories for Earthly Politics. Seminar on the exhibition at the ZKM Karlsruhe
Climate-neutral printing – Studies on the topic of climate-neutral printing
Ain’t that good news – Designing a visual newspaper section
Nutrition, climate and environmental protection
Stranger Living – Are Dumb Cities the New Smart Cities?
Educational architecture – Participation in school building construction
Nuances and polarities of colours
Automated Stroll – Urban, design and strolling workshop
Resilience and transformation of urban structures
WIND : ENERGY
Open MaaS L.A.B.S. @Futurium – Developing mobility in an open and socially relevant way
Graphic Kites – A Manual For Wind
Tipping Points – Visual experiments on disruptive climate system changes due to global warming
Rebel For Future – Holistic communication design
Fragile, beautiful and slimy: jellyfish – a typographic study
Searching for Climate Justice
Future Reflections – modular concepts for sustainable luminaires
The Senses Toolkit
Credits – Klimaschau
Pitch your Green Idea – The sustainable entrepreneurship game
Species to Species Services
Resource optimisation in construction – Motivation and example
Campus Climate Gardens
Some Magazine #10 Fire – A Magazine between Art and Design
Climate semester and scientific research
Prototyping Reality – spatial & contextsensitive interfaces
The Last One: Little Penguins Journey – Seminar: Interactive Narratives
We’re on it! Project “safe the world”
Planetary Scrollytelling – Visual data essays about system earth
Talk: Technical challenges for sustainable energy supply in cities
The course participants filtered concise topics and headings and discussed them in small working groups. Each group then condensed a chosen topic, reduced it to the most important points and presented the problem in a creative way. At the same time, ideas and recommendations for overcoming or reducing the problem were developed and presented. The presented contents should be based on scientific discussions and verifiable facts which serve as a reference.
A short thesis consisting of seven points was written for each theme: Topic/headline, short description of the problem, causes, solutions, ideas & recommendations, facts/references and intended form of realization, which were presented to the course group via video.
The type of presentation and realisation was freely selectable (print, film, 3D model), but the result had to be comprehensible for an external observer.