Ethical reflection through art, experience and interaction - 14 October - 16 December 2015
The works presented are the result of a series of workshops initiated by Shannon Spruit and Zoë Robaey of the Philosophy of Technology group of TU Delft. In these workshops, TU Delft students met with local artists and philosophers with the goal of producing a visual work reflecting ethical aspects of their future work and/or the role of technology in society. Visual Communication advisor Annick Spoelstra coached the students and helped them develop and fine-tune their objects.
This exhibition is the result of a co-creation process with Top Delft, the curating help of Marion Vredeling of the TU Delft Library and of Harry Hoek of the Public Library of Rotterdam.
Students exposing their work:
Damar Aji Pramudita
Nadja Den Besten
Laura Zambelli Sessona
Harry Hoek (Public Library Rotterdam)
Marion Vredeling (TUD Library)
Jan van der Heul
In the past, the inspiration came from the content of the books themselves. Today things are different, partly as a result of digitisation. So as a library, we’re now thinking about how we can use other means, other content and other forms to bring that same old sense of inspiration, but in a modern way. This is the basis of what we want to show: that we can also provide people with information in other ways.― Wilma van Wezenbeek, Director TU Delft Library