MAS Context : Analog
On Saturday, October 21, 2017, MAS Context organized the fourth edition of MAS Context : Analog, our one-day event of talks, a film screening, and an onsite pop-up bookstore in Chicago. The event was organized as part of Chicago Design Week and it was hosted at The Joinery.
MAS Context : Analog gathered a group of emerging and established practitioners within the field of design who discussed their work based on four proposed themes: Food, Institution, Prototype, and Music. The event included talks by artists, architects, photographers, graphic designers, industrial designers, soil biogeochemical, and musician.
Charles Adler (Lost Arts)
Elizabeth Blasius (Blaservations) → Video of talk
Judith De Jong (De Jong Urban Projects) → Video of talk
Stewart Hicks (Design With Company) → Video of talk
Sean Lally (Architect)
Marcia Lausen (studio/lab) → Video of talk
Molly Meyer (The Roof Crop) → Video of talk
Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth (Parsons & Charlesworth)
John Pobojewski (Thirst)
Aaron Rodgers (Homeroom) and Angee Lennard (Spudnik Press Cooperative)
Micah Stanley (Lawton Stanley Architects) → Video of talk
Alisa Wolfson (Leo Burnett Department of Design)
MAS Context : Analog also included the screening of the 2017 short film “Starship Chicago” directed by Nathan Eddy. The documentary focuses on the 1985 State of Illinois Center / James R. Thompson Center designed by architect Helmut Jahn, a remarkable building facing an unknown fate.
MAS Context : Analog was proud to be part of Chicago Design Week. Chicago Design Week was a partnership between AIGA Chicago, the Chicago Design Museum, and the Society of Typographic Arts. For more information, please visit www.chicagodesignweek.com
We would like to thank The Joinery for hosting the event, and to the Graham Foundation for their continuous support. And of course, thank you so much to all the presenters and to all of you who attended the event. You can find a few photos of the event below. Photographs by Iker Gil and Enric Turull.
MAS Context, a quarterly journal created by MAS Studio, addresses issues that affect the urban context. Each issue delivers a comprehensive view of a single topic through the active participation of people from different fields and different perspectives who, together, instigate the debate.
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