Best Demo Award for the Pluriversal Design Exhibition ‘A Virtual Decolonising Exhibition’ from our fellows Anne Chahine and Asnath Paula Kambunga

Great news from Aarhus! The Pluriversal Design Exhibition ‘A Virtual Decolonising Exhibition’ received the Best Demo Award at the 10th International Conference on Communities & Technologies 2021 ‘Wicked Problems in the Age of Tech’.

Congratulations to the POEM Fellows Anne Chahine and Asnath Paula Kambunga and POEM supervisors Rachel Charlotte Smith and Heike Winschiers-Theophilus who contributed to the collaborative internationalexhibition.

Furthermore, their paper on multiple perspectives to decolonising design into the Pluriversal Design Exhibition is now available online here.

More information on the virtual exhibition can be found here.


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