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Title: UD filmfestival
ContributorCurator: Herssens, Jasmien
STRICKFADEN, Megan
Kapedani, Ermal
ContributorAdviser: Berben, Jo
Devlieger, Patrick
Jammaers, Eline
Dujardin, Marc
Froyen, Hubert
Iglesias, Elizabet
Barrett, Aerlan
Keywords: film, diversity, inclusion, design, universal design
Issue Date: 2016
Start Date: 2016-10-12
Review Discipline: design en architectuur
Research Context: The films shown represent different kinds of abilities, disabilities, inclusion and exclusion through designed things and environments. The aim of this film screening and panel presentation is to question, critique and celebrate how designed things and dynamic environments enable, support, alienate or disrupt people’s behaviours, interactions and relationships.
Description: During the UDweek 2016 there was a Universal Design film screening and panel presentation that reflected upon architecture and the built environment by means of users. Through the films we explored three distinct themes: diversity of users and use in the world, the relevance of Universal Design, and the opportunities of Universal Design. This is accomplished through examples of various urban places in the Netherlands, Belgium, China, Finland, the USA and Canada. The films shown represent different kinds of abilities, disabilities, inclusion and exclusion through designed things and environments. The aim of this film screening and panel presentation is to question, critique and celebrate how designed things and dynamic environments enable, support, alienate or disrupt people’s behaviours, interactions and relationships.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/23337
Link to publication: http://www.designforall.be/ud-week-hasselt-2016/events/ud-film-festival/
Category: AOR
Type: Artistic/designerly creation
Appears in Collections: Artistic/designerly creations

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