Volker Albus (D)
Paola Antonelli (USA)
Thomas Bene (A)
Fréderic Beuvry (F)
Max Borka (B)
Torsten Bröhan (D)
Alison Clarke (UK/A)
Erica Clark (USA)
Gerti Draxler (A)
Christian Gärnter (D)
Kostantin Grcic (D)
Harald Gründl (A)
Guta Moura Guedes (P)
Gerhard Heufler (A)
Didier Krzentowski (F)
Joris Laarman (NL)
Herbert Lachmayer (A)
Hans Maier-Aichen (D)
Peter Noever (A)
Paolo Piva (I/A)
Leonid Rath (A)
Julian Riess (A)
August Ruhs (A)
Kerstin Scheuch (MEX)
Petra Schmidt (D)
Jerszy Seymour (D)
Robert Stadler (F)
Pierre Staudenmeyer (F)
Robert Thiemann (NL)
Patricia Urquiola (I)
Christian Witt-Dörring (A)

Alison Clarke  
Professor, Chair Design History and Theory,
University of Applied Arts Vienna, (A)
Alison Clarke (*1966) studied design history and has a PhD in Social Anthropology and Material Culture. She has been Professor of Design History and Theory at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna since 2003. The focal points of her research work are design, social anthropology and material culture. She has held guest lecturing positions at Chelsea College of Art / Central St. Martins School of Art & Design, London and senior faculty positions at the University of Brighton, University of Southampton and the Royal College of Art, London. She is also co-editor of Home Cultures: the Journal of Architecture, Design and Domestic Space, berg publishers, London, as an author the works she has published include Tupperware: the Promise of Plastic in 1950s America, Smithsonian Institution Press (1999). In the BBC2 television programme Home Alison Clark looks at the human elements of style as shown in British homes and at the design advances made in that country.


In dialogues with:  
Fréderic Beuvry
Christian Witt-Dörring

Time schedule:  
MO 09.10., 03:30-04:20 pm
Studio A (english)
The Time its Design, the Design its Freedom

MO 09.10., 05:30-07:00 pm
Discussion panel with Q&A

TU 10.10., 13:30-14:20 am
Studio B (english)
custom-made for every age

TU 10.10., 05:30-07:00 pm
Discussion panel with Q&A