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Wolanska, Anna (2011) In Diploma work IDEM01 20111
Industrial Design
Abstract (Swedish)
Humans have developed a system
of mass production just recently if
you compare to Nature’s industry,
which has dealt with if for about 3,8
billion years. In some aspects these
two systems do not follow the same
rules even though we share the
same location.
Move on is a project that mainly
rases the fact that some human
products live too long for their
made purpose. Life is a state that
also includes death and moving
on in various ways by being of use
in a constant flow on earth. Living
too long for one’s purpose means
that the material in question will be
unused for a long time before it is
circulated again leaving lesser and
lesser material in a constant flow.
And maybe evolution created us in
this way, so we might... (More)
Humans have developed a system
of mass production just recently if
you compare to Nature’s industry,
which has dealt with if for about 3,8
billion years. In some aspects these
two systems do not follow the same
rules even though we share the
same location.
Move on is a project that mainly
rases the fact that some human
products live too long for their
made purpose. Life is a state that
also includes death and moving
on in various ways by being of use
in a constant flow on earth. Living
too long for one’s purpose means
that the material in question will be
unused for a long time before it is
circulated again leaving lesser and
lesser material in a constant flow.
And maybe evolution created us in
this way, so we might say that ‘our
products are just a result of human
nature’. But what is also of interest
is our behaviour with some of these
products and, do we really perceive
our items in the same way as the
rest of natures produced items?
Since we are only too, a species.
ABSTRACT
A journey that went from analysing
the meaning and beauty of death
and other moving on-phases in
nature while seeing what it is
that makes us accept nature's
constructions more than our own
products. Could we learn anything
from this? Knowledge-disturbing
and visual-disturbing elements
with our litter were dealt with
while working my self backwards
at a past-present-future timeline,
ending it off with a set of genetic
codings (important factors) which
later gave birth to infinite new
product concepts. Three of those
were in the end made to show an
example of the concept Moving on. (Less)
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author
Wolanska, Anna
supervisor
organization
course
IDEM01 20111
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
publication/series
Diploma work
report number
LUT-DVIDE/ EX--11/50147—SE
ISSN
ISRN
language
English
id
2167634
date added to LUP
2011-09-27 16:46:06
date last changed
2011-09-27 16:46:06
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  abstract     = {Humans have developed a system
of mass production just recently if
you compare to Nature’s industry,
which has dealt with if for about 3,8
billion years. In some aspects these
two systems do not follow the same
rules even though we share the
same location.
Move on is a project that mainly
rases the fact that some human
products live too long for their
made purpose. Life is a state that
also includes death and moving
on in various ways by being of use
in a constant flow on earth. Living
too long for one’s purpose means
that the material in question will be
unused for a long time before it is
circulated again leaving lesser and
lesser material in a constant flow.
And maybe evolution created us in
this way, so we might say that ‘our
products are just a result of human
nature’. But what is also of interest
is our behaviour with some of these
products and, do we really perceive
our items in the same way as the
rest of natures produced items?
Since we are only too, a species.
ABSTRACT
A journey that went from analysing
the meaning and beauty of death
and other moving on-phases in
nature while seeing what it is
that makes us accept nature's
constructions more than our own
products. Could we learn anything
from this? Knowledge-disturbing
and visual-disturbing elements
with our litter were dealt with
while working my self backwards
at a past-present-future timeline,
ending it off with a set of genetic
codings (important factors) which
later gave birth to infinite new
product concepts. Three of those
were in the end made to show an
example of the concept Moving on.},
  author       = {Wolanska, Anna},
  issn         = {ISRN},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {Diploma work},
  title        = {Move On},
  year         = {2011},
}