11 March – 9 April 2016
Creative agency Six:Thirty presented Unread Messages at The Aram Gallery. This pioneering research and design project explores the ways in which technology affects how we think, act and behave.
Based on research by project partner Northstar, Unread Messages attempted to stimulate discussion amongst designers and the public around the social and ethical implications of current and future communication technologies.
The exhibition featured original digital, physical and interactive products designed to lead us towards a healthier relationship with devices and digital applications.
Six:Thirty worked with a group of international multidisciplinary designers to provide innovative responses to the question: how can we improve our mental wellbeing by changing our relationship with technology?
Participating designers: Dean Brown, Gaston Lisak, Takram London, Paul Macgregor, Matteo Loglio, Matan Stauber, Zanellato/Bortotto, Daniel Armengol Altayó.
Project website: unreadmessages.com
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