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EXHIBITION AND BOOK RELEASE

In contemporary design education the teacher often compose an assignment, and the student is asked to respond with a solution, project, or product. In the process that happens between the brief and the solution, learning takes place. But, all questions are charged with meaning, and every assignment contains its own ideas of what design education is and what it should be. Do you agree with the question you’re asked?
The book Taking a Line for a Walk brings attention to something that is often neglected: the assignment as a pedagogical element and verbal artefact of design education. We took part in the launching of the book in Copenhagen at Officin. With one of the many assignments included in the book as a starting point the students had produced posters asking the core question of the meaning and relevans of the assignment. 
Thanks to Nina Paim, Emilia Bergmark, and Corinne Gisel