Made Up: Design's Fictions
At a time when “fake news” is part of our daily cultural lexicon, Made Up: Design’s Fictions explores lies, fantasies, and other un-real scenarios as tools of design.
Through essays, interviews, and narratives by Bruce Sterling, Fiona Raby, Sam Jacob and other significant voices in the field, this volume questions the initial discourses around “design fiction”—a broad category of critical design that includes overlapping interests in science fiction, world building, speculation, and futuring.
Made Up: Design’s Fictions advances contemporary analysis and enactment of narrative and speculation as an important part of practice today.
With essays, interviews, and narratives by: Julian Bleecker, Benjamin H. Bratton, Anne Burdick, Emmet Byrne, Stuart Candy, Fiona Raby, Tim Durfee, Sam Jacob, Norman M. Klein, Peter Lunenfeld, Geoff Manaugh, Tom Marble, m-a-u-s-e-r, Metahaven, China Miéville, Keith Mitnick, MOS, Susanna Schouweiler, Bruce Sterling, and Mimi Zeiger
Edited by Tim Durfee and Mimi Zeiger
Designed by Benjamin Critton Art Dept.
Published by Actar and ArtCenter Graduate Press, 2017
Softcover, 108 pages, 1-color, 6.25 × 9.25 inches