2019 Critical design for start ups

Teaching module that uses critical design and design intervention for start up companies to question the ethics, value proposition and essence of a business idea. Often involving business ideas meant for apps to be explored in essence through physical artifacts, causing the students to both question social responsibilities in what the service they propose actually …

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2018 Critical Design & Visual Communication

Working from the theme ‘VR Headset’ the students explored personal issues using critical design theory and maker lab techniques for making artifacts, which they then used in public design interventions. Partners: Kea – School for design and technology, BA Design & Business students. Teachers: Jesper Balslev & Jeremy Walton

2017 Critical Design & Visual Communication

Working from the theme ‘Guitar’ the students explored personal issues using critical design theory and maker lab techniques for making artifacts, which they then used in public design interventions. Partners: Kea – Copenhagen School for Design and Technology, BA Design & Business students. Teachers: Jesper Balslev & Jeremy Walton

2016 IBOS – User driven design Module

Teaching module using user driven design methods to gain insight into partially sighted participants, focusing on the interest point of motion. Student groups were each paired up with a partially sighted participant affording the students in-depth time to observe and understand the participants life in relation to motion. We focused the students towards establishing insights, …

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2016 Critical Design & Visual Communication

Working from the theme ‘Hammer’ the students explored personal issues using critical design theory and maker lab techniques for making artifacts, which they then used in public design interventions. Partners: Kea – School for design and technology, BA Design & Business students. Teachers: Jesper Balslev & Jeremy Walton

Untitled Bent Bars – Exploring the meaning of making, together with prison inmates

Exploration into ‘Aligned Production’, a production process in flow by Jeremy Walton 2012. Project partners: The Institution at Herstedvester Dissemination: SE-design 2012. Sculptural furniture. Thorvaldsens Museum, Copenhagen. I’ve been bending bars together with inmates working in the metal workshop at The Institution at Herstedvester in Copenhagen. Exploring what gives meaning to the maker. Trying to work out a production …

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Line Drawings 0007. Participatory exploration predicts the final form. Within a room, a technical drawing of a chair and ceiling lamp is laid out on the side walls and the back wall using hooks.

Design by Claus Bjerre, Ditte Hammerstrøm and Jeremy Walton. 2006.
Honey I’m Home exhibition, Danish Design Centre, 2006.
Within a room, a three sided technical drawing of a chair and ceiling lamp is laid out on the side walls and the back wall using hooks. String is then used to draw within the space and the possibilities laidout by the original 2d drawing.