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Author Discussion: Radical Matter at Tate Modern

Thursday, 6 September – 7:00pm Tate Modern, London, UK

Join Caroline Till, author of Radical Matter, as she brings together a group of material innovators and designers to discuss their practice and material samples.​

Entry cost is redeemable against a copy of Radical Matter when ticket is presented at the sales desk.

From dwindling planetary resources to a prevalent ‘take-make-discard’ model of consumption, design has helped nurture the seeds of environmental destruction, creating unprecedented levels of waste and new forms of material scarcity. In response to these challenges, designers, scientists and makers are creating original solutions and possibilities: pioneering new technologies, crossing disciplines and promoting collaboration.

For over 13 years, Caroline Till and Kate Franklin have been exploring the role of the designer and maker in shaping the sustainable future of the material world. This year, their research culminated in the new book Radical Matter, a wide-ranging compendium of the experimental approaches, new materials and revolutionary thinkers that are re-writing design convention and creating a blueprint for a new model of production and consumption.

Radical Matter

Rethinking Materials for a Sustainable Future Kate Franklin, Caroline Till Out of stock