This podcast by student board members Julia Kantelberg and Germaine van der Sanden explores the topic of waste from the perspective of a scientist, a design critic and an architect.
Alice Twemlow is a design curator, educator, event organiser and writer. She is co-head of the MA in Design Curating & Writing at Design Academy Eindhoven and was the founding chair of the SVA MA in Design Research, Writing & Criticism in New York, 2008-2016. Twemlow has a Ph.D from the History of Design program run jointly by the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal College of Art in London, and her book, Sifting the Trash: A History of Design Criticism in the US and the UK Since 1950, will be published by MIT Press in Spring 2017.
Tiwanee van der Horst
Tiwanee van der Horst is an architect, painter and thinker. She recently graduated in Architecture from the TU Delft with an honorable mention on the grounds of a research that provides new insights in the position of architecture in relation to the visual arts through developments in digital fabrication. Currently she is working on her new project -The City as Canvas-.
Jeroen Dagevos is Head of Programs at the Plastic Soup Foundation. Jeroen Dagevos is an environmental specialist working in the field of water for more than ten years now. He is specialized in water quality related issues and became involved in research and policy making objectives of marine litter.