Whether we are dealing with products or scenarios, packaging or experiences, territories or digital platforms, design is never a thing but a process of change, invention and speculation that always has material, tangible implications that affect behaviours and lives.
Drawing on a range of contributors, case studies and examples, this book examines ways in which we can think about design through Deleuze, and how Deleuze's thought can be experimented upon and re-designed to produce new concepts. This book taps into the emerging networks between philosophy as an act of inventing concepts and design as the process of inventing the world.
Deleuze and Design
Edinburgh University Press
Education & Reference