Deem is a semi-annual independent magazine and online platform focused on design as a social practice.
Starting from the awareness that design is a process of adding value, as well as a fundamental shared experience, Deem questions what design can do for communities, creating transdisciplinary and intergenerational conversations.
Try to discover meaningful narratives, connections, and patterns that could help us better understand our stories and imagine our future.
Number of pages: 148
ISSUE 2 - IMAGINE EQUITY
The third issue of Deem magazine brings together a range of views on design for difference and is driven by a conversation between the Black Reconstruction Collective and the co-founders of Deem Nu Goteh and Alice Grandoit-Šutka. This twelve-voice dialogue explores how we can best understand equity as a complex design challenge that recognizes and takes into account disadvantages, harms and liabilities. With the architects, artists, designers and scholars of the BRC, we consider the significance of reconstruction, the relationship between equity and repair and the role of institutions in our visions for the future.