15:43 – Jan 14. The shabby corner pub. The skinny pale lady in her 40ties is embarking on the challenge of eating a towering burger accompanied by a mountain of french fries – while the sharks yell into my ears “and the skinny people want what the fat people have”.
As an experiment, I collected post-it notes used in co-creative sessions on various topics for 6 months. Bound to a book, they are titled “world problem solving” compiling a body of work that is the binary of essential and useless. Design Thinking as the figurehead for processes that existed long before the term headlined is often becoming a showcase more than a necessity. As problems to differ but the answers often repeat themselves given the confinements of the process – “World problem solving” might as well contain all the answers we need.
Title : World Problem Solving
Year : 2015, Stockholm
Role : Design Thinker, Collector
Is : a collection
Should be : seen as an embodied thought
Will : be critiquing because we must