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An installation view of Was ist Loos? in the Kunsthalle Wien. Photography by Jorit Aust.
15th October 2017

The GOOD List #36

This week’s helping of goodness is so good that it comes with a cherry on top.

Katie's GOOD news

Last week, during Vienna Design Week, Ineke Hans’s exhibition Was ist Loos? opened at the Kunsthalle Wien in Vienna. Disegno's editor-in-chief Oli Stratford interviewed Ineke for the exhibition's publication and it's a fascinating read. Ineke touches upon many points that I feel we're constantly asking ourselves in the office. How can education reflect and respond to societal changes and needs? What can a new table bring that all the existing ones can't? I loved reading this piece and it's nice to see your own concerns written so eloquently. | Read the interview on Disegno.

An installation view of Was ist Loos? in the Kunsthalle Wien.

Dorothy’s GOOD News

Yesterday lunchtime I read an article written by Lola Ogunyemni, the model who appeared in the controversial Dove advert. The campaign has garnered a lot of attention for appearing to show before and after images of a black woman taking off her t-shirt and transforming into a pale-skinned, red haired lady. I had not thought about the implications of the model behind the advert who, it transpires, did not know how the photographs would be used and was initially over the moon to be used in one of Dove's body positive campaigns. Lola feels that the images have been misinterpreted by the public due to misleading screenshots that quickly spread across social media. I found her article articulate and empowering. It is really important that her voice is part of the conversation. | Read the article.

Model, Lola Ogunyemi

Jess’s GOOD News

Ethnicity Facts and Figures is a new government website that provides a single place for people to access data and research about the UK population according to ethnicity  The launch of the website came with a small but positive warning from Theresa May: public services will have "nowhere to hide" if they treat people differently on the basis of their race. That’s good.

Ethnicity facts and figures for Culture and community looking at visits to the natural environment. Source: Ethnicity facts and figures

Amy’s GOOD News

I've been meaning to make The Kid Should See This my GOOD News for ages but keep forgetting. It's a website that collects videos that probably weren't made for kids, but should definitely be seen by kids. It’s exciting, smart, weird, funny and brilliant stuff for “curious minds of all ages.” I love it because all the videos are great, but also because it doesn't talk down to children. Instead, it joyfully shares the world and all its wonders with them. Check out these sleeping jellyfish or how gold leaf is made or fireflies sparkling in a Pennsylvania field at dusk and DEFINITELY this potassium volcano. | Subscribe here to get TKSST's top seven videos in your inbox every week.

One to show the kids later
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