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RSD10: Playing with Tensions

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The RSD Symposium is the Systemic Design Association's annual academic conference featuring speakers, workshops, and paper presentations.

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Embracing new complexity, collaboration and contexts in systemic design

Complex systems do not lend themselves to simplification. Systemic designers have no choice but to embrace complexity, and in doing so, embrace opposing concepts and the resulting paradoxes. It is at the interplay of these ideas that they find the most fruitful regions of exploration.

The main conference theme explores design and systems thinking practices as mediators to deal fruitfully with tensions. Our human tendency is to relieve the tensions, and in design, to resolve the so-called “pain points.” But tensions reveal paradoxes, the sites of connection, breaks in scale, and the emergence of complexity. Can we embrace the tension, the paradoxes as valuable social feedback in our path to sustainable and just futures?

We invite you to come and play with tensions in systemic design at the forthcoming Relating Systems Thinking & Design (RSD10) symposium. This hybrid symposium will take place 2-6 November 2021 both online and at the Delft University of Technology.

Hybrid Conference Format

This event is organized as a combined online - hybrid event. The program on Thursday November 4th, 2021 will consist of a series of keynotes and plenary talks that will be livestreamed from TU Delft with a limited on campus audience of 75 people and access via the livestream for the online audience. All other parts of the program are scheduled as online sessions. The full program will be available on https://rsdsymposium.org

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RSD10 Session information such as short and long papers, systems maps, and speaker profiles are posted on RSDsymposium.org. Regional hosts organize RSD Symposia with the sanction, guidance and assistance of the SDA, a democratic membership organization registered in Norway.

RSD History

RSD started at AHO in Oslo in 2012. The series has the intention to promote and foster the emerging practices for and theory development of systemic design for service systems, social systems, policy development and complex contexts.

There are currently 673 articles catalogued on RSDsymposium.org, comprising a searchable repository of systemic design resources.

SAFETY DISCLAIMER FOR ON-CAMPUS ATTENDEES

As always, we are taking safety at our event seriously. The event organizers will set up the event in line with the measures against COVID-19 as implemented by the Dutch Government. Please practice social distancing at the event, wash your hands often, and do not attend the in-person portion if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or have recently been diagnosed with or had direct contact with a known or suspected COVID-19 case.

While we will be taking the utmost precautions to lessen the risks related to COVID-19 transmission, there are still risks associated with in-person meetings. We will not be responsible in any manner for any risks related to COVID-19 in connection with the RSD 10 symposium.

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With more than 2,000 students and a 350-strong research team, the TU Delft Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering is now one of the world's leading design schools. Industrial Design, popularly referred to as IDE, is speeding up its reputation thanks to its strong ties to business, government institutions and NGOs.

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