The story of MEXICO 68 places design at the heart of global spectacle and popular dissent, revealing images and spaces as contested sites in struggles over collective futures.

MEXICO 68: Design and Dissent
September-November, 2018
Curator’s talk, November 16
Press: SF Chronicle, Remezcla

Fabien Cappello's Sillas Callejeras offers lessons in design and ingenuity from Mexico City.
Fabien Cappello: Sillas Callejeras/Street Chairs
University of California, Berkeley
March-May, 2019
Article, Anthropology, Design, and the Arts of Noticing

Experiments in design, science, and living in 1960s California.
Learning by Doing at the Farm:
Craft, Science, and Counterculture in Modern California

Exhibition, UC-Irvine Contemporary Art Center, 2013
Book, Soberscove and Graham Foundation, 2014

A semester of programs outlining design’s blind spots and exclusions and sharing thoughts on futures of belonging.

Exploring the shifting landscape of design in California since the digital revolution, this exhibition focuses on designs that are human-centered, socially conscious, and driven by new technological capacity.