Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Design Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Design. Hertzian Tales. Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience’ and Critical Design. Anthony Dunne. The MIT Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts. London, England. Reading “Hertzian Tales by Anthony Dunne was quite interesting as it echoed with some other readings/feelings/discussions. Although the.
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And it is through the medium of electronic products that new urban experiences are provided. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The cultural speculations and conceptual design proposals in Hertzian Tales are not utopian visions or blueprints; instead, they embody a critique of present-day practices, “mixing criticism with optimism.
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Certainly food for thoughts about critical design that I need to integrate in my work and connect to foresight research. Hertzian Tales explores the role electronic products might play in the aesthetic inhabitation of a rapidly dematerialising, ubiquitous and intelligent environment. Designers of electronic products, writes Anthony Dunne in Hertzian Talesmust begin to think more broadly about the aesthetic role of electronic products in everyday life.
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