In an unprecedented context, Azimuts has invited researchers to report on their work and reflections for this issue. Within and outside their usual frameworks and fields of investigation, they deliver sensible and critical documentation of an unresolved reality. The collection of those experiments about Covid-19 creates a corpus that models thoughts and analysis of this global experience, where everyday life seems both to depart from any common rule and to rely on radical principles.
Founded in 1991 by the first generation of design students-researchers, Azimuts will celebrate its thirtieth anniversary in 2021.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Ernesto Oroza, Editorial
(Apocalyptic) Letter of Introduction
We Have Lost our Connection with Nature. The Myth or the Fault of the Moderns?
Yann Philippe Tastevin
The Chronicle of a Conception.
Experimenting in a Crisis Situation
Conceiving the Storm
Open or Perish. Event report: the open publishing fest, between health emergency and publishing design
From: my-place to: our-place
Subject: a few words on the way
Interview of Émilie Girard
What Can the Museum Do During the Pandemic?
The Planet and the City
A Book for·by the Family
Varia · book reviews
Unfrozen · La Création en actes