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MOME+ Angewandte Collaboration

co-ABILITY Design Practises

Matter and Mind in Disability

As a part of a specific University Educational Program series of courses was launched from 2017 to 2020 evolving in a ‘generative’ manner from an initial smaller-scale idea responding flexibly to life-like effects in the following years. This semester-long university course developed in cooperation with lecturers of the University of Applied Arts Vienna (DIE ANGEWANDTE) and Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest (MOME), funded by the Austro-Hungarian Foundation for Action; Budapest, Hungary.

The students that participated were in Bachelor or Master degree studies and derived from the departments of Art Sciences and Art Education, Social
Design, Arts as Urban Innovation (DIE ANGEWANDTE) and Design and Art, Product Design (MOME).

Interdisciplinary work of students of two universities; design experiments between design and science with the focus on different abilities of an individual and cooperation among entities.

In collaboration with Csillagház Elementary School,, operating in the 3rd district in Budapest, performs the education and teaching of children with multiple disabilities

Students works do not solely show new objects or design products, but interim results of research questions by design practice and design elements.

Group photo through a Posthuman game made by Fanni Czanik.

Sensitivity Training organized by Csillaghaz Elementary School Special Educators.

Students could explore with lived experience and bodily exchanges with objects tools ability questions. Researched the correlation between art, design, and science by focusing on deconstructing the contemporary norms in society while examining cultural and experimental
interpretations of abilities and disabilities. The objective of the course was to change the perspectives on disability and become familiar with its values and positive advantages by using methods of co-Ability studies (Dezső, 2019). ‘The understanding of co-Ability is grounded in the posthumanist philosophy and in the critical disability studies outlined by scholars such as Rosi Braidotti (2013; 2017); McRuer (2016); Goodley (2014; 2017); Goodley & Lawthom (2009); Campbell (2012); Wolfe (2009). This term applies to the relational matter of our world.’ (Dezső, 2019)

Co-Lecturers

Moholy Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME):
Dezső-Dinnyés Renáta | Doctoral researcher and Assistant lecturer at Design and Art department MOME
Kövér Dóra Rea | Design and Art department MOME

University of Applied Arts Vienna (ANGEWANDTE):
Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. Mag. art. Ruth Mateus-Berr

Participating University students

Moholy Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME):
Carcass James, Czanik Fanny Fruzsina, Maczák Gabriella,
Piskóti László Barnabás, Rázsó István Márk, Török Sára Eszter

University of Applied Arts Vienna (ANGEWANDTE):
Sophie Bösker, Lisa Ebenstein, Julia Fromm, Anetta Luberda,
Christina Weiler

To deconstruct the contemporary normative perspective related to inequality the key is to disconnect the stigma attached to the term. “The notion of disability is enigmatic, even confusing because the term ‘disability’ itself has negative connotations, given the prefix ‘dis’ meaning ‘absence’ or ‘negation’” Mitra (2018: 9). Mitra, one of the most respected and committed development economists working on disability, argues entitled, and her work replaces rhetoric with detailed evidence and critique. She argues for the interactional model of disability based on Nobel-prize winner (1998) Amartya Sen’s capability approach.

The capability approach has been used to deal with different disability-related issues by the American philosopher Martha Nussbaum (2006), and economist Amartya Sen (2009) who engages against inequality. Both refer to nearly all global goals to which world leaders agreed to create a better world by 2030 (Global Goals 2015), especially to Goal 10: It calls for reducing inequalities in income as well as those based on age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or another status within a country. The Goal also addresses inequalities among countries, including those related to representation, migration and development assistance. Sen (2009; Mitra 2018: 10–11) focuses on the type of life that people are able to live, e.g. on their practical opportunities, called capabilities.

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