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•Stigmergy•Family•Studio• is part of the 2018 first year Social Design Master at Design Academy Eindhoven.

Designed and mentored by Martina Muzi, •Stigmergy•Family•Studio• is an experimental pedagogical format taking its name from three different social systems (stigmergy/network, family/business, studio/school) which have been structuring biological, educational and labour platforms over time and place and at different scales.

With an eye for the fundamentals and contemporary modes of creative businesses and their flows — visible and invisible, private and public, material and immaterial, shared and sold, hot and marginal, legal and illegal — it looks at the transnational lines connecting global production ecosystems, their digital and physical market places and their design components, pieces and materials available.

As observers and collectors the studio agents travel virtually through Alibaba IP addresses, physically between the Istanbul networked factories and is building a temporary base in Tac Eindhoven.

Content and photography by the agents of •Stigmergy•Family•Studio•

Web design and code by Ed Lewis.

•Stigmergy•Family•Studio•
1.0
Turkish tourism will see full recovery in 2018: Culture Minister Kurtulmuş. Barçın Yinanç, 2018
1.1
De neven van Eus - The cousins of Eus. 2017
1.5
Reisadvies Turkije Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken - Travel advice Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1.6
Turkish court orders release of German journalist
2.0
The Tyranny of Structurelessness - An organizationalist repudiation of anarchism, Review by Jason McQuinn
2.7
Give Up Activism. Andrew X
2.8
Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Scene 3. Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, 1975
2.9
Scissors and Glue: Punk Fanzines and the Creation of a DIY Aesthetic. Teal Triggs
2.10
A User’s Guide to Détournement. Guy Debord and Gil J. Wolman
2.12
Airwars - democratic 'anarchic' research
2.13
New World Summit--Rojabva. Jonas Staal
2.14
How Turkey's Erdogan First Came to Power. Lily Rothman
3.0
Global Tools 1973-1975. Valerio Borgonuovo and Silvia Francheschini
3.1
Design for the Real World, Human Ecology and Social Change. Victor Papanek, 1971
3.2
Nelly Ben Hayoun Studios launches University of the Underground - a readical rethink of design eduction. Nelly Ben Hayoun, 2017
3.3
The Time for Questions. Gaetano Pesce, 1996
3.4
Remodelling design as co-creation in the era of globalisation. Katherine Moline
3.5
Legacy of Historical Design Collectives in Contemporary Experimental Design: a Case Study of Global Tools and Digestion. Katherine Moline
3.6
Global Tools 1973-1975: Towards an Ecology of Design. SALT Beyoğlu, 2014
4.0
Hacking with Chinese Characteristics: The Promises of the Maker Movement against China’s Manufacturing Culture. Silvia Lindtner, 2015
4.1
Nomadic Furniture 3.0 - New Liberated Living?
4.2
Making and Tinkering - A review of the Literature. Shirin Vossoughi and Bronwyn Beven, 2014
4.3
Making It: Pick up a spot welder and join the revolution. Evgeny Morozov, 2014
4.4
Hacking the environment: Bringing biodiversity hardware into the open. Ed Baker, 2014
4.5
“China is a dream scenario for a designer” - Michael Young. Marcus Fairs, 2012
4.6
The Maker Movement that was born in the USA has taken on Chinese characteristics. Mary Kay Magistad. 2016
4.10
Ernesto Oroza chronicle’s Cubans’ unique relationship with industrial design in the face of isolation from global trade. Ernesto Oroza, Issue 3
4.11
Shanzhai: China’s Collaborative Electronics-Design Ecosystem. Silvia Lindtner, Anna Greenspan and David Li, 2014
4.12
Shenzhen: The Silicon Valley of Hardware. Wired, 2016
5.0
Inside China’s Plans for World Robot Domination. Bloomberg News, 2017
5.4
Apple 'failing to protect Chinese factory workers'. Richard Bilton, BBC Panorama, 2014
5.5
A world without work is coming – it could be utopia or it could be hell. Ryan Avent, The Guardian, 2016
5.6
Amazon plans for giant airship warehouses revealed. The Guardian, 2016
5.7
Amazon planning to use drones to drop parcels by parachute. Alex Hern, The Guardian, 2017
5.14
U.S., Europe Warn China on Toy Safety. China Digital Times, 2008
5.15
Fake it till you make it: China’s counterfeit craze…. Nicole Webb, 2013
5.16
R.U.R Rossum's Universal Robots. Karel Čapek, 1920
5.17
Technological Dream Series: No.1, Robots. Dunne & Raby, 2007
5.18
Post-Labouratory. Ottonie Roeder, 2017
5.19
Why Are China and India Growing So Fast? State Investment. John Ross, Huffington Post, 2016/17
6.0
A Home is not a House. Reyner Banham and François Dallegret, 1965
6.1
Habiter La Ville - To Live The City. Ugo La Pietra
6.2
Mon Oncle. Jacques Tati, 1958
6.3
Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges-Pompidou. Renzo Piano, Richard Rogers and Gianfranco Franchini, 1977
6.4
Whitechapel Gallery retrospective of its exhibition ‘This is Tomorrow’. Review by Siofra McSherry, 2010
6.5
The House of the Future That Wasn't. Lisa Scanlon,MIT Technology Review, 2005
6.6
Smart home visions through the ages: The history of home automation. Dan Sung, The Ambient, 2018
6.7
The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard. Review by Joan Ockman, Havard Design Magazine, No.6
6.8
Houses of the Future. Jurjen Zeinstra, Oase #32
6.9
The One Room Apartment. Robin Middleton, AA-Files #4, 1983
6.10
Tiny House Movement
7.0
A Briefing on the Distributed Adaptive Message-Block Network. Paul Baran, RAND Corperation, 1965
7.1
Meet the People Building Their Own Internet in Detroit. Motherboard, 2017
7.2
Free The Network: Hackers Take Back the Web. Motherboard, 2012
7.3
Policy Brief: Network Neutrality. Internet Society, 2015
8.0
Physical Internet
8.1
Lucy. Luc Besson, 2014
8.2
The Robot is Coming. Port of Rotterdam, 2016
8.9
WTF is The Blockchain? Mohit Mamoria, Hacker Noon, 2017
8.10
The Next Security Risk May Be Your Vibrator. Arthur Rizer and Amie Stepanovich, Wired, 2017
8.11
If Your Vibrator Is Hacked, Is It a Sex Crime? Claire Lampen, Gizmodo, 2017
8.12
How blockchain technology could transform the food industry. Sylvain Charlebois, The Conversation, 2017
8.13
2015 Free Shipping Adult Home Slipper WiFi Slipper Shoes. AliExpress
8.14
How Oxfam became the rising star of UK's online fashion industry. Helen Pidd and Zoe Wood, The Guardian, 2018
8.15
The hidden pollution of the internet. France 24 English, 2017
8.16
Containers for the Physical Internet: requirements and engineering design related to FMCG logistics. Christian Landschützer, Florian Ehrentraut and Dirk Jodin, 2015
8.17
Materialising the Internet. MU Artspace Eindhoven, 2017
8.18
Rise of the machines: who is the ‘internet of things’ good for? Adam Greenfield, The Guardian, 2017
9.0
Amazon Noir. Dunne & Raby, 2006
9.1
The Media Equation: How People Treat Computers, Television, and New Media Like Real People and Places. Byron Reeves and Clifford Nass, 1996
9.2
Videodrome. David Conenberg, 1983
9.3
Entrevista a Matali Crasset. IED Madrid, 2009
10.0
The Pirate Book. Nicolas Maigret & Maria Roszkowska, 2015
10.4
Architecture of Necessity, Technological Disobedience. Ernesto Oroza, 2009
10.5
The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. Walter Benjamin, 1936
10.6
Gun enthusiasts release open-source kits for 3D-printed Wiki Weapons. Emilie Chalcraft, Dezeen, 2012
10.7
Dread Pirate Roberts 2.0: An interview with Silk Road’s new boss. Ken Klippenstein, Ars Technica, 2014
10.8
Ross Ulbricht aka Dread Pirate Roberts
10.9
Onion Routing. Computerphile, 2017
10.10
Tor Hidden Services. Computerphile, 2017
10.11
The Pirate. Sir Walter Scott, 1893
10.12
Radio_Veronica. 1960
10.13
Free Markets Music. This Frontier Needs Heroes, 2016
10.14
Pipi Longstocking as a symbol of peace. Astrid Lindgren, 1945
10.15
Geert Jan Jansen, 1994
10.16
Freetown Christiania, Denmark. 1971
10.17
The Desire Line
11.0
Turkey Is Becoming A New Kind Of Silicon Valley. Peri Kadaster, Forbes, 2014
11.1
Van shoarmaverkoper naar baas van een miljoenenbedrijf - From selling shoarma to owning a company of millions. Willike Keulen, de Ondernemer, 2016
11.2
The hottest startups in Istanbul, Chris Stokel-Walker. Wired, 2018
11.3
'Even naar de Turk' - 'Drop by the Turkish'
11.7
'Assault on freedom of expression': Die Welt journalist's arrest in Turkey condemned, Kareem Shaheen. The Guardian, 2017
11.8
Turkish Authorities Lead In Twitter Censorship. Niall McCarthy, 2017
11.9
Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp blocked in Turkey after arrest of opposition leaders. May Bulman, The Independant, 2016
12.0
AND: Phenomenology of the End. Franco Berardi, 2015
12.1
Solve for Happy – The Google Algorithm for Happiness – Speed Summary. Paul Marsden, Digital Wellbeing, 2017
12.2
Streams of Content, Limited Attention: The Flow of Information through Social Media. Danah Boyd, Educause Review, 2010
12.3
Internet Addiction, Hikikomori Syndrome, and the Prodromal Phase of Psychosis. Emmanuel Stip1, Alexis Thibault, Alexis Beauchamp-Chatel and Steve Kisely, 2016
12.4
Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity. Gregory Bateson, 1979
12.5
The Myth of La Malinche: From the Chronicles to Modern Mexican Theater. Rosario Pérez-Lagunes, 2001
12.6
The New Wounded: From Neurosis to Brain Damage. Catherine Malabou, translated by Steven Miller, 2012
14.0
The Digital, Labor, and Measure Beyond Biopolitics. Patricia Ticineto Clough, 2012
14.5
Immaterial and Affective Labour: Explored. Emma Dowling, Rodrigo Nunes and Ben Trott, Ephemera, 2007
14.6
Are We Human? Notes on an Archaeology of Design. Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley, 2016
14.7
A Shock to Thought: Expressions After Deleuze and Guattari. Editied by Brian Massumi, 2002
16.1
Back-up brains: The era of digital immortality. Simon Parkin, BBC, 2015
16.1
Stop children bingeing on social media during holidays, parents urged. Michael Savage, The Guardian, 2017