Snowblindness x Carmen Dusmet Carrasco by Radio Rietveld published on 2021-07-09T08:59:02Z „Snowblindness Podcast Series“ part of a research-project by Gudrun Havsteen-Mikkelsen in collaboration with Anna Bierler exploring different narratives on colonial pasts and myth-making in relation to a contemporary design practice. „Snowblindness“ tries to reflect on the methodologies in a design discipline; how to get access to information, how to make material public and finally how to edit, debate and visualize ’collective memory’ in- and outside the work. The 'Snowblindness' research is situated in colonial moments in Greenland, where Gudrun's great-grandfather was a Danish explorer, scientist, captain and colonizer, who marked his agenda in books, maps and people, and contributed to the ’collective memory’. Snowblindness x Carmen Dusmet Carrasco was broadcast live on April 16, 2021: "Let’s talk about what it means to collaborate with your mum - working with relatives in artistic processes" Carmen Dusmet Carrasco is a Spanish visual artist and designer based in The Hague and recent Sandberg Design Department graduate. Between 2018 and 2020 she produced "The Swimming Pool", a documentary staring her mother where she asked questions such as 'how can younger generations take care of the elderly while safeguarding their own future?'. Music composed for the movie by Lola de la Mata.