Kelli Anderson is a designer, paper engineer, and featured Ted Talk speaker whose work operates in the space between conceptual art, graphic design, and tech. Her whimsical books have featured a working paper planetarium, a pop-up pinhole camera, and a paper record player. Whenever she can, she uses humble, lo-fi materials to expose the invisible magic of the world and make abstraction concepts “real” and tangible for people.
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 2:15–3:00 p.m.
Inspire Change with Disruptive Wonder
Changing means rejecting complacency and the normal order of things. Kelli Anderson is an artist, designer, and tinkerer who enjoys the challenge of seeking out hidden possibility and change in the physical and digital world. In this inspirational and entertaining session, TED-Talk speaker Kelli Anderson uses her designs as examples to show how an avenue to better is by making disruptions—large or small—that are sitting right in front of you.