LCC opened its doors to hundreds of visitors for the launch night of Uncertainty Playground – our series of exhibitions and events as part of London Design Festival 2017.

The night saw LCC deliver insight into different areas of work by the Design School and introduced its four exhibitions, which consider how design can define, address and make meaning from the ambiguities and uncertainties that we currently face.

If you didn’t get to join us at the launch night, we’ve got you covered. You can still get snippets and the low-down on the evening through the pictures captured by our talented photographer below, or visit the show until 20 October 2017…

Words by Jyoti Mann.

Members of the public, industry experts, alumni, staff and students all gathered to launch the series of exhibitions, events and podcasts that explore the role of design research and practice in imagining, critiquing and shaping potential futures.

Visitors at the launch night of Uncertainty Playground

Possible / Probable Worlds‘, ‘S*PARK‘, ‘FutureMakers‘ and ‘Room 2084‘ all creatively explore subjects including; critical design and digital futures; design for sustainability and social innovation; design communications and practice; and design cultures, histories and futures with colour, precision and enthusiasm.

Check out a gallery of images, captured by BA (Hons) Photography student Errin Yesilkaya, below or view the full gallery on Flickr.

Miss the launch night? Explore some of the work at the Uncertainty Playground exhibition open to the public from 16 September to 20 October at LCC.