The Mindcraft Project is organized by Copenhagen Design Agency.
The Mindcraft Project is a platform for explorative and experimental design from Denmark. Through communication and exhibitions, the ongoing project addresses issues of future relevance in a meeting between design, craftsmanship, art, research and technology.
The Mindcraft Project celebrates human creativity and design that can bring profound ideas to life and tackle relevant issues. Through exhibitions at leading international design events, pop-up shows, case studies, interviews and articles, The Mindcraft Project aims to raise awareness of what design can do and how it affects our lives.
Artistic and experimental design practices serve as fundamental research in society, inspiring to new ways of thinking, making, consuming and living. Our mission is to elevate these design practices and promote their work, and to push the boundaries for design’s potential to create new perspectives on future innovation.
Past exhibitions and organization
The Mindcraft Project (formerly MINDCRAFT) was initiated in 2008 with the inaugural exhibition during Milan Design Week 2008. The annually recurring exhibition project has received considerable critical acclaim throughout the years for its curated thematic content and varying participants.
From 2008 to 2013, the exhibitions were organized by Danish Crafts.
From 2014 to 2018, the exhibitions were organized by Danish Arts Foundation.
In 2019, The Mindcraft Project was handed over to Copenhagen Design Agency by The Danish Arts Foundation.
Visit the archive site to explore past exhibitions.