Graphic Design as Political Practice: A Conversation With Metahaven [Part 1]

Graphic Design as Political Practice: A Conversation With Metahaven [Part 1] Published on February 14th, 2013 From: http://hyperallergic.com/ Written by: Kyle Chayka Installation view of “Metahaven: Islands in the Cloud” at MoMA PS1 (Photo: Matthew Septimus) Metahaven is an Amsterdam-based design studio made up of its two members and founders, Vinca Kruk and Daniel van … Continue reading

David Hammons performing ‘Bliz-aard Ball Sale’

David Hammons performing ‘Bliz-aard Ball Sale’ (1983), Cooper Square, New York City Courtesy Migros Museum, Zurich © David Hammons. Photo: Dawood Bey From An Interview with David Hammons: 1. I CAN’T STAND ART ACTUALLY. I’VE NEVER, EVER LIKED ART, EVER. I NEVER TOOK IT IN SCHOOL. 2. WHEN I WAS IN CALIFORNIA, ARTISTS WOULD WORK … Continue reading

From Wish You Were Here? to GAMSWEN…Mark Ingham

Journal of Writing in Creative Practice From Wish You Were Here? to GAMSWEN and onto Designed Dissertations: Connecting the design studio with writing in design Author:  Mark Ingham /// /// This review describes the evolution of three art and design ‘writing’ projects delivered during the contextual studies courses of the undergraduate Graphic and Digital Design and … Continue reading