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Raster Raster By Marisa Olson
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Exhibition catalogue for RASTER RASTER at Aran Cravey (LA), curated by Marisa Olson & featuring Conor Backman, Petra Cortright, Alexandra Gorczynski, Marc Horowitz, Christine Sun Kim, Mehreen... More > Murtaza, Jayson Musson, Bunny Rogers, Travess Smalley, Jasper Spicero, and Artie Vierkant. Each of these artists finds themselves involved in processes of translation & filtering between different languages. —Whether taking on word/image relationships, digital/analog registers, sound/picture, art/commerce, public/private identities and contents, or even the print vs screen worlds of CMYK vs RGB—as played-out in this book, they are each exploring similarities, differences, and migrations between gestures and forms in the vernaculars within which they wade.< Less
FIASCO - THE YOUTH ISSUE (Saverio Cardia Cover) Edition C By FIASCO Publishing
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This is Print Edition C (Saverio Cardia Cover) IMPORTANT: Check the content below as each edition carries different stories and features. The print edition is a sub-set of the Digital version seen... More > online. There are 3 print versions. CONTRIBUTORS Saverio Cardia, Saty + Pratha, J.D. Forte, Casey Brooks, Jesse Untracht-Oakner, Michael Elmquist, David Urbanke, Felicity Sagoe FEATURES Adidas Originals, Dr. Marten’s, Palace Skateboards, Amy Winehouse, For Fred Perry Fashion / Out Now, College Daze, New Kids On The Block, Nike Goes Back To The Future, Sneaker Pimps, The Board Identity REVIEWS Books, Music, Technology & Gadgets, On Our Radar, and Movies.< Less
Rules of Conversion: Artists Explore Encoded and Embedded Language By Jeanne Criscola
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Artists have been fascinated by codes throughout history; pictograms and hieroglyphics point to early forms of codes artists have used to transcribe information from one mode of communication to... More > another. The nine artists invited to participate in the show fold in both antiquated and highly technical coding systems and materials to explore ideas about secrecy, privacy, authenticity, identity, memory and loss, as well as the interplay between the physical and virtual world. Works are diverse in concept and aesthetic, ranging from digital prints, sculpture and painting to web based video projection. The show was made possible through a unique collaboration between The Arts Council of Greater New Haven and Haskins Laboratories, Yale University. The exhibition aims to present artworks that intersect with Haskins research topics, exploring ways that artists draw inspiration from scientific information and scientists draw inspiration from creative forms of expression.< Less
Type.bmp By Yongseuk Lee
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The inspiration for this project arose from a discussion of the common cliche' of the use rasterized and low resolution type in kitsch graphic ephemera. Rather than denounce it, the team decided to... More > use it as a spring board for this project and provoke questions; what does rasterized type blown out of proportion in scale look like ? How does this scale shift affect the carefully drawn curves of the glyph ? At what scale does the shape of the character lose its identity and turn into a blob of pixels ? To answer these questions, the glyphs of Akzidenz-Grotesk were put through a long drawn torture digitally, and then taken into the physical space as a 10ft X , 10ft installation and created on a grid using hemispheres cast in varying tonal range as pixels.< Less
The Abenaki - People of the Dawn By G. Scott MacLeod
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Identity is often revealed in the most perilous situations. In The Abenaki – People of the Dawn, it is Joe Obomsawin’s intimate knowledge of the back roads and hidden trails on the... More > frontiers of Quebec and New England that narrowly saves a group of bootleggers from capture. The escape also provides the impetus for his character’s powerful and deeply personal retelling of the history of his people. Huddled around a fire in a remote cabin, Obomsawin unfolds the tragic, improbable and inspiring story of the Abenaki nation, reduced from 50,000 to some 1,500 over a few hundred years of colonial settlement. A collaboration between author and storyteller Mike Burns and director G. Scott MacLeod as part of the animated series The Water of Life, The Abenaki – People of the Dawn fuses traditional pencil animation with new digital media to tell the harrowing tale of a people’s struggle for survival.< Less
U+29DC aka Documento Continuo By Enrico Boccioletti
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U+29DC aka Documento Continuo is an artist book and a research into that contemporary zeitgeist that has been labeled “post internet”. Originally conceived as a MA thesis, Documento... More > Continuo is a textual and visual collage strongly relying on appropriation as the only possible way to draw your own path through the information overload. Written in Italian but mostly in “International Art English”, it focuses on issues like awareness, creolization, the crisis of the European Union, dematerialization and materiality, globalization, performance, identity, FOMO, and how to be an artist in the age of “always on”. Enrico Boccioletti (born 1984 in Pesaro, Italy) is an artist and performer based in Milan. His practice develops at the threshold between digital gauziness and physical materiality. He is interested in incompleteness and circularity, duplication, strata, waste, layering, shifts in context, forgery, faux-real.< Less
U+29DC aka Documento Continuo By Enrico Boccioletti
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U+29DC aka Documento Continuo is an artist book and a research into that contemporary zeitgeist that has been labeled “post internet”. Originally conceived as a MA thesis, Documento... More > Continuo is a textual and visual collage strongly relying on appropriation as the only possible way to draw your own path through the information overload. Written in Italian but mostly in “International Art English”, it focuses on issues like awareness, creolization, the crisis of the European Union, dematerialization and materiality, globalization, performance, identity, FOMO, and how to be an artist in the age of “always on”. Enrico Boccioletti (born 1984 in Pesaro, Italy) is an artist and performer based in Milan. His practice develops at the threshold between digital gauziness and physical materiality. He is interested in incompleteness and circularity, duplication, strata, waste, layering, shifts in context, forgery, faux-real.< Less
Open Manifesto: Change By Kevin Finn
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Open Manifesto is an independent journal of critical writing, which focuses on the intersection of design with social, cultural, political and economic issues. In issue 8, Michael Bierut, influential... More > designer and partner at Pentagram, reflects on his early design career and shares the context around his identity for the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. Jessica Walsh, designer and partner at Sagmeister&Walsh, challenges the notion that design can change the world. Dutch innovator, Daan Roosegaarde, talks about his passion for prototyping the future of cities. Real life cyborg Neil Harbisson shares how his art helped him become a cyborg and an unintentional spokesperson for the international cyborg community. Influential type aficionados Rudy VanderLans and Kris Sowersby face off in a debate around promotional tactics and the next generation of type designers, while digital entrepreneur, Ben Johnston, talks about the beauty, challenge and opportunity of exploring the future.< Less
International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) – volume 11(3) By Mohammad Ali Salmani Nodoushan
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PAPERS IN THIS SPECIAL ISSUE ON ESP: Editorial (1-12); Parallel ESAP courses: What are they? Why do we need them? (13-30); Translation, ESP and corpus studies: Bridging the gap in a French context... More > (31-52); Multimodal L2 Composition: EAP in the digital era (53-72); Mapping specialized domains through a wide-angled interdisciplinary approach: The case of British higher education and research (73-94); An interdisciplinary approach to ESP: The milieu, discourse and culture of American technological risk companies (95-132); A multi-dimensional analysis of legal American English: Real-life and cinematic representations compared (133-150); E-portfolios as professional identities for university learners in an English for Communication and Media program (151-166)< Less
The Story Illustrated By John H.T. Francis
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Cultures and societies, identity and history, politics and economics, and many learning fields are contingent on the Story. Human psychological balance and development depend on it. At the same time,... More > a blind reliance on the Story leads to sociological, existential, and emotional ills. In this third and last part of The Story in Three Parts, John H.T. Francis discusses the Story's power of influence and its manifestations in a variety of human domains. The Story Illustrated explains to you the psychology behind the Story and the pragmatic, cultural, social, and political repercussions of the human necessity for it. There is no better time to appreciate the role of the Story in the human world than today, where we face an abundance of conflicting and contradictory narratives in the globalised digital arena, and where making coherence of all narratives together represents a tremendous challenge. The Story Illustrated presents a mosaic of the Story's manifestations in the human world.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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