Objects of Interest

The Dark Side of Pictograms

How sports—in particular the Olympics—perpetuate multiple systems of oppression
Mujgan Abdulzade
By Mujgan Abdulzade

Hi Vis
Objects of Interest
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Hi Vis

Toxic Trades, Constructed Masculinity & The Vibrance of Anonymity
Michael Bojkowski
By Michael Bojkowski
More of What we Don’t See
Making and Unmaking
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More of What we Don’t See

Close your eyes... I dare you to smile.
Keyna Eleison
By Keyna Eleison
Designing with/against Cherophobia
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Designing with/against Cherophobia

In search of haps, untrodden paths, and wayward futurities.
Ece Canlı
By Ece Canlı
Enough is Enough
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Enough is Enough

Art & Design students lead the charge to expose the abusive underbelly of France's education system.
Les Mots de Trop
By Les Mots de Trop
Design Without Design
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Design Without Design

Reflections from a transdisciplinary workshop for exhibition making and unmaking at the heart of the Dhaka Art Summit.
Nina Paim
Inteza Shariar
Diana Campbell Betancourt
Prem Krishnamurthy
Dries Rodet
By Nina Paim, Inteza Shariar, Diana Campbell Betancourt, Prem Krishnamurthy, Dries Rodet
Learning from the Vernacular
Pedagogies of Freedom
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Learning from the Vernacular

A conversation with Clara Balaguer on the copyother, ethical piracy, and trolling graphic design.
Rhys Atkinson
By Rhys Atkinson
Long Nights
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Long Nights

Do art universities educate students to exploit themselves? Short answer: Yes.
Sophie Thurner
By Sophie Thurner
Publishing is Being Present
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Publishing is Being Present

How Maria Lamas surreptitiously used a fashion weekly to resist the dictatorship, question gender norms and encourage emancipation.
Isabel Duarte
By Isabel Duarte
In the Name of ♥
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In the Name of ♥

Claiming the Semiotics of Power, Colonialism & Capitalism
Charlie Thomas
By Charlie Thomas