Interview


“Please Say More”
Living Archives
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“Please Say More”

Bec Wonders on the Vancouver Women’s Library, the legacy of feminist archives, and the complex history of female conflict.
Bec Wonders
Nina Paim
By Bec Wonders, Nina Paim
Teach What You Need to Learn
Feminist Curricula
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Teach What You Need to Learn

A conversation about the Swedish Master program critically addressing visual standards and promoting “norm creativity.”
Johanna Lewengard
Maya Ober
Benedetta Crippa
By Johanna Lewengard, Maya Ober, Benedetta Crippa
Imaginations of Care
Vulnerable Observers
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Imaginations of Care

Curator Keyna Eleison making a case for expanding knowledges.
Keyna Eleison
Nina Paim
Cherry-Ann Davis
By Keyna Eleison, Nina Paim, Cherry-Ann Davis
The Interlocality of Typography
Politics of Display
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The Interlocality of Typography

A conversation with Yu Jiwon about the suggestions of typographic diversity in society and culture.
Rachel So Dam Jung
By Rachel So Dam Jung
Design Without Design
Politics of Display
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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
Feminist Curricula
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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
Queer Dreams of an A.I.
Living Archives
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Queer Dreams of an A.I.

A conversation with Lucas LaRochelle on counter-mapping, artificial intelligence, and queer relationality.
Riccardo Righi
Lucas LaRochelle
By Riccardo Righi, Lucas LaRochelle
Glowing Red Letters
Complaint Collective
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Glowing Red Letters

How a group of German art students is tackling structural discrimination with an anonymous form.
Katharina Brenner
By Katharina Brenner
Disrupting Design with Capital “D”
Feminist Curricula
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Disrupting Design with Capital “D”

Designer and educator Ramon Tejada on embracing your own voice, asking uncomfortable questions and making spaces in design education.
Luana de Almeida
By Luana de Almeida
Soul Consuming
Voices
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Soul Consuming

Researcher and designer Ann Kern talks about the difficulties of 2020, the toll of doing political design projects, and how she learned to say “No.”
Eliot C. Gisel
By Eliot C. Gisel