1. Laura Forde, “Jean-Luc Godard’s Critical Appropriation of Graphic Design in the 1960s” (2010 D-Crit Conference)

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    The films of Jean-Luc Godard have been written about perhaps more than any other cinematic works, often through the lens of cultural theory, but not nearly enough attention has been paid to the role…

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    • Vondelbunker News

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      AMSTERDAM — July 7–10, 2011 — In this video release, That New Design Smell wrestles with the grip of lame designer lingo, and the throngs of a likedy-like mafia. First broadcast by Michèle Champagne,…

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      • Project Projects, “As of 10.15.12″

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        Adam Michaels, Prem Krishnamurthy, and Rob Giampietro will speak about their multidisciplinary practice at design studio Project Projects. With a conceptual and critical approach to visual form, the…

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        • Curating Reality News

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          AMSTERDAM — February 9, 2012 — In this video release, That New Design Smell wrestles in the muddy valley between critical thinkers and the likedy-like mafia. First broadcast by Michèle Champagne during…

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          • Rob Giampietro, “On Design, Distribution, and Circulation”

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            Rob Giampietro is a designer, writer and teacher. He has written essays and design criticism for publications including BusinessWeek, Design Observer, Emigre and Dot Dot Dot. He teaches at Parsons…

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            • Murray Moss, “Apples to Oranges: Dialogues between Art and Design in Commerce and Culture”

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              The ghettoization of Art and Design that permeates our cultural institutions, commercial galleries and auction houses, eliminates the possibility of a tertium quid (third thing) which might be greater…

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              • Peter Bil’ak, “Works That Work, Making Magazines Today”

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                A year ago, Peter Bil’ak started Works That Work, a new magazine devoted to creativity. This bi-annual features in-depth essays and stories on subjects connected with design, and is an international…

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                • Rick Poynor, “Writing with Pictures”

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                  Rick Poynor, the British critic, writes about images, and selects and edits them for magazines, books, exhibitions, and his blog at Design Observer. He is also increasingly preoccupied, as a photographer,…

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                  • Phillip Tiongson, “Invention and Intention: Building Experiential Stories”

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                    Designing for interaction is a moving target. Moore’s law speaks to the massive disruptions to hardware, software, and the information networks around us. As a result, what barely worked yesterday…

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                    • Akiko Busch, “Assorted Notes on Fit”

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                      For Akiko Busch, the study of design has long been about the notion of fit and how human beings find a sense of order in objects, rooms, and buildings. What are the concerns when these ideas of fit…

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