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A Traditional Evening of Please 。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。 Chang-Lun Chang Chien  Chen Tan   Julia Renning    Julia Van Ijken     Margherita Sabbioneda      Mariam Bergloff       Milo O’Halloran        Thomas Hedger         Tianhang Zhu           Agnieszka Jarek 。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。 An exhibit by Discovery Channel, RCA Visual Communication and Information Experience Design students. May 8th, 2019 @ Maxilla Social Club 2 Maxilla Walk, Notting Hill, London... C3 : Command Control Communicate Dear School of Communication, We are conducting an experiment as part of a study to validate our compliance to creation. Everything around us, and within ... RDP (Research Design Publish) You are invited to a one day event showcasing the research practices of RDP (Research Design Publish) students from the RCA’s School of Communication, on t... p.3 – p.177 Visual Communication and The Reader at The Royal College of Art invites you to p.3 - p.177 Tenderbooks, 6 Cecil Court, London, WC2N 4HE Exhibition: 4 -... Visual Forensics Visual Forensics is a group exhibition curated by Communication Design students from the Royal College of Art. The work examines seemingly familiar or everyday spaces, ... The Other Domain Marnie Hamilton, Ravista Mehra, Jianwei Jing, Anthony Jennison, Kuo Xu, Linyou Xie, Jamie Maule, Yu Kang, Yuhui Zhou & Ni Sang Fugitive Voices are pleased ... Incredi Visual Communication presents InCREDI [Interrogate, collaborate, re-imagine, engage, dismantle, interpret] A week of year 1 WIP shows Monday 9 April Design Without White City Community Center, W12 7Q... Gamut by Collaborate or Die Collaborate or Die (COD) was not my first choice elective for my first year at RCA. In fact, if I’m honest, it wasn’t even... A School of Our Own or How to Teach in Translation On the 7th of April, Richard, Cerise and myself - two Viscom students, one IED - were anxiously waiting for our flight to Seoul from ... The Reader The Reader knows that the story is never over, that the text is never complete. The Reader knows that we always move our lips when ...