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When Terminal: What Is Transit After 18 Months Of Standstill?

Walls are not barriers for hope and imagination. — Talha Ahsan, Otherstani I had the endless day, months and months of endless days, and yet my return date bounded this sense of boundlessness, kept it from becoming threatening. — Ben Lerner, Leaving the Atocha Station It feels strange to talk about transit after 18 months of standstill. For the neo-...

Photo Etching

Probably it’s because of the silver grey of the etched areas, that it stands out so loudly. That hydro-coat blue. I never imagined that an artificial blue could be that neon bright outside of the digital-meta-space of the screen. The vivid part of developing the plate is when this mesmerising blue becomes liquid and you’re t...

Inbetween: Countries & Cultures #5 – Half sweet, Half salty

Inbetween: Countries & Cultures, is a space for candid discussions around transient identities as individuals move to a new country of residence. In this space, the individuals share some anecdotes from their life and experiences as we make our way through a new space, culture and society. Rathna Ramanathan is a typographer, researcher and educator. Originally ...

Inbetween: Countries & Cultures #4 – From testing waters to finding feet

Inbetween: Countries & Cultures, is a space for candid discussions around transient identities as individuals move to a new country of residence. In this space, the individuals share some anecdotes from their life and experiences as we make our way through a new space, culture and society. Nayanika Chatterjee is an animator/illustrator based in New ...

Dyslexia in schools today

This comic came from an interview I conducted with three dyslexic secondary school students. The purpose of undertaking an interview with secondary school students was to get an insight into the experience of dyslexia in young people today. It was important to get first-hand research as a means of developing a resource to support and develop ...

A Dialogue to Unravel Interpretative Languages #1

This text is the first in a series titled ‘Decoding our Visual Practices’. Engaged with the visual translation of information and the power of this process as a democratising agent of hidden knowledge, Carola and Camille, two students on Visual Communication, came together in a collaborative discussion. Although communication among people has always been a contentious issu...

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