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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...

A Window Into Isolation #3

In this window-themed collection of poems, we want to highlight all the imaginative and personal writing produced while being confined during this challenging year. These isolation gems may take experimental forms and have textual, as well as visual, components. The poems engage with the notions of space and confinement, and the variety of the featured work ...

Linocutting

It was not love from first sight, oh no. It is bulky, messy and clumsy, with pure absence of sophisticated details. One single wrong move and three days of work are gone. With a bold line crossing all effort. But it was always here. Always. In the shortest days of winter and the longest days of ...

The meeting host will let you in soon: starting an MA in the zoom-room

Starting a course in the digital realm challenges what it is to get to know a cohort. As I ‘joined’ my first day, and watched the pages of squares flicker up on my screen, I considered my presence amongst my new peers. My physical self now redundant, my background more telling than my backpack. These bizarre inte...

A Window Into Isolation #2

In this window-themed collection of poems, we want to highlight all the imaginative and personal writing produced while being confined during this challenging year. These isolation gems may take experimental forms and have textual, as well as visual, components. The poems engage with the notions of space and confinement, and the variety of the featured work ...

Considerations on the (f)utility of ReliaRocco™

After an intense period lasting no more than three weeks in February, fueled by the WIP network, the web-service ReliaRocco™ stopped its reach. The reason is clear: a service based on creating connections with people, must be promoted in order to facilitate these connections. But then why did I never do any of this promotion? The pr...

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