A collection of texts on and around the topic of self-organized learning, curriculum, experiments, and alternatives in graphic design education.
Occurring both within and separate from existing institutions, these other forms of learning and organization question how such learning takes place, for whom, and the ideologies inherent in existing models, among many other things.
An (admittedly) incomplete inventory inspired by the widespread activity and educational turn (or shift) in the field, this book aims to serve as a point of departure for further discussion and experimentation.
Contributors include Adam Cruickshank, Chris Lee, Decolonising Design, Diego Bustamante, Katharina Hetzeneder, Ariadna Serrahima, Elisabeth Klement, Laura Pappa, Esther McManus, Evening Class, Francisco Laranjo, Jack Henrie Fisher, James Langdon, Joe Potts, Kristina Ketola Bore, The Serving Library, Mark Owens, Sean Yendrys, and more.
Edited with an introduction by Jacob Lindgren
Published by Onomatopee, 2018
Printed in a limited edition of 900 copies
Softcover, 328 pages, 110 single-color images, 6 × 8.75 inches