Graphic 37: Introduction to Computation
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How might computational approaches inform contemporary graphic design practices? Could programming or computational systems be the future of the graphic design? Issue 37 of GRAPHIC discusses the validity and possibilities of computational approaches today and in the future, and explores the experiences of graphic designers using computation in their work.
Includes interviews and work by A2/SW/HK, Andrew LeClair, Benedikt Groß, Catalogtree, Erik van Blokland, Hansje van Halem, Jonathan Puckey, Jürg Lehni, Ken Frederick, LUST, MuirMcNeil, and Rob Giampietro; transcripts of conversations with Andrew Blauvelt, Ellen Lupton and Adrian Shaughnessy; an essay about Jurriaan Schrofer, “Computer Designer Before the Computer,” by Frederike Huygen; and source code for the issue's cover.
This issue of GRAPHIC was a special issue edited by Kyuha Shim.
Design: Kyuha Shim, Minsun Eo Studio New York
Published by Propaganda Press, 2016
Text in Korean and English
192 pages, illustrated in color and b&w, 9 × 12 in.