PROGETTO GRAFICO n°

33

October / 2018

ISBN: 9788899718183


WORK

Progetto grafico 33 analyses the topic of work which necessarily involves the design professions. In an era in which financial crises, precariousness and post-work are at the center of daily social and political debate, it seems necessary to begin reflecting on the different historical, material, psychological and economic implications of these terms. In particular, it seems useful to investigate the connections between these apparently independent aspects and the dynamics relating to design.


IN THIS ISSUE:

Archival section: From the archive of Frigolandia Stefano Tamburini

Michele Mordente
On acceleration and theft: Stefano Tamburini

Jonathan Pierini
Contarsi per contare. Design culture and work culture in public service graphics in Italy.

Gianluca Camillini,
Believe, Obey, Work. Artistic relations between Fortunato Depero and Fascism.

Roberto Arista
Interfaces are a solid object. Monopoly, teaching and autonomy of graphics and code.

Shannon Mattern
Sharing is Tables: Furniture for Digital Labor

Caterina Di Paolo
The worst is when you feel everything is falling apart. Particularly when it’s not. An interview/discussion on existential precarity.

Caterina Di Paolo
Is poverty the remedy?

Erica Preli
Is there remedy to poverty?

Visual section: Muttnik

Monica Nannini
The graphic designer, an unknown quantity. Is recognition just a mirage?

Buy here: http://www.aiap.it/libreria.php?ID=10113


COLOPHON

Editor in chief
Jonathan Pierini

Editors
Gianluca Camillini, Jonathan Pierini

Editorial board
Giulia Cordin
Caterina Di Paolo
Michele Galluzzo
Silvio Lorusso
Emilio Macchia
Erica Preli
Giorgio Ruggeri

Editorial coordination
Caterina Di Paolo

Graphic design
eee studio (Emilio Macchia Erica Preli)

PROGETTO GRAFICO n°

33

October / 2018

ISBN: 9788899718183


WORK

Progetto grafico 33 analyses the topic of work which necessarily involves the design professions. In an era in which financial crises, precariousness and post-work are at the center of daily social and political debate, it seems necessary to begin reflecting on the different historical, material, psychological and economic implications of these terms. In particular, it seems useful to investigate the connections between these apparently independent aspects and the dynamics relating to design.


IN THIS ISSUE:

Archival section: From the archive of Frigolandia Stefano Tamburini

Michele Mordente
On acceleration and theft: Stefano Tamburini

Jonathan Pierini
Contarsi per contare. Design culture and work culture in public service graphics in Italy.

Gianluca Camillini,
Believe, Obey, Work. Artistic relations between Fortunato Depero and Fascism.

Roberto Arista
Interfaces are a solid object. Monopoly, teaching and autonomy of graphics and code.

Shannon Mattern
Sharing is Tables: Furniture for Digital Labor

Caterina Di Paolo
The worst is when you feel everything is falling apart. Particularly when it’s not. An interview/discussion on existential precarity.

Caterina Di Paolo
Is poverty the remedy?

Erica Preli
Is there remedy to poverty?

Visual section: Muttnik

Monica Nannini
The graphic designer, an unknown quantity. Is recognition just a mirage?

Buy here: http://www.aiap.it/libreria.php?ID=10113


COLOPHON

Editor in chief
Jonathan Pierini

Editors
Gianluca Camillini, Jonathan Pierini

Editorial board
Giulia Cordin
Caterina Di Paolo
Michele Galluzzo
Silvio Lorusso
Emilio Macchia
Erica Preli
Giorgio Ruggeri

Editorial coordination
Caterina Di Paolo

Graphic design
eee studio (Emilio Macchia Erica Preli)