RR’s Workshop : Voting Malfunction

In yesterday’s workshop with Rebecca (4 May), we engaged with the malfunction(s) in the voting process. Began with sharing every individual experiences about voting experience, then make a list of how graphic designer can “interrupt” to this system. People then divided into 4 groups and start to think about which issue we want to work with. We (Rachel, … More RR’s Workshop : Voting Malfunction

Tutorial 2 May

Resume of today’s tutorial (May 2) We map our thoughts. References, influences, keywords, and themes. This is basically what I’ve got:   There are three main things I am focused on: subjectivity in various media (including children’s book’s way of storytelling, the most interesting one), subjective experience (according to Harraway’s text), and subjectivity embedded in … More Tutorial 2 May

Jaap and Sagmeister

Anyway, this is my experience from lecture this week. It’s purely because we have Sagmeister on Wednesday and Jaap on Thursday, and I’ll write about them both Jaap talked about his MA this morning (Thursday 27 April). He mentioned “not to be someone else” when you’re writing something. He also suggested to just start with something very small, specific; … More Jaap and Sagmeister

#2 Starting Question

#1 “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” – Albert Einstein This quote allows us to see how important an Imagination is. However, today, most of the information we consume served “hot”. How’s it affects our way of thinking? Is it true that people become more passive than before? … More #2 Starting Question