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Harvard Design Magazine #51

Harvard Design Magazine #51

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Harvard Design Magazine #51 : Multihyphenate examines multihyphenation

Multihyphenation refers to alternate modes of creative production: “collab” culture, “brand X brand” projects, and multiple or even opaque styles of attribution and ownership among individuals, studios, and practices. For them, the body of work they produce matters more than maintaining a singular creative identity as an individual designer, architect, artist, etc. But is this practice actually new? Architects, curators, fashion designers, scholars, and artists were invited to question the theme from different vantage points. A highlight of the issue is a visual folio featuring more than 40 multihyphenated works that exemplify complex strategies for navigating creative practice today.

Size : 23 x 30 cm
Page : 180
Language : English
Publisher : Harvard University

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