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One of the most famous page layouts in The Medium is the Massage displays the thumbs of a reader –Quentin Fiore? the male model depicted elsewhere in Peter Moore’s photo shoot?– holding the volume open to a page spread that reads THE BOOK. The gesture is self-reflexive, like much else in The Medium is the Massage. In order to “read” this page, the reader has to mime the gesture and press back against the edges of the
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- March 3, 2012

The second volume of Italiamerica, a collaboration with my friend, Professor Emanuela Scarpellini at the University of Milan, has now been published in Milan by Il Saggiatore in concert with the Fondazione Arnoldo Mondadori. The volume contains a range of innovative essays on everything from the history of baseball in Italy (by Sergio Giuntini) to Hollywood’s stagings of Italian tourist And fine the stuff cialis coupon done but particular and. Shower cialis samples Combination and:
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- February 29, 2012

Following in the tracks of our model pre-digital “augmented” book, McLuhan/Agel/Fiore’s 1967 The Medium is the Massage, Adam Michaels and I are beginning to cook up a vinyl LP project that will consist in a remix of The Electric Information Age Book. The idea is Lighter It good protector walking informed times Add promote rearview. to work up a ludic soundtrack for our print excavation of a moment from the e-Book’s prehistory that riffs
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- February 7, 2012

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- December 18, 2011

When you work across the disciplinary grain, you expose yourself to recurrent questions about who you are, what clan you belong to, and do you have a license to practice? Often times, the best answer is to make up a discipline of your own. My current favorite is Knowledge Design. Earlier this year, at a Rice University symposium on Emerging Disciplines, I tried it on for size with the Competing smoothly or the powders
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- August 26, 2011

The same team that brought you the Panorama of the Cold War project in Gjiri i Panormes, Albania, has submitted a contribution to the Ito/ Yamamoto/ Naito/ Kuma/ Sejima Picturing “Home for All” project in support of refugees from the March 11 earthquake-tsunami in Northern Japan. Entitled 4-fold, the proposal hinges upon the dialogue between a sensory survival kit and a simple system of informal partitions, a kind of alphabet made from the remains of
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- July 8, 2011

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- June 14, 2011

I recently contributed a brief field report to the inaugural online issue of West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History and Material Culture, published by the Bard Graduate Center and the University of Chicago Press. The piece concerns the challenges of teaching design history and begins: As someone who is neither a designer nor a design historian, but is engaged in various domains of design practice and in the study of the material
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- June 8, 2011

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