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A Line Which Forms a Volume 5 is a critical reader and symposium of graphic design-led research, which is written, edited, designed, and published by participants of the MA Graphic Media Design course at London College of Communication.
ALWFAV 5 explores how the act of leaning on, with and into a research topic can be regarded as a form of care for the complexities of contemporary society. We ask: ‘Who are we, and who do we care for?’
Bringing together contributions from Bryony Quinn, Intersections of Care, Futuress, Ramon Tejada and the MA GMD participants who share their emergent design research, ALWFAV 5 approaches the idea of leaning from a particular perspective—the encounter between care and radical transparency in design research. By using graphic design as a critical tool for investigation and divulgation, we build physical and conceptual support structures that provide publics with a route into the research areas we contribute to.
Authors include: Amy Henry, Dasha Lugovkin, Ghia El Koussa, Ilaria Golin, Jaeeun Bia Lee, Reuxn Xin Yao, Sarah Støle, Victoire Colliou, Wendy Xiuwen Chen, Yuan Gu
Published by MA Graphic Design Media, London College of Communication
100 x 210 mm