Further Reading is a multi-format publishing platform that compiles reading references, produce design periodicals, curates exhibitions and organises workshops. We seek to engage in discourse within design practice by exploring the sociocultural and political contexts.
Series of Articles
— #FRBookmark is a look through several germane online readings.
— #FRBookshelf is a personal selection of significant books by our guest contributors.
— #FRProfile is a focus on an aspiring figure whose works embody the research of design.
— #FRSelect is a selection of design readings with different genres and formats by our editorial team.
Read our online selections on linktr.ee/further.reading
— Futher Reading Print No.1 / June 2019: Identity. 160 pages, two-colour risograph, approx. 130 × 190 mm. With contributions from Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Italy/Spain, Netherlands/Estonia, UK, Argentina, and USA.
— Ways of Reading, a series of public interventions, exhibitions and discussions that challenge the notions of reading through space and surroundings. The first edition in London (9–16 March 2019) was co-curated with Dua Studio.
— #OnPaperJakarta, a Colorplan (UK) exhibition in collaboration with RJ Paper (SG), curated by Each Other Company. The exhibition (2018) aims to trigger the interdisciplinary collaboration among creatives around the Southeast Asia, and to promote reading through the exploration of paper, that is fully sponsored by G . F Smith (UK).
Print No.1 Contributors
Maia Taber (AR), Elisa Taber (AR), Sebastian Koseda (UK), Matteo Guarnaccia (ES/IT), Ayos Purwoaji (ID), Kamil Muhammad (ID), Signals from the Periphery (NL/EE), Southland Institute (US), Temporary Academy for Un/Re/Learning (PH), Gabriella Thian (ID), Stephanie Mamonto (ID), Michelle Anindya (ID), Sakti Nuzan (ID), Christian Purwadihardja (ID), Muhammad Rifqi Fajri (ID), Sheere Ng (SG)
Merphilina Valencia (ID), Dua Studio (ID), Felicia Budi (ID), Agatha Karina (ID), Gisela Febrina (ID), Dealonicha Andini (ID), Sebastian Koseda (UK), Natassa Pappa (GR), Gabriella Thian (ID), Tasia Loekito (ID), Florian Runge (DK), Butawarna (ID), Renée Ting (SG), David Hutama (ID), Dinamo (CH), Anja Groten (NL), Praya Prayono (ID), Setiadi Sopandi (ID), Roger Bundschuh (DE), Evening Class (UK), Kinanti Della (ID), Rain Chudori (ID), Sheila Maharani (ID)
— Times Ten by Stanley Morison/Linotype
— Muster Grotesk by Florian Runge
— Editors: Januar Rianto, Immanuel-Johannes Palar, Putty Dewikarina
— Design: Each Other Company
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