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Further Reading Print No.1: Identity

The rapid growth of technology constantly changes the way we access and digest information. It encapsulates our behaviour, language, and knowledge as we are shifting from being within small groups into one global community. However, increased connectivity does not equate better connection between individuals, and perhaps counteractively creates a sense of detachment.

In the first issue of Further Reading print, we look inwards to respond to the challenges and demands that we are facing as both designer and non-designer; examine our values within sociocultural, political, economic and ecological contexts; and address or respond using our knowledge, skills and resources. In this issue, we delve into the theme of ‘Identity’ and see how the single subject could give rise to different interpretations.

Contents
‘100 Lobbies’ by Maia and Elisa Taber, Argentina
‘Designing an Identity’ by Sebastian Koseda, UK
‘Are We Sitting on the Same Chairs Wearing the Same Shoes?’ by Matteo Guarnaccia, Italy/Spain
‘Hybrid Modernism: Koleksi Label Produk dari Tahun 1950-an sampai dengan 1970-an’ by Ayos Purwoaji, Indonesia
‘A Practice of Loopholes, Excesses and Negotiations’ by Kamil Muhammad, Indonesia
‘Other Review: Navigating Practice’ with Signals from the Periphery, Estonia; Southland Institute, USA; Temporary Academy for Un/Re/ Learning, Philippines
‘Select: A Look on Silent Profanities’ by IJ Palar and Gabriella Thian, Indonesia
‘Perempuan Dalam Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia: A Harmonious Collaboration for Equality’ by Stephanie Mamonto, Indonesia
‘Take Part in: Streets and Divisions’ by Michelle Anindya, Indonesia
‘Take Part in: On Purchasing Alienation’ by Sakti Nuzan, Indonesia
‘Take Part in: On Letting Leaf’ by Christian Purwadihardja, Indonesia
‘Design and Function by People (Users) for Designers, or Otherwise?’ by Muhammad Rifqi Fajri, Indonesia
‘Profile: Rewriting Oh Hong Boen’ by Putty Dewikarina, Indonesia
‘Bookshelf: More than What is Served’ by Sheere Ng, Singapore

Colophon
Edited by Januar Rianto with IJ Palar and Putty Dewikarina
Designed by Each Other Company
Approx. 130 × 190mm, 160pp.
Printed with Risograph on certified, environmentally-friendly paper
First edition, June 2019
Second edition, November 2019

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