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Further Reading Print No.2: Boundaries

In the second issue of Further Reading print, we aim to identify and examine the boundaries—inside and around each one of us—that have shaped our practices, our surroundings, the topics that we deal with everyday as well as the ways we navigate ourselves.

At the time when openness and disruption have been presented more often than not around many practices and efforts; we see it is just the right time to take a look at the merging and emerging lines that circle around the matters that are surrounding us.

Through ‘Boundaries’, we are keen to discuss the subjects of borderlines between areas or fields; points of contact where disciplines integrate with each other and/or expand over one another; measurements that are used to determine and/or evaluate values and practice; along with the influences that are impacting our everyday lives.

Contents
‘Prologue’ by Debbie Tea, Indonesia
‘Being Embodied’ by Candy Anthrasal, Indonesia
‘The Future is New and the Past is Too’ by Chiquita Kusumahadi, Indonesia
‘On the Property of Creativity’ by Fathina Rukandi, Indonesia
‘External Assessment Summer School: An Experiment in Design Pedagogy’ by Vanessa Ban, Singapore
‘Dark Days’ by Prem Krishnamurthy, USA/Germany
‘Name Laundering’ by Irwan Ahmett & Tita Salina, Indonesia
‘The Smallest Publication on Earth’ by Hanna Bergman, Denmark
‘Fake Books’ by Display Distribute, Hong Kong
‘Bookshelf: SECOND(hand)MOUNTAIN(fortress)’ by Display Distribute, Hong Kong
‘On The Placeness of the Non-Contact Era: IKEA’s Boundary-Transcending Leifarne Chair’ by Ju Hee Hong, UK/South Korea
‘Between the Lines of Real-time and Facetime’ by Victoria Simansjah, Indonesia
‘In Google We Trust’ by Alix Stria, Germany
‘Thinking Time in 2020’ by Lim Sheau Yun, Malaysia
‘Ang Duhol ng Walang Hanggan’ by Alfred Marasigan, Philippines
‘In Search of Containment’ by Sarah Inas, Indonesia
‘The Culinary Trip Always Ends at Colonel Sanders’ by Chris Bunjamin, Australia
‘Spatially Bounded’ by Vania Djunaidi, Australia
‘Disaster Body’ by Samuel Tan, Singapore
‘Discourse: Student’s Home Workspace Tour’ with Fiorent Fernisia, Indonesia
‘Profile: Blueprint for the Future’ by Almer Mikhail, Indonesia
‘Appendix: (Un)Learn Asia Toolkit’ by DUMPLING, Hong Kong

Colophon
Edited by Januar Rianto with Almer Mikhail
Designed by Each Other Company with assistance from Kyla Arsadjaja
Approx. 130 × 190mm, 168pp. (with inserts)
Printed with Risograph on certified, environmentally-friendly paper
First edition, October 2020

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