Graphics go beyond modern
This essay gives a new interpretation of recent years and how images have modified our relationship with graphics, whether they are used in advertising, a catalogue or on a surface. Marco Privato clearly suggests to what extent our relationship with visual communication should not be underestimated in order to understand how modern thought has been surpassed.
Sometimes difficult to understand, at others so clear that they are absorbed without thought, the graphics that the author reveals are those that some of us are bombarded with daily, while for others they are an excellent source of professional reflection.
One hopes that after reading this short text we will look at an object, a magazine or a piece of ceramic in different way, generating new ideas for the future.
Douglas Gordon 'Pretty much every film and video work from about 1992 until now...';
Kendell Geers - FuckFace, 2007, c-print. Photo: Lydie Nesvadba. Courtesy: Galleria Continua, San Gimignano / Beijing / Le Moulin and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London;
Heman Chong - Untitled (Paperback Covers #01), 2006. Bound books and book jackets of paper, laser-print on jackets, acrylic frames, 128 x 100 cm. Courtesy of Heman Chong & Vitamin Creative Space;
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