Rough Cuts: Media and Design in Process

August 7th, 2012

The current cluster of The New Everyday is titled, “Rough Cuts: Media and Design in Process.” The curator, Kari Kraus, describes the cluster like so: “The architect Christopher Alexander once said that design is but ‘a residue of the all important process.’ This cluster views the creative process through the scrim of drafts, sketches, mock-ups, rough cuts, and prototypes—the secondary output of art and design.”

Together with my piece, “Writing with Sound,” the cluster includes work by Katharine Beutner, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Nicholas Chen, Christy Dena, Rachel Donahue, Ken Eklund, Jason Farman, Ann Fraistat, Oliver Gaycken, Matthew Kirschenbaum, Henry Lowood, Nick Montfort, Rick Prelinger, Ernesto Priego, Rita Raley, Gabriela Redwine, Mark Sample, Rita Shewbridge, Amanda Visconti, Greg Walsh, Joshua Weiner, and Marc Ruppel.

Enjoy! And thanks to Kraus—as well as Nick Mirzoeff at The New Everyday—for all of their hard work.