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In our current screen-saturated culture, we take in more information through visual means than at any point in history. The computers and smart phones that constantly flood us with images do more than simply convey information. They structure our relationship to information through graphical formats. Learning to interpret how visual forms not only present but produce knowledge, says Johanna Drucker, has become an essential contemporary skill.

Source: Graphesis — Johanna Drucker | Harvard University Press

One Response to “Graphesis — Johanna Drucker | Harvard University Press”

  1. Clare

    I have copy on ILL. It might be worth getting a copy for the AltLAB. I find her analysis very digestible and broadly relatable.

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