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Cubic Journal Issue #5 Alternative Knowledges

+++Communities - Creativity - Narration+++

+++Peter Benz, Huaxin & Justin Chiu-Tat Wong+++

ISBN 978-94-92852-63-2
Price € 25,00
Issue editors Peter Benz, Huaxin Wei & Justin Chiu-Tat Wong
Operational editor Gerhard Bruyns
Copy editor Chan Nin
Design Daniel Echeverri
Number of pages 150
Book size 20 x 26 cm
Binding Softcover
Language English 
Release date Fall 2022
Publisher Jap Sam Books
Co-publisher Jap Sam Books The Honk Kong Polytechnic University Environmental & Interior Design School of Design
Made possible with the support of Cubic Society, and Cubic Research Network

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Our call accepts that there may be an infinite number of equally valid, but possibly less accessible – or merely accessible by certain communities – knowledge systems, much like concurrent physics is considering the existence of a multiverse of parallel universes.

A peer-reviewed journal published in conjunction with Cubic Society and Cubic Research Network

| An academic discussion within the pursuit of advancing knowledge via design disciplines

| A reflection on the existence of different knowledge forms

Many knowledge forms are predominantly practical in nature and aligned with creative practices in the arts. The arts themselves are alternative knowledge systems on their own right. When conventional formats have exhausted their possibilities, creative workers like artists and designers create a space for exchange between themselves and their audience. Creative production is thus about making previously inaccessible knowledge available by giving it form. This issue is a reflection on the different knowledge forms that are informed, established and passed on within communities in non-academic ways. The featured contributions seek to experiment with narrative forms, recombine research materials, represent public communities and integrate algorithmic principles to uncover the unseen.

www.cubicjournal.org

 

Communities - Creativity - Narration

Peter Benz, Huaxin & Justin Chiu-Tat Wong

$28.00

Cubic Journal Issue #5 Alternative Knowledges

Communities - Creativity - Narration

Peter Benz, Huaxin & Justin Chiu-Tat Wong

$28.00

Design / New titles / Theory

ISBN 978-94-92852-63-2
Price € 25,00
Issue editors Peter Benz, Huaxin Wei & Justin Chiu-Tat Wong
Operational editor Gerhard Bruyns
Copy editor Chan Nin
Design Daniel Echeverri
Number of pages 150
Book size 20 x 26 cm
Binding Softcover
Language English 
Release date Fall 2022
Publisher Jap Sam Books
Co-publisher Jap Sam Books The Honk Kong Polytechnic University Environmental & Interior Design School of Design
Made possible with the support of Cubic Society, and Cubic Research Network

Our call accepts that there may be an infinite number of equally valid, but possibly less accessible – or merely accessible by certain communities – knowledge systems, much like concurrent physics is considering the existence of a multiverse of parallel universes.

A peer-reviewed journal published in conjunction with Cubic Society and Cubic Research Network

| An academic discussion within the pursuit of advancing knowledge via design disciplines

| A reflection on the existence of different knowledge forms

Many knowledge forms are predominantly practical in nature and aligned with creative practices in the arts. The arts themselves are alternative knowledge systems on their own right. When conventional formats have exhausted their possibilities, creative workers like artists and designers create a space for exchange between themselves and their audience. Creative production is thus about making previously inaccessible knowledge available by giving it form. This issue is a reflection on the different knowledge forms that are informed, established and passed on within communities in non-academic ways. The featured contributions seek to experiment with narrative forms, recombine research materials, represent public communities and integrate algorithmic principles to uncover the unseen.

www.cubicjournal.org