In Terms of Performance is a screen-based publication co-edited by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage and the Arts Research Center at UC Berkeley. The website’s form references the physical book, with recto and verso panels that alternately display text or images as the visitor moves through the publication’s entries. The website encourages other forms of reading and distribution by inviting visitors to select and download texts as dynamically generated PDFs.
A participatory identity for the Department of Architecture, Rhode Island School of Design, that allows students, faculty, and visitors to the school to make new marks on a stable underlying grid of letters using a custom drawing tool.
With Adam Lucas as LeClair Lucas
Photo courtesy Ultramoderne
A screen-based publication designed to accompany the exhibition Altered States: Etching in Late 19th-Century Paris at the RISD Museum. The publication provides multiple forms of navigation and wayfinding and places the extensive marginalia alongside the primary texts.
With Minkyoung Kim
Title type design by June Shin
Development by Standard Library
An exhibition at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. A custom steel structure places the In Terms of Performance publication in relationship to BAM’s digital archive.
Fabrication by Matthew Grandin and Evan Yee
Photo courtesy Object Studies