Amalgam is an ad hoc journal that explores the intersection of typography, language, and the visual arts through transdisciplinary projects and speculative proposals from invited contributors, organized around thematic propositions. Dimensions:6.5 x 9 in, 190 pages Materials: Bound publication
Pouya Ahmadi (Rogers Park)
Pouya is a designer, artist, and educator whose practice explores the intersection of publishing, language, and notions of hybridity through projects that examine and materialize the sociocultural conditioning of displaced bodies and the liminal states they traverse. He is interested in modes of production and dissemination that can engage and articulate layered and multivalent identities, both individual and collective.
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