A Line Which Forms a Volume is a critical reader and symposium of graphic design-led research that is edited, written, designed and published by participants of the MA Graphic Media Design course at London College of Communication.

The issue enacts the variety of networks originating from MAGMD and deliberates dialogue between emergent and established research practices. To achieve this, the journey of the reader is kept in mind.
Participant contributions use graphic design as a tool to probe the complexities of contemporary culture. They interact with contributions from established practitioners like Matthew Stadler, David Benque, James Langdon, Gavin Wade, and Peter Nencini. In this process, lines connect and networks get activated.

I was the Editor for the second volume, working along with other MAGMD course participants and external advisors.

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