Silvio Lorusso’s work focuses on the cultures and rhetorical regimes embedded in techno-social systems. His practice combines various media such as video, websites, artist’s books, installations, lectures. This activity is further stimulated by writing essays, curating exhibitions and organizing public programs. In 2018 he published his first book entitled Entreprecariat (Onomatopee, English; Krisis, Italian). Silvio Lorusso is an assistant professor and vice-director of the Center for Other Worlds at the Lusófona University in Lisbon, a creative coding tutor at the Royal Academy
of Art at The Hague and a lecturer at the Design Department of the Sandberg Institute. He is a member of Varia, the Center for Everyday Technology, as well as part of the editorial board of Italian graphic design magazine Progetto Grafico. His work has been presented at, among other venues, MaXXI, Rome; Transmediale, Berlin; The Photographers’ Gallery, London; Kunsthalle Wien. His writing has appeared in several magazines and publications, including Volume, Real Life Magazine, Not, Modes of Criticism.
Learn to Code vs. Code to Learn
Creative Coding Beyond the Economic Imperative
Published in 2022 and already out of print, the book Graphic Design in the Post-Digital Age is currently being reprinted. To celebrate this upcoming return to bookstores, we are publishing an excerpt…