A Physical Book for a Digital Space

Is a social design solution, created and curated by Connie to digitally archive publications made by 3rd year IABA students at Kingston School of Art. Aware that process books and artist publications are often only seen at degree shows and niche book stores, Connie wanted to create a solution to exhibiting IABA graduate work to the public, hoping to engage a wider audience in critical discussions surrounding design. The project was inspired by her final year dissertation at Kingston School of Art: ‘It’s Not Nice That: To what extent has the internet impacted design criticism’. This resulted in a 2 colour risographed, double edge, spiral binded book that exhibited well known pieces of art and the internet’s critique on them. 

To view the curated collection on Instagram @l0ts0fb00ks