domingo, 16 de julio de 2017
The aesthetics of imagination in design #3
And as a stage for our meeting with the world (see Seel's concept), the pictogram is not only a more or less casual singular object struggling to be heard through the overload of information in contemporary society, it is also a device for proposing a model (in Aicher's sense) of the world or a process of cultural framing entailing a worldview that reaches into the symbolic sphere of possibilities. —Mads Nygaard Folkmann (2013). The aesthetics of imagination in design. MIT Pess.