MAS Context releases its fifteenth issue, VISIBILITY
© Anthony Burrill
Making visible the invisible. That was the title of our interview with interactive designer George Legrady published in our Information issue and the name of one of his most known projects. Conceived for the Seattle Public Library, it visualizes the circulation of books going in and out of the library’s collection.
This issue continues to make visible the invisible conditions present around us that inform the way we engage with the city. At the same time, we are bringing forgotten landscapes, hidden away systems and lost environments back to the forefront of the discussion, all of them significant in our history and waiting to be reexamined.
The fifteenth issue of the quarterly design journal MAS Context, VISIBILITY, is already out. All the content is available for free at www.mascontext.com, where you can order a printed copy of the journal and download the electronic version. Contributors to this issue include Jim Abele, Lorenz Bürgi, Chris Carlsson, Andrew Clark, Annette Ferrara, Iker Gil, Carolina González Vives, Pedro Hernández, Zahra Jewanjee, Jon Johnstone, David Karle, Manuel Lima, Joanna Livieratos, Pablo Martínez, Mark McGinnis, Richard Mosse, OMNIBUS, Antonio Petrov, Stefanie Posavec, Salottobuono, Mar Santamaría, Ya’el Santopinto, and Jonathan Wong. Guest cover designer is Anthony Burrill.
MAS Context, a quarterly journal created by MAS Studio, addresses issues that affect the urban context. Each issue delivers a comprehensive view of a single topic through the active participation of people from different fields and different perspectives who, together, instigate the debate. MAS Context is a not for profit organization based in Chicago, Illinois.