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Brasilia #7

220 x 285 mm, 132 pages (bilingual German & English)
Hanover, Germany
First published in 2014
Editors: Vivian Dehning, Nora Depner, Max Heinemann, Patrycja Kopinska and Gesa Krieter
Art director: Vivian Dehning

Produced by students and staff of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover, Brasilia is a themed magazine dedicated to design and designers and ‘everyone that feels at home in that environment.’

This issue is themed ‘Togetherseparate’ and traces collective and collaborative design practices, asking, ‘What happens when ingrained forms of togetherness are
suspended? When algorithms, filter bubbles and right-wing conspiracy propaganda suggest proximity, but actually separate us from each other more than ever?’

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