Superstructures explores the role of the city as an infrastructure for language, and vice versa
Experimental Jetset’s second volume in their self-reflective series is an inquiry into the role of the city as an infrastructure for language and vice versa, through the lens of four significant movements: Constructivism, Situationist International, Provo and Post-Punk.
Emerging from a research project and exhibition by the world-renowned design studio, the book features extensive footnotes by 20 guest authors, including Linda van Deursen, Owen Hatherley, Adam Pendleton, Simon Reynolds, Lori Waxman and Mimi Zeiger. In addition, it comes with a 26-page zine, zooming in on the design typology of Experimental Jetset’s original exhibition.
110mm x 180mm