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  • Christoph Ramisch (Ed)

    Daidalos Nr 22-23

  • Hella Gerlach

    Gelenkstellen - Loose Joints

  • Grant H. Kester

    Beyond the Sovereign Self. Aesthetic Autonomy from the…

  • Jana Müller

    Jana Müller. Falscher Hase / Mock Rabbit

  • Francois Dupuis-Déri, Benjamin Pillet (…

    Anarcho-Indigenism. Conversations on Land and Freedom

  • Editors for this issue: Ariane Müller,…

    Starship 20

  • Achille Mbembe


  • Léa Perraudin, Clemens Winkler, Claudia…

    Material Trajectories. Designing With Care?

  • Chus Martínez

    The Complex Answer. On Art as a Nonbinary Intelligence

  • Kader Attia, Anselm Franke, Ana…

    White West: Fascism, Unreason, and the Paradox of Modernity

  • Aleksandra Kedziorek

    CIAM ARCHIPELAGO. The Letters by Helena Syrkus

  • Anna Kornbluh

    Immediacy, Or, The Style of Too Late Capitalism

  • Georgina Voss

    Systems Ultra. How Things, People, and Ideas Connect in a…

  • Piet Eckert, Wim Eckert (Hg.)

    Ontologie der Konstruktion. Raumwirkung in der Architektur

  • Gabrielle Schaad, Torsten Lange (eds.)

    archithese reader: Critical Positions in Search of…

  • Kersten Geers, Jelena Pancevac (eds.)

    Giancarlo de Carlo. Experiments in Thickness

  • Lauren Berlant

    Grausamer Optimismus

  • Robert Klanten, Mario Depicolzuane (Hg.)

    Designing Brands. A Collaborative Approach To Creating…

  • Joanna Zylinska

    The Perception Machine

  • Alessandro Ludovico

    Tactical Publishing

  • Aaron Betsky

    The Monster Leviathan. Anarchitecture

  • Jason McBride

    Eat Your Mind. The Radical Life and Work of Kathy Acker

  • Nóra Ó Murchú, Janez Fakin Janša (Eds.)

    A Short Incomplete History of Technologies That Scale

  • Ingo Niermann

    The Monadic. Age Notes on the Coming Social Order

  • Dennis Pohl

    Building Carbon Europe

  • Julieta Aranda, Kaye Cain-Nielsen,…

    Wonderflux - A Decade of e-flux Journal

  • Regine Ehleiter, Clio Nicastro, titre…

    HaFI 020: Erika Runge: Überlegungen beim Abschied von der…

  • Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Tom Holert

    HaFI 019: Natascha Sadr Haghighian: Was ich noch nicht…

  • Sónia Vaz Borges, Madeleine Bernstorff…

    HaFI 018: Skip Norman: On Africa

  • Clémentine Deliss

    Skin in the Game

  • Peter G. Rowe, Yoeun Chung

    Design Thinking and Storytelling in Architecture

  • Richard Weller

    To the Ends of the Earth. A Grand Tour for the 21st Century

  • François J. Bonnet, Bartolomé Sanson (…

    Spectres IV. A Thousand Voices / Mille Voix

  • Edited by Jolanthe Kugler and Scott…

    Keep it Flat. A little history on flat earth

  • Edited by Jolanthe Kugler and Scott…

    Objective: Earth - Designing our Planet

  • Daniel Martin Feige, Sandra Meireis (Hg…

    Ästhetik und Architektur

  • Luis Manuel Garcia-Mispireta

    Together, Somehow. Music, Affect, and Intimacy on the…

  • Arnold Aronson

    Fifty Key Theatre Designers

  • Quentin Stevens, Kim Dovey

    Temporary and Tactical Urbanism: (Re)assembling Urban Space

  • Flavien Menu (Ed.)


  • Angelika Burtscher, Daniele Lupo

    AS IF - 16 Dialogues about Sheep, Black Holes, and Movement…

  • Anna Unterstab

    Design intersektional unter die Lupe nehmen. Gestaltung als…

  • Silvio Lorusso

    What Design Can't Do. Essays on Design and Disillusion

  • OASE Journal for Architecture #116

  • Lena Enne

    Everyday Urban Design 8. Anmeldung not possible. Das…

  • Ruth Duma-Coman

    Everyday Urban Design 7. Der translokale Gebrauch des…

  • Andrew Berardini


  • Heinz Hirdina, Achim Trebeß, Stiftung…

    Theorie und Geschichte des Designs 2. Reaktionen auf die…

  • Heinz Hirdina, Achim Trebeß, Stiftung…

    Theorie und Geschichte des Designs 1 Einführung / Italien…

  • Lukas Feireiss, Florian Hadler (Hg)

    Weak Signals. New Narratives in Art and Technology

  • dérive

    dérive N° 94, Wohnungslosigkeit beenden (Jan-Mär 2024).…

  • raumlaborberlin

    Polylemma. raumlaborberlin

  • IDEA Magazine

    IDEA 404. Co-creation between AI and US

  • Johanna Mehl, Carolin Höfler (Eds)

    Attending [to] Futures. Matters of Politics in Design…

  • Talja Blokland

    Gemeinschaft als urbane Praxis

  • Deirdre Loughridge

    Sounding Human. Music and Machines, 1740/2020

  • Claudia Hummel, Valeria Fahrenkrog,…

    Berliner Hefte zu Geschichte und Gegenwart der Stadt #10.…

  • Lukas Brecheler, Lionel Esche


  • Gianpaolo Tucci

    Aesthetics Imperfections. How AI is Changing the Landscape…

  • Gary Zhexi Zhang

    Catastrophe Time!

  • Pier Vittorio Aureli

    Architecture and Abstraction

  • Ina Wudtke

    Black Studium. A Tribute to Fasia Jansen, Hilarius Gilges…

  • Małgorzata Bartosik

    Bronisław Zelek. In the letter wonderland

  • Lorraine Daston

    Regeln. Eine kurze Geschichte

  • Bernadette Krejs

    Instagram Wohnen

  • Myria Georgiou

    Being Human in Digital Cities

  • Francesca Ferrando

    The Art of Being Posthuman: Who Are We in the 21st Century?

  • Felix Dreesen, Stephan Thierbach


  • Loretta Lees, Tom Slater, Elvin Wyly (…

    The Planetary Gentrification Reader

  • Penny Lewis, Lorens Holm, Sandra Costa…

    Architecture and Collective Life

  • Anthony Brand

    Touching Architecture. Affective Atmospheres and Embodied…

  • Sarah Pink, Vaike Fors, Debora Lanzeni…

    Design Ethnography: Research, Responsibilities and Futures

  • Marcelo López-Dinardi

    Architecture from Public to Commons

  • Edna Bonhomme, Alice Spawls (Eds)

    After Sex

  • Philipp Oswalt

    Bauen am nationalen Haus. Architektur als Identitätspolitik

  • Samuel Clowes Huneke

    A Queer Theory of the State

  • Megan Francis Sullivan

    Megan Francis Sullivan. Oral History of Exhibitions

  • Bruno Munari

    Bruno Munari. Fantasia. Erfindung, Kreativität und…

  • Simone Jung, Steffi Hobuß, Sven Kramer

    Öffentlichkeiten zwischen Fakt und Fiktion.

  • Ben Schwartz (ed)

    UNLICENSED. Bootlegging As a Creative Practice

  • Rick Poynor

    Why Graphic Culture Matters

  • Katharina Sussek, Jens Müller

    PUMA - The Graphic Heritage

  • Jens Müller (Hg)

    ZDF TV+Design. Sechs Jahrzehnte Fernseh- und Corporate…

  • Roger Behrens, Jonas Engelmann, Frank…

    testcard #27. Rechtspop

  • Jonathan Cary

    Tricks of the Light. Essays on Art and Spectacle

  • Monica Ponce De Leon (Ed.)

    Lina Bo Bardi. Material Ideologies

  • Ghislaine Leung


  • Samia Henni (Hg)

    Deserts Are Not Empty

  • Rizvana Bradley

    Anteaesthetics. Black Aesthesis and the Critique of Form

  • Nerea Calvillo

    Aeropolis. Queering Air in Toxicpolluted Worlds

  • George Papam, David Bergé (Eds.)

    Islands After Tourism. Escaping the Monocultures of Leisure

  • Sofia Grigoriadou, Eliana Otta, David…

    Urban Lament. Collective Expressions of Pain, Rage, and…

  • Mark Manders

    Mark Manders. House With All Existings Words

  • Peter Mörtenböck, Helge Mooshammer

    In/formal Marketplaces. Experiments with Urban…

  • Jakob Claus, Petra Löffler (Eds.)

    Records of Disaster. Media Infrastructures and Climate…

  • George Brugmans

    Down To Earth. Designing For The Endgame

  • Eric Frijters, Matthijs Ponte (Eds.)

    The City as a System. Metabolic Design for New Urban Forms…

  • Hans-Christian Dany, Valérie Knoll

    No Dandy, No Fun. Looking Good as Things Fall Apart

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IDEA 404. Co-creation between AI and US

Print media has always evolved, and constantly embraced technology along with industrial development the spread of Gutenberg’s letterpress printing, the invention of photographic technology, the introduction of the Xerox copies, and the popularization of the personal computer and DPT. These developments brought with them new forms of expression, a reflection of the aesthetics and values applicable to their periods, and established a framework for what we now call graphic design.

The rapid computerization of society that started with the internet has led some to question the open adoption of technology. The multitude of emerging digital tools has freed up opportunity for more liberal expression; we are now faced with the fact that anyone can achieve a reasonably high level of perfection in their output with these tools, and we now have a negative situation. There’s a lack of physicality, a simplification of forms of expression … the debate about what creativity is, and the ideas of those who imagine a confrontation might be rooted in an anxiety toward change in industrial structures: one where technology replaces human roles.

In the same way that the internet and smartphones have become a natural part of our lives, it won’t be long before AI will permeate to all corners of our lives, and even become indispensable in the creative fields as well. With the push for a more efficient society with the introduction of AI, what roles do the people responsible for expression play? How will the design profession change? This feature takes these questions as a starting point for discussion surrounding trends in AI and visual expression.

IDEA Magazine
IDEA 404. Co-creation between AI and US
Seibundo Shinkosha, 2023, IDEA404 2023.12
36,00 €