Mindy Seu is a designer and educator residing in Los Angeles Brooklyn San Francisco Chicago. She currently works at 2x4 and formerly taught Interactive 2 at California College of the Arts. In the fall, she will be a graduate student at the Harvard GSD.

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Teaching

Design for the Net is a teaching portal. Please visit to view class syllabi and workshop documentation.


Talk

Recontextualizing Type in Motion for Type@Cooper West's Summer Lecture Series at San Francisco Public Library.

Still from Myron Krueger's 1985 Videoplace


In collaboration with Lexi Visco, Publication Studio San Francisco is a laboratory for publication in its fullest sense — not just the production of books, but the production of a public. This public, which is more than a market, is created through physical production, digital circulation, and social gathering.

Website: Laurel Schwulst


Workshop

Bots & Automation workshop with Chris Hamamoto to identify, distribute, and create autpmation methods.

Pictured: Tests from Google Translate by participants Jimmy Don, Yasmeen Khaja, Jared Kitade


Talk

For Extended Modern Comfort at Ace Hotel Palm Springs, access to all of the 1950–1960s issues of Palm Springs Life culminated in an essay and lecture of recontextualized mid-century advertisements during Modernism Week.


Photo by Justin Kay


Workshop

Archival Club is a workshop series that highlights the contents of local libraries with neighboring academic institutions, co-led by Jon Gacnik.

First Archival Club Internet Archive Prelinger Library
Workshop

Coding from Life is a CSS still-life drawing exercise, adapted from Laurel Schwulst.

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Talk

CCA's Concept lecture series centered around analog and digital glitches, errors, aberrations, and the idea of translation and transference between digital and physical spaces.

Pictured: Evan Roth, James Whittle, Morehshin Allahyari, Noah Veltman

Photo by: David Asari


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Mindy Seu is a designer and educator residing in Los Angeles Brooklyn San Francisco Chicago. She currently works at 2x4 and formerly taught Interactive 2 at California College of the Arts. In the fall, she will be a graduate student at the Harvard GSD.

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This archival site for Avant Garde gives a comprehensive overview of the entire publication created by Ralph Ginzburg and Herb Lubalin from 1968–71.


Herb Lubalin Center Study Center
Dev: Jon Gacnik
Special Thanks: Alexander Tochilovsky


avantgarde.110west40th.com


Sweethearts is a digitization of Emmett Williams's 1968 concrete poem. Moving from right to left, the first portion is an erotic poem, while the second half displays a kinetic animation.



sweetheartsweetheart.com


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Recontextualizing Type in Motion for Type@Cooper West's Summer Lecture Series at San Francisco Public Library.

Still from Myron Krueger's 1985 Videoplace



In collaboration with Lexi Visco, Publication Studio San Francisco is a laboratory for publication in its fullest sense — not just the production of books, but the production of a public. This public, which is more than a market, is created through physical production, digital circulation, and social gathering.

Website: Laurel Schwulst



Archival Club is a workshop series that highlights the contents of local libraries with neighboring academic institutions.

Co-led with Jon Gacnik


first.archival.club


Coding from Life is a CSS still-life drawing exercise.

Adapted from Laurel Schwulst


CSS Still Life


Concept is lecture series centered around analog and digital glitches, errors, aberrations, and the idea of translation and transference between digital and physical spaces.




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