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10/14/2019 (02:25 am)

Sunday Brunch - Archive

For when u just gotta get outta there!

SEENMR - bone zone 3 am
Frank Ocean - Provider
ANDREW GOES TO HELL - Blockie
B L A C K K R A Y - CHOPPA SING LIKE VIOLINS (PROD JAYYEAH)
DJ Shoplift - DO YA JOB
SHUG- CABIN FULLof SNOW
LUTTO LENTO - MY NUMBER ONE HIGH
Ottonian - against the wall (break em up)
TEXTASY - Cursed Insane Drum Track (RIP EDIT)
ALDONA ORLOWSKA - NIE WIEM
MS JACKSON (TEXTASY EDIT)
GNOLI - Not The Same
AMADEEZY - Bass Boss
Turk Turkelton - Jersey Players

An homage: BIKE LANE 001

10/14/2019 (02:10 am)

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The Mushroom at the End of the World (2015)

Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

09/24/2019 (10:12 pm)

Notes

the question you posed at the end of your note were quite interesting,

- Putting your work online is the first move. Then what?
- Website views are surfaces of windows into a deep pool of content. How many do you have and how dense are they? can you open them?

i’m about to be finished w/ the mushroom at the end of the world. It’s been quite moving observing the fungal networks created by the matsutake. It’s site specificity and capacity for sustaining life is a quite apt metaphor with many of the ambitions we have expressed in the past and discuss irl. The role of our production is not necessarily a pursuit of an end product, but also a concern w/ the process's residual, and network it sustains (for now, just the two of us).

ur window/pool metaphor seems to allude to what lurks at in the depths of a website, which is probably the network the site relies on (one that is most likely to be human, although I wonder if there are any non-human entities that exists inside, independent of the labor of the machines that dutifully serve content back to us?).

i’ve recently been paying quite a bit of attention to trust berlin, web of trust, and the reading group associated w/ it. it’s digital presence is quite sincere (?) and i'm currently working up the courage to draft an email to see if there are ways for me to participate remotely.

i think what has attracted me to the groups model is the residual left by their activity, in the same way a mushrooms activity can support a network of plants of different species. web of trusts residual content leaves a space for someone like me to explore and discover.

this avenue of thought somehow leads back to the role of an archivist or librarian which seems to be a new model for designers looking to engage is some sort of practice that provides a more stable foundation for us to continue working on top of (I'm thinking of: Mindy Sue, Folder Studio, Nicole Killian, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Sara Kaaman, David Reinfurt's research on Muriel Cooper). i think there is a part of me that fears this characterization in its potential passivity (for myself, not for any of the aforementioned designers, their's is a position of extreme generosity, their time is leveraged in the uncovering of fading links to our past)

The question I have for our case and process specifically, is if u are documenting something for the purpose of re-establishing some foundational aspect of a praxis, does it need to exist in the past? Is depth useful if it can not only be traversed as a ruin of an action. Perhaps it is necessary for depth to also exist as an exercise in potential. i think project name has the ability to develop this approach. u are right, it is all about positioning. While we have yet to put any of our own work online I think the 'then what' seems to be the most pressing matter. Our foundation should be one that actively engages w/ its own growth, any history matched with an equally developed production of a 'future'. It's depths transparently placed to be engaged w/ as seamlessly as it's surface.

09/22/2019 (04:29 pm)

Past/Current Projects

2019

Industry Plant

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GrayBits (Verison 3)

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Chicago Architecture Biennial (2019-2020)

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Dylan Pearce (Portfolio)

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Marlborough Gallery

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STUDIO V Architecture

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Partisan Records

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Vance Wellenstein (Portfolio)

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Richard Phillip Smith (Portfolio)

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Poems for Impending Doom

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Caroline Kunka (Portfolio)

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First Last

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2018

Windows 16 Gallery

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ARTHUR - Trilogy

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Press Press Online Archive

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Gray Organschi Architecture

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Single Thread Farms

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Fleisher/Ollman Gallery

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Type & Interaction: Skills

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Design Practice of Kia Tasbihgou

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Open Sessions

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All Work No Play

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Spellbinder - Ippolit

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Sitcom - Be The One You Love Album Release

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Lever Architecture

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Art In The Age of the Internet

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2017

Stay in ur lane broke boi

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Colin Klockner Portfolio

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Still Fuzz Press Release

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Quincy Hammond Portfolio

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Adam Amram Portfolio

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Besan Khamis Portfolio

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Moses Hammer

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Joel Evey Temp Site

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2016

Image Outliner

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Automation; [Application];

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Expressions of Doubt

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Daniel Santa Portfolio

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Sebastian Ruiz Portfolio

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If I Ruled The World

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Moses the Murderer

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Drawing tool #1

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Drawing tool # 2

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O-WIP 2

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2015

O-WIP 1

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About

Rahul S. Shinde 🇮🇳

b. 1994

Communication designer & programmer currently located in Phila. PA

Contact: rsubhashshinde at gmail dot com

Current:
[ X ] Senior designer @ GrayBits
[ X ] Freelance (??? + Rahul S. Shinde)

Past:
[ ] Part time lecturer, Parsons MPS
[ ] Freelance w/ Studio LHOOQ, GrayBits, Pathh, independent

Education:
[ ] Typography Summer School NYC 2018
[ ] A School, A Park 2018
[ ] Maryland Institute College of Art, BFA in Graphic Design 2016