Paul Elliman

Self-trained designer. He has taught graphic design at the Central St. Martins School of Art; the University of East London; the University of Texas at Austin, the School of Art at Yale University, New Haven. He is a contributor to FUSE, an electronic type publication. Founder of www.otherschools.com. Recent work involves collaboration with groups and individuals, including product and graphic designers, engineers, architects and the cycling activists Critical Mass. Paul Elliman has a regular column in IDEA magazine, contributes to Eye, dot dot dot, and Tate Etc.

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Screens of all sorts, their histories and their metaphors are approached in this theoretical discussion which take on the panopticon, Clinton’s inauguration and the largest movie screen in the world.
Essays · 29 November 2004 · English · 1675 words