GRAPHITE ISSUE VI
GRAPHITE ISSUE V
GRAPHITE ISSUE IV
With the 2012-2013 theme “Movement”, GRAPHITE’s fourth issue explores the past and present dynamics of our political, cultural, and conceptual lives through content including interviews with Brennan Gerard and Miranda July, essays on Arakawa+Gins and David Foster Wallace as well as artwork from undergraduate and graduate students around the globe. GRAPHITE 4 is currently available for purchase in the Hammer Museum Store and as a downloadable PDF here.
GRAPHITE ISSUE III
History is shaped by the preservation or destruction of culture. Fragments of the past–art, literature, music, mathematical and scientific discoveries, people and places, and shared experience compose our cultural consciousness. Just as historical archives inspire what we create today, what we choose to archive inspires future innovations. Past, present, and future are thus inexorably linked in the notion of “The Archival,” GRAPHITE’s theme for the 2011-2012 school year. GRAPHITE 3 is currently available for purchase in the Hammer Museum Store and and as a downloadable PDF here.
GRAPHITE ISSUE II
What is that keeps us eternally fascinated with endings? This is the question that launched the direction of the second edition of GRAPHITE, published in June 2011, in which we explore our role in the world philosophically, historically, and aesthetically. It is available for purchase at the Hammer Museum Store and as a downloadable PDF here.
GRAPHITE ISSUE I
The first edition of GRAPHITE was published in June 2010 and is no longer available for purchase. However, it is still available as a downloadable PDF here. The theme, “Through What Lens” was inspired by the questions our contributors ask in their seemingly disparate works that collectively encourage us to re-examine our personal viewpoints along with those of our time’s greatest minds.