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LINK Journal is a trans-disciplinary journal exploring [in-between] spaces, modes of communication, and translations within creative practices.

LINK Journal

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LINK Journal aims to articulate, visualise and communicate the multiple layers of information that surrounds us, enabling a platform that is inclusive of different spectrum of thought. It opens up conversations with individuals and forward thinkers working towards change.

LINK Journal will explore through an experimental methodology the meaning of this age of entanglement, our online-led physical connectivity in society, and the existing languages to communicate and make information visible. It will make a projection of tomorrow’s in-between spaces by sharing emerging topics within the areas of design practice and material futures.

LINK Journal's first issue analyses the nature of information and its physical embodiment through the lens of creative disciplines. It explores the changing materiality of digital systems and the impact of the interdependency between physical and digital spaces. This first issue will showcase a unique creative collective of practitioners and creatives from around the world to address a variety of topics;

- Materiality of digital systems
- Exchanges of information mediated by the physical environment
- Transparency of processes within creative project development
- Embodied methodologies of digital environments

LINK Journal is to be an open-source editorial, with a to-be published documentation of the process, highlighting the emergent narratives of 2020.


LINK is a creative collaboration between designers Veronica Tran and Julia Bertolaso, who met during their post-graduate studies in ‘Design for Emergent Futures’ at IaaC. By merging Veronica's background in visual and interaction design and Julia's background in interior and spatial design, LINK formed a unique hybrid profile to explore the common themes between those disciplines and chosen topics. Those exchanges led them both to create and initiate this project to produce LINK Journal.