Re-Circulation is the name of The Rhode Island School of Design’s 2019 MFA Graphic Design Thesis Exhibition. This show harnesses the diversity of our backgrounds and engages media in different modes of circulation, with a varying range of intention, purpose, scale, and audience. From the exhibition website (check it out!):
All design is essentially an act of circulation, a cyclical practice of knowledge distribution — we read, experience, and interpret. Circulation determines the way an idea is shared, how a message goes out into the world, and how others receive, respond to, and interact with it. Information is transferred from the public, to the designer, and back to the public.
Re-Circulation was designed collectively by the RISD MFA class of 2019. All typography, both in the exhibition and online, uses a single font: Cotham Sans Regular.