Amalgam is an ad hoc journal that explores the intersection of typography, language, and power through transdisciplinary projects and speculative proposals from invited contributors organized around thematic propositions. It traces contemporary discourses around typographic manifestations of multiplicity, hybridity, intersectionality, and identity. It brings together a group of artists and designers thinking together across disciplinary boundaries about the mutability of language, the instability of communication, and the prospects for equitable futures.
- Designer and Editor
- Pouya Ahmadi