Production of Place

  • University/School
    ArtCenter College of Design
  • Lead Designer(s)
    Lilian Pham
  • Design Team
    Instructor: Brad Bartlett; Co-Instructor: Charles Lin
  • Prize
    Emerging Graphic Designer of the Year / Winner in Graphic Design/Editorial

"Production of Place" reframes techno, and its adjacent electronic music, such as house and disco, as a form of Black cultural production. From the secret songs of the Underground Railroad to the discrete Chicago warehouse raves, “underground music” has always been rooted within Black culture. The chapters cover an extensive history of the transatlantic slave trade, Harlem Renaissance, Industrial Revolution, and Jamaican sound systems to represent how techno, house, and disco music created a sense of place for Black and Brown communities through rhythm and sound.

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