Paul Goodrich
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Paul Goodrich
Paul Goodrich is interested in the cheapness and accessibility of graphic design through the use of printed materials. His graphic design work investigates resistance found in production processes, people’s relation to place, and circumstance.  In 2012, he published the Delray Open Archive, which led to him receiving a research grant by Wayne State University to initiate Roaming Press (2013) with Andrew Jensen. Together, with Eva Zielenski, they have created two site-specific publications on printers powered via car battery: R' Wood, which examines the town of Ravenswood, West Virginia and the second, Printing Black, which explores printing process and distribution.  Paul also designs the photography publication Stand Quarterly and sporadically works under the name re/de/form.
 

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01. Also Known As (co-written with Eva Zielinski) issue 14: February 2015