Offscreen Mag

Unlike many taglines, Offscreen Magazine‘s summarises their interests well: The Human Side of Technology.

An independent print magazine, Offscreen examines how we shape technology and how technology shapes us. Founder Kai Brach wrote to me following coming across Offline Matters to see if I would contribute something for their new issue. Together, we decided to re-jig an excerpt from the book called ‘In Praise of Aiming Lower’, adapting it to the context of doing creative work during the pandemic.

What went to print was a treatise on the counter-cultural process of slowing down amongst increasing acceleration, titled ‘In Praise of Aiming (S)lower’.

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