Designer and writer Adrian Shaughnessy’s weekly programme discussing issues surrounding design.
Adrian Shaughnessy talks to Jon Wozencroft who runs the multimedia publishing company Touch, which he describes as a “an alternative vision of audio-visual publishing.” Artists who Wozencroft works with at Touch include: Oren Ambarchi, Biosphere, Fennesz and Phil Niblock. After attending the London College of Printing, Wozencroft worked as a freelance writer, designer, editor and programme-maker. In 1986 he was invited by Neville Brody to be the author the book The Graphic Language of Neville Brody. It was published in April 1988, and a major exhibition of the same name was held at The Victoria and Albert Museum which Wozencroft co-curated with Brody. In 1990, they started the FUSE project, of which Wozencroft is the editor. He is currently Senior Tutor in the Communication Art and Design Department at the Royal College of Art.