un / archive
Communication Design IV Project

The un / Archive publication is settled in the exploration of similarity relations between the past and the present, being that division a characteristic of the identity of such relation — emphasised by the partition of content in two distinct temporal periods.

A priThe first issue of this magazine, entitled “(War)drobe”, establishes a link between the unisex fashion of the 60s and 70s as a reaction to the feminism of the time, and the current genderless fashion emerging from the discussion generated by Judith Butler’s “Gender Trouble”, which refers to the abolition of genders.