By January 14, 2013Design

Elizabeth Resnick has been an fervent advocate of graphic design as a tool for social and political agitation. She’s documented a wide range of material and organized three exhibitions on complementary themes over the past decade. The most recent, Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for a Digital Age 2001-2012, is set to open tomorrow at the Stephen B. Paine Gallery (click here for online gallery) , one of MassArt’s premiere display spaces. Steven Heller of Print Magazine recently interviewed Resnick for the exhibition brochure about the work, the response, and how these shows have already and will continue to impact designers and others.

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-Written by Steven Heller, Print Magazine