Jack Henrie Fisher

works within and across a range of technical platforms and institutional spaces. His reseach and design practice is focused on the political mediation of language and images as graphic design.

He is a partner in Other Forms, an office for design and publishing. Jack edits, designs, and publishes the extra-disciplinary multi-form design journal Counter-Signals. Issue 4, Identity is the Crisis, is now available, here.

Jack also produces, with Gene Booth, a fanzine and blog about constitutional intersections of writing and music: Dum Ditty Dum. A commentary on instances of spirals on album covers as the spirals of capitalism versus the spirals of the black jazz continuum is currently in development.

Jack is an associate professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he teaches classes on typography, publishing, the internet, politics, and other things. Jack is currently at work on a long-form illustrated history on the formal antagonism of the print medium with its commodity form. Also: historic visibilities of the revolutionary subject, to come.

For a free hypnosis session, write: jackhenriefisher@gmail.com