"Data used to be physical. In an era when 1s and 0s seem to hover above our heads, 'Print Punch' returns to the heyday of the punch card – to a time when you could touch (and punch) data. The aesthetics of this early move towards automation represent a unique moment in our history, when we designed for machines instead of human beings. [...] Now obsolete, punch cards were the primary method of data storage and processing from the 1890s until the late 1970s."

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