'd-act magazine' is a quarterly publication that portrays the creative practices done by Noam Youngrak Son.
Noam acts. The actions are meant to be Design based, done Daily, and Desirable.
Noam Youngrak Son inscribes myths for the underrepresented in various medium, from books to performances to 3d printed sextoys. They are excited about the unexpectedness that a well-designed fiction can open up, and critical political discussions that it may cultivate.
They use their capability as a designer to visualize and materialize the setup for the technological & ecological bodies in their fiction to play roles in.
Noam refuses to define one's gender as neither exclusively male nor female. In other words, Noam socially, culturally refuses to be neither male nor female. Noam refuses every norm of gender-binary. Noam’s identity as a queer person of color is one of the axes of their design practices.