Category Archives: Hypothesis

«Graphic design is a physical activity as well as a digital one»

«Reading Forms – http://readingforms.com – is a website curated by Yotam Hadar, a young Israeli graphic designer and is meant as a «depository of hyperlinks and images of graphic design exhibitions, and of other situations that are visually, thematically or

«Graphic design is a physical activity as well as a digital one»

«Reading Forms – http://readingforms.com – is a website curated by Yotam Hadar, a young Israeli graphic designer and is meant as a «depository of hyperlinks and images of graphic design exhibitions, and of other situations that are visually, thematically or

design as exhibition space

Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating conference, June 26 * (quotes taken from the conference. There will be a publication in Autumn/Winter 2012) «People who disagree with the exhibition of graphic design give the argument, among others, that graphic design is about

design as exhibition space

Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating conference, June 26 * (quotes taken from the conference. There will be a publication in Autumn/Winter 2012) «People who disagree with the exhibition of graphic design give the argument, among others, that graphic design is about

Cura. magazine

Research project | Free University of Bozen-Bolzano Cura. Magazine Making an Exhibition   «“Cura.” magazine – a quarterly that is part of a wider curatorial project – has launched, with its Spring/Summer 2012 issue, a new feature, Making an Exhibition,

Cura. magazine

Research project | Free University of Bozen-Bolzano Cura. Magazine Making an Exhibition   «“Cura.” magazine – a quarterly that is part of a wider curatorial project – has launched, with its Spring/Summer 2012 issue, a new feature, Making an Exhibition,

Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating

Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating Conference, June 26, 2012 Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating International conference Faculty of Design and Art Free University of Bozen-Bolzano The speakers include: Brave New Alps (Bianca Elzenbaumer, Fabio Franz), Charlotte Cheetham (Manystuff.org), Mieke Gerritzen (Museum of

Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating

Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating Conference, June 26, 2012 Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating International conference Faculty of Design and Art Free University of Bozen-Bolzano The speakers include: Brave New Alps (Bianca Elzenbaumer, Fabio Franz), Charlotte Cheetham (Manystuff.org), Mieke Gerritzen (Museum of

wonders revealed

0.005. DOCUMENTING Combine the urge to collect with the inclination to organize, and the resulting activity offers a unique assortment of scientific pretensions. In documenting, designers dutifully observe the minutiae of their efforts, recording with a detail-consciousness bordering on the

wonders revealed

0.005. DOCUMENTING Combine the urge to collect with the inclination to organize, and the resulting activity offers a unique assortment of scientific pretensions. In documenting, designers dutifully observe the minutiae of their efforts, recording with a detail-consciousness bordering on the

activating memories

«There is a text from André Lepecki [In the midst of the event: performance and the activation of memory in The Atlas Group Archive, The Atlas Group vol.1, 2004] in which he writes about activating the memory, instead of accepting

activating memories

«There is a text from André Lepecki [In the midst of the event: performance and the activation of memory in The Atlas Group Archive, The Atlas Group vol.1, 2004] in which he writes about activating the memory, instead of accepting

archives and entropy

  «The paper is to develop some ideas regarding the relationship between archives and entropy, with a particular focus on the way in which that relationship has played out in art since 1945. The archive is generally treated as an

archives and entropy

  «The paper is to develop some ideas regarding the relationship between archives and entropy, with a particular focus on the way in which that relationship has played out in art since 1945. The archive is generally treated as an