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Graphic Design Workshops
Charlotte Cheetham
manystuff.org

Topics:
- reinterpretation of history
- rewriting of scenarios
- fiction, hijack…
- versions

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Atlas mnemosyne, Aby Warburg

— 2 years ago

One possible catalogue
KASK, Gent, 02/2012

Students were tasked - from an exhibition catalogue - to invent a new exhibition catalogue, and thus an exhibition project.

From a catalogue of their choice, and with imagination, and an erudite approach to research and documentation, students developed a context, a process, hypotheses, and new connections in order to re-create a catalogue of one possible exhibition.

They wrote the narration of a new exhibition from the first catalogue material (text, photos, illustrations, graphic design, etc.) and led new associations (new narrative, graphic design reinterpretation, texts and images adding, etc.) in order to open the possibles. 

The formatting of the catalogues - written, documented and illustrated - were free and incarnate the “story” of the fictional exhibition.

go to: Kask workshop page

— 2 years ago

A fictional history of graphic designwith Pierre Vanni
Sint-Lucas, Gent, 02/2012

Students were tasked to invent a new history of graphic design, to reinterpret past events, to rewrite an anecdote. 

About a long or short period, about a large evolution or more precise facts, they “wrote” a new “scenario” in order to open graphic design knowledge, they lead new associations in order to open the possibles.

With imagination, and an erudite approach to research and documentation, students developed hypotheses, invented new connections and attempted to break with the History of graphic design.

The formatting of these stories, written, documented and illustrated, was in the form of a printed and bound publication in paperback/pocket-book; all of these publications compose a collection of graphic design Histories.

go to: Sint-Lucas workshop page

— 2 years ago