Occasionally a palette of colors looks more impressive than the resulting painting, or a brush may take your breath away faster than the work of art it helped create. The same is true for design. The focus shifts from ‘how shall I represent something’ to the actual nature of the representation itself.
Ines Cox, a designer from Belgium, brings the volatile and seemingly unimportant steps of the digital process to the forefront, making a printed copy of highlighting, image export, saving, etc. Workshop participants will observe engaged on-screen interfaces from a different perspective and print them as posters, books, or magazines.
The workshop is well suited for both young and more experienced graphic designers.
Ines Cox is a Belgian graphic designer running her own independent studio in Antwerp. She has been collaborating with a wide variety of artists, institutions, and brands on both printed and digital matter. Ines teaches typography in the Graphic Design department of the Royal Academy in Antwerp, where she has also been a researcher.
The workshop will be held in English. Please note that translation will not be provided. Participants will work individually and have group discussions. Please make sure you bring a laptop with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign installed.
Apply before June 11. Contact Strelka's producer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.