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Tittle: TRANSMISSION INSIDE OUT
Artists: John Dillard & Manuela Vilanova
Place: Antwerp, Belgium
Date. Mar 12 2020
John Dillard (Brooklyn, NY) and Manuela Vilanova (Antwerp, BE) collaborate on a single day, twelve-hour exhibition on March 12th, in conjunction with the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. A new territory is erected where life is given to the artificial and the only certainty is for change. Transgressive in nature, the works on display explore ephemerality, narratives of identity politics, means to freedom and inclusivity. A celebration of desire and imagination activated by the bodies in attendance.
Tittle: INFO TYPEFACE
Designers: Lamas Burgariotti
Category: Typography Design
Place: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date. Jan 2020
INFO DISPLAY is a contemporary pixel typeface that was designed to pair with INFO TEXT. It has a grid of two pixel modules, one more thin than the other. It can be used in a display mode for tittles, only in uppercase but also with an italic variation. In the other hand, INFO TEXT is a regular typeface, with a set of upper and lower case characters. It combines the sharpness of the digital design process with the elegance of a serif typeface, taken to the extremes through the monospaced limitations. The last font adjustments were made by Fer Cozzi. "Font in use" pieces were designed by Gonzalo Marin.
Tittle: OUR HANDS FOREVER DIRTY
Artists: Yorgos Maraziotis, Manuela Vilanova
Category: Poster Catalogue
Date. Nov 30 – Dec 02 2018
Our Hands Are Forever Dirty is a dialogical process between the artists Yorgos Maraziotis and Manuela Vilanova that commenced in the end of their MA studies at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp and is now taking the form of a multidisciplinary exhibition that is being presented in Koepelzaal OCMW Antwerpen, one of the city’s historic administration buildings.
Tittle: CHAI EDITORA
Editors: Soledad Urquía, Santiago La Rosa
Place: Córdoba, Argentina
Date. Aug 2019
CHAI is an independent Argentine publisher founded at the foot of the Córdoba mountains. The editor's goal is to find an outstanding contemporary narrative from around the world and translate it into Spanish. The catalog reflects the collection that we would like to have at home. More info at https://chaieditora.com/ Photos by Matias Quintana
Designer: Sebastián Raimondi
Based on the investigation of new techniques, artistic actions and innovative production processes, RAIMONDI mixes high-quality materials with non-conventional ones. His everyday clothes, made with haute couture techniques, show an identity that does not follow pre-established guidelines. RAIMONDI presents continuous collections, limited edition and genderless, true to its vision of the future.
Artist: Benjamin Pfau
Category: Editorial Design
Place: Berlin, Germany
Date. Feb 6 2020
Benjamin Pfau’s Isthmus is not necessarily a study of Bangkok itself, but it was made there. The images oscillate between the mantras of documentary practice and artistic preening, but are fragmented and one senses the unerring and perhaps more presciently, unnerving condition in which the photographs manifest Pfau’s clear dislocation to self, but also his environment. Photobook first edition of 1000. Softcover. 112 pages. 18 x 26 cm. Swiss binding (black thread stitching). Printed in Germany. Available at benjaminpfau.com/isthmus-book Photos by Matias Quintana.
Tittle: GET OUTLINED + TIME SPACE
Place: Paternal, Buenos Aires
Date. SS 2019/2020
Our first merch collection is divided in two lines "Time-Space" –a selection of Joaquín Burgariotti's drawings– and "Get Outlined" –a remake of selected famous paintings turned into Vicky Lamas's pixel brushes–. We designed t-shirts, fanzines, posters and tote bags. Apparel is currently available at lamasburgariotti.com/shop. Photos by Fer Valente.
Tittle: ARCHITECTURE FOR PLANTS
Curador: Juan García Mosqueda
Place: Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA)
Date. Ago 20 2019
We were invited for an special edition of Quick Tiny Shows to take a moment to closely observe different outstanding characteristics present in the plant world to later develop an object considering a new domestic relationship between humans and plants. We developed a wet digital fabric for the growth of moss and fungi, making the natural live in digital and vice versa. Photos by Fer Valente.
Tittle: BALAM #6 OPEN CALL
Editor: Luis Juárez
Category: Visual Campaign
Date. Aug–Nov 2019
Open call for BALAM Contemporary Photography Magazine Issue. Photographers and projects from all over the world are invited to rethink MESTIZX as it intersects with the mixture of lives present today. Open Call through @picter_com, Call closure November 2, 2019. APPLY NOW: https://contests.picter.com/balam-n6-mestizx
Tittle: ORO NEGRO
Curator: Laura Ojeda Bär
Place: Laboratorio Festival. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Date. Jan 22–23 2019
Oro Negro, an exhibition that was composed with a mix of material and digital pieces. The work compares the passage of states of matter (solid-liquid-gas) with the constant transformation from analog to digital in the current environment that surrounds us. Video: Esteban Blazquez / Photos: Sergio Bosco
Tittle: ANTÁRTICO ÁRTICO
Curator: Matías Ercole
Date. Sep 4 2018
Antártico Ártico an exhibition that presents the contemporary drawing vs drawing of the future. In constant threat to fall apart, drawing as a definition turns against its known forms. It takes other new ones and today it can be everything. But really, what is it? Does it matter? The subjective and individual point of view, happily, has expanded the categories by how we understand things. The practices of artists, in many cases, have become unclassifiable.
Tittle: EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE FINE
Curator: Thomas Patier
Category: Foldable Poster
Place: Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College, New York
Date. Apr 8 — May 27 2018
Foldable poster design created with a Magic Etch A. Sketch, working about the relation between technology and emotions. The exhibition centers on works of art representing our relationships with the myriad electronic objects surrounding us today. Installation view from "Everything is going to be fine", Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, April 8 — May 27, 2018. Master’s thesis exhibition curated by Thomas Patier. Photo: Chris Kendall 2018.