Event — Print & Demand #2

Print & Demand #2 is the second in an ongo­ing series of con­ver­sa­tions. This time with James Gog­gin, Jimin­ie Ha, Rob Giampi­etro and Caleb Wal­dorf while The NY Art Book Fair

It’s explor­ing how print cul­ture is being changed by the man­i­fold forms of online pub­lic­a­tion, and how pub­lic spaces are being con­sti­tuted around those forms. Caleb Wal­dorf, Triple Can­opy cre­at­ive dir­ect­or and co-organ­izer of The Pub­lic School Los Angeles, will mod­er­ate a dis­cus­sion about the role played by design in shap­ing digit­al forms of pub­lic­a­tion: How are cer­tain tropes of print pub­lic­a­tion — and the read­ing and view­ing exper­i­ences they have engendered — being trans­lated for new media (while oth­ers are being jet­tisoned entirely)? How has the shift from graph­ic design to user design, with its focus on inter­ac­tion and inter­face, changed the way pub­lic­a­tions func­tion? Par­ti­cipants include James Gog­gin, design dir­ect­or at the Museum of Con­tem­por­ary Art Chica­go and prin­ciple of Prac­tise; Jimin­ie Ha, an inde­pend­ent design­er and founder of W/ —  — — pro­ject space in Chin­atown; and Rob Giampi­etro, a design­er, writer, and prin­cip­al at Pro­ject Pro­jects. The con­ver­sa­tion will be open to the audi­ence.

Print & Demand #2
The NY Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1
22 – 25 Jack­son Ave.
Long Island City, NY

November 7th, 2010 at 4 pm

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