How should graphic designers approach advertising works of art - tangible, or otherwise? For a group exhibition of contemporary paintings entitled In Crystallized Time opening both in-person and virtually this October, this marketing campaign has been developed in dialogue with the show’s curatorial statement, which builds intrigue without over-represent the art that it promotes. At the center of this work is a 3D rendered object which reflects, refracts, warps and reinterprets its surroundings. The transparent figure conveys meaning only through its environment. A painter responds to and reflects upon the past, predicts the future, and translates the fleetingness of the present. This logo represents the painter and the exhibition’s overarching themes in juxtaposition - in day and night, in 3D shapes and 2D spaces, in movement and stillness, in reality and simulation.
Hopefully living in Berlin and working in small design firm
Something that evokes feeling and changes ways of thinking.
Music, technology, physical art and community
With as many constraints and as much direction as possible
Take advantage of resources in the library and the arsenal!