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Pluralist: Can the act of reading become a part of publishing?

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Drawing Table: Can complexity be experienced through collaboration?

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FontFiction: Is there a narrative in typographical textures?

FontFiction: Is there a narrative in typographical textures?

2018

2018, Workshop—In this experimental type workshop participants scrutinizes ways of creating and designing type to generate textures. A font is a collection of different types of letters. Shapes that can be typed by using a word processor to generate text. Together we explored what does it mean to “write” texts and what narratives potentially occur when non-typographical type shapes are used to re-understand the colour and “image” of a text.

Hosted by: F[r]iction Forum, Royal College of Art, London, in collaboration with Laura Copsey, Samantha Kitchener, Angelo Stitz, Chan Shin ParkPoster Design: Angelo StitzWorkshop led by: Angelo Stitz
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Workshop experiments.

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    Wip-Show: What is the essence of studying at the Royal College of Art?

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    Strangers Con(text): How can context be communicated between strangers?

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    Sonicacrostipunctus: How can the non-translatable be materialised?

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    Quantum Camera: How to record the “entanglement” between people?

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    Typo Panorama: What is the materiality of the digital?

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    Dialect Translator: How to learn a foreign language?

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    Responsive Type: Can a typographical character respond to the context of its user?

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    Gift Wrap Paper #2: How can figures be used to make patterns?

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    Gift Wrap Paper #1: How can figures be used to create ornaments?

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    13 Character Disorders: How to visualise the different types of character disorders?

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