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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?

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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?

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

2018

2018, Installation—Due to different cultural contexts it is difficult to translate text. The participants of the English Preparation Course (EAP) of the Royal College of Art were given certain expressions which often are used in the course for instance “zeitgeist”. Participants were asked to take a picture corresponding to this word visualising its individual meaning. The taken images can be a starting point between classmates to get to know each other. The installation shows submitted images and word connections which can explored by plugging in and out sockets.

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A person can plug in and out sockets to reveal image-word pairs.

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Detail.

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Installation.

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Group Exhibition — 23.01.–01.06.2018 Graduation Show of the Royal College of Art, School of Communication, The Westworks, London

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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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    Type + Typography

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