New Project: The Note and G.D.I.B conceptual videos

Oded Ezer G.D.I.B video

Oded Ezer’s G.D.I.B video at the “Bad Design” exhibition

 

Oded Ezer’s conceptual videos The Note and G.D.I.B mark new direction for his experimental work.

The Note showing Ezer burning a piece of paper that ironically reads “I could tell you what good design is, but then I’d have to kill you” (paraphrasing the famous Top Gun movie’s quote), questions the more academic aspects of design education.

G.D.I.B is an animated-giff-like-piece,repetitively flickering “Good design is bad” and “Bad design is good”, mixed with some commercial logos (Facebook, Coca Cola and Apple, to name only few) and demonstration signs (Occupy Wall Street, Egypt revolution, etc.) randomly popping up.

 

The Note video by Oded Ezer

Oded Ezer’s The Note video at the “Bad Design” exhibition

 

Oded Ezer’s new conceptual videos The Note and G.D.I.B (Assisted by Michal Shani and edited by Sagie Huberman) were specially created for Jerusalem Design week‘s exhibition entitled Bad Design.

 

 

The Note and G.D.I.B were specially created for Jerusalem Design week’s exhibition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Note showing Oded Ezer burning a piece of paper that ironically reads “I could tell you what good design is, but then I’d have to kill you”

 

 

 

 

 

 

G.D.I.B is an animated-giff-like-piece, repetitively flickering both “Good design is bad” and “Bad design is good”

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