StereoType is a groundbreaking exhibition that presents works by an array of 14 established and up-and-coming designers from the United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, France, the United States, Israel, The Netherlands, Germany, and Australia. By exploring the opportunities at the intersection of technology and design, this new breed of artists is expanding the boundaries of traditional typography and integrating elements from the fields of animation, craft, performance, nanoscience, and graffiti into their work. Curated by Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox of c2 curatorsquared, the exhibition heralds a departure from conventional typographical approaches focused on two-dimensional letters by incorporating the elements of time, movement, and the third dimension.
Artists and designers included in the exhibition are Brian Banton, Jerome Corgier, Design Studio Edhv, Oded Ezer, Dominique Falla, Masashi Kawamura, Ji Lee, Song Hyun Li, Thomas G. Mason, Petra Mrzyk and Jean-Francois Moriceau, Evan Roth, Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh, Alida Sayer and Dan Tobin Smith.
StereoType will premiere at BSA Space on November 13, 2014 and feature some of the boldest experiments in typography today. The exhibition then travels to venues across the United States through 2016. Don’t miss the opening reception for StereoType: New directions in typography. This special event is the first opportunity to explore the exhibition while enjoying complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
BSA Space is Boston’s leading center for architecture and design, and is home to the Boston Society of Architects and the Boston Foundation for Architecture. BSA Space hosts exhibitions on design and architecture, architecture cruises and walking tours, and other programs and events that foster exchange between design and construction, the profession and the public, and encourage collaboration across the city and world.
StereoType is a groundbreaking exhibition that presents works by an array of 14 established and up-and-coming designers
StereoType features some of the boldest experiments in typography today