Time: October 30, 2010 at 10am to October 31, 2010 at 5pm
Location: Alliance Francaise de Bangkok
Street: South Sathorn
Website or Map: http://www.alliance-francaise…
Event Type: typography, symposium, and, exhibition
Organized By: Alliance Francaise de Bangkok
Latest Activity: Oct 11, 2010
Have you ever wondered why there are so many styles of letters? What objective lies beneath these different typographic styles?
Alliance Française de Bangkok together with the Goethe Institute, Japan Foundation and Cadson Demak will hold the “Schrift in form Bis” exhibition on at Alliance française’s library from August 19 to October 31. Admission is free.
Explore various typographic styles and their artistic variations through the “Schrift in form Bis” exhibition that highlights more than 50 artworks from 8 countries worldwide. The artworks will be randomly displayed and rotated every 2 weeks, which allows you to visit the show several times and still get to see new artworks. Furthermore, there will be a multi-media presentation showcasing the experimental work on typographic design.
Shown here are new artworks created especially for the Bangkok International Typographic Symposium combined with work from the 2008 major type design exhibition “Schrift in Form” at Klingspor Museum Offenbach, Germany.
The “Schrift in form Bis” exhibition will showcase a different view of letters in everyday life. These often overlooked characters are highlighted by major graphic design and typography artists such as Tim Ahrens, Dan Reynolds and Edouardo Manso. ABC aficionados don’t miss this!
Schrift in Form Bis exhibition is part of Bangkok International Typographic Symposium (BITS MMX) with the aim to present the Thai design community the international, trends, current approaches and practices and to raise Thai Graphic Design standards to new levels. This event will be held on 30 – 31 October 2010 at Alliance Française.
The 2-day symposium will feature the exclusive talk shows by world-famous typographers like Christian Schwartz (USA), Jean François Porchez (France), Hubert Jocham (Germany) and Masayoshi Kodaira (Japan) as well as top Thai designers.
Additionally, a typography workshop will be facilitated by renowned guest speakers to interested Arts students (pursuing Arts courses at University level) or experienced design professionals.
The 2-Day symposium is being offered at THB 1,500 per ticket (THB 1,400 per ticket for confirmed bookings/ purchase by October 1, 2010). The 2-Day Symposium cum workshop is being offered at THB 2,000 (THB 1,900, inclusive of THB 1,400 for confirmed bookings/ purchase before October 1, 2010). The tickets can be purchased from Alliance Française, Sathorn Tai Road.
For further information, please visit www.facebook.com/bitsmmx or http://bits.anuthin.org or www.bits.anuthin.org or contact email@example.com or telephone 02-670-4234.