A retrospective exhibition of work made over 10 years for Olga Mezhibovskaya's Typography course, in which students were asked to interpret a variety of music visually and typographically; the resulting digital prints were then interpreted musically by different musicians. Mezhibovskaya says, “While looking at the designs of Shakespearean Sonnets, plays and poems by contemporary writers, you will hear the sound of the actors performing...but the actors will not be there. But the typographic exercises, books, posters, installations, video, motion graphics--all of which evoke and are led by rhythm, music, sound, movement, and performance--will be very much present.” Presented by the BFA Advertising and Design Department.
Saturday, January 12, 2013 - Saturday, February 2, 2013
Tuesday, January 15, 6-8pm