UNREGISTERED Lay Theme
pictures from the recent exhibition of my phd research at 'hopscotch', research biennale 2023, copeland gallery, london
screenshots from my phd research, titled 'towards an uncausal practice of visual communication'
'soon, i began to sense that the computer screen i saw in front of me was somehow different from the screen i was used to seeing. the strangeness of it was subtle but undeniable.'
(charlotte lengersdorf, towards an uncausal practice of visual communication)
the research biennale 2023 website gives an insight into the research projects at the royal college of art, london
my phd research can be seen at 'hopscotch', rca research biennale 2023, 22-24 june, copeland gallery, peckham, london
talk and workshop at hochschule düsseldorf, master/bachelor kommunikationsdesign
speaker at atypi 2018, antwerp
(images by normanposselt.com)
langue trouvé(e) – language beyond semantic content
this project can be seen at the westworks, white city place, 195 wood lane, london w12 7fq; 23 june – 1 july, 12–6pm. closed 29 june 2018
language and limbs
encyclopedia as speculative narrative
tate christmas card
my performative typeface reveals textual and ornamental shapes on the christmas card for tate london. now on sale online and in the tate shops.
talk and workshop at kingston university, london
analogue sketches for an asemic typeface
joan miro once said 'i try to apply colours like words that shape poems, like notes that she music'. how could colour function as written language? where are the limitations of written language?
first sketch for a performative typeface
quick sketch for testing a typeface that can be performed by combining several shapes on the keyboard.
scores to perform letters with the performative typeface.
collaboratively performed typeface at the typographic singularity exhibition
asemic characters composed with my performative typeface
performance within written language; when is a character a character and when is it an image?
gestural alphabet (please turn sound on)
experimental reading choreography together with barbara müller.