IDEA #376 – Graphic designers and exhibitions

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LABORATORIES, Seibundo Shinkosha
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Seibundo Shinkosha
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IDEA #376 is largely about graphic designers and exhibitions yesterday, today and tomorrow. Within, writers like Tetsuya Goto, Ian Lynam, and IDEA editor-in-chief Kiyonori Muroga explore the meaning of exhibitions to graphic designers today with a focus on the 27th Brno Biennial 2016, the world’s longest running design biennial. Strikingly designed by LABORATORIES, this issue is chock full of amazing bilingual examinations of curation, cultural attitudes, and speculations by some of the leading design curators today. This issue includes multiple inserts and is printed on a variety of paper stocks using assorted printing methods… In short, YUM!

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Within:

Graphic designers and exhibitions
The 27th Brno Biennial 2016 and the State of the Graphic Design Exhibition Today

Direction: Tetsuya Goto and Idea
Design: Kensaku Kato, Seigo Kitaoka (LABORATORIES)

Part:1 The 27th Brno Biennial 2016
– Interview: Radim Peško, Tomáš Celizna, Adam Macháček
– International Exhibition
– Interview: Shin Akiyama
– A Body of Work
– Zdeněk Ziegler
– Study Room
– Which Mirror Do You Want to Lick?

Which Mirror Do You Want to Lick? Insert
Editing and Design: Åbäke
Off Program
Report: Tetsuya Goto

Part:2 The State of the Graphic Design Exhibition Today
– United States of America
Interview: Jon Sueda
– Poland│International Poster Biennale, Warsaw
Interview: David Crowley
– South Korea│Graphic Design, 2005-2015, Seoul
Interview: Min Choi, Hyungjin Kim

Part:3 Japanese Graphic Design and the History of Exhibitions and Collections
Chronology of the Japanese Exhibitions
Exhibitions and Collections

Text: Tatsuya Kuji
– A door must be either shut or open?
Exhibition as an attitude expression
– post obitum of Japanese Graphic Design
– Design Shamanism
Text: Tetsuya Goto

Part:4 Study Room
Tabula Rasa: Worlds Connecting or Design Mannerism

Text: Kiyonori Muroga and Ian Lynam
Study Room: 38 Book on 11 Thematic and Metaphoric Islands:
– Ordering the World
– Connecting Cultures
– Configuration of Space
– Gesture, Symbolism & Culture-building
– Space & Texture
– Modernity-building
– Poesis
– Organizing Contemporary Culture
– Visualizing Language
– Analysis

Contributors to this section include: Aaron Nieh / Åbäke / Kyungsun Kymn / Yah-Leng Yu: Foreign Policy Design Group / Yukimasa Matsuda / Kiyonori Muroga / Javin Mo / Leonard Koren / Philippe Egger / Daijiro Ohara / Caryn Aono / Shutaro Mukai / Yoshihisa Shirai / Fumio Tachibana / Guang Yu / Kohei Sugiura / Kenya Hara / Helmut Schmid / Nobuhiro Yamaguchi / heiQuiti Harata / Jens Müller / Shin Akiyama / Xiao Mage & Cheng Zi / Wang Zhi-Hong / Tetsuya Goto / John Warwicker / so+ba: Alex Sonderegger+Susanna Baer / Peter Bil’ak / Ryan Hageman / Kazunari Hattori / Na Kim / Kirti Trivedi / Ian Lynam / Lu Jingren / Santi Lawrachawee / Chris Ro / Randy Nakamura / Sulki and Min Choi

Special Feature: Arrangement of Objects
Featuring:
– Kazunari Hattori
– Uta Eisenreich
– Leonard Koren, Arranging Things

Language Without Place
No. 1: Walking a Technology
Text: Scott Joseph
Translation: Takamitsu Yamamoto

Richard McGuire, HERE 01
Text: Momo Nonaka

C.E OWNER’S MANUAL
Text: Barbora

Barbora × Momo Nonaka: All we know about Japanese Zines
Final Episode: The First Half of the 2010s

Interview: RETRO print JAM
Design: Satoko Miyakoshi
The final installment of Barbora and Nonaka’s thrilling examination of Japanese small press history.

Information
New Type
book
the idea of music [021]

Supplement:
Kazunari Hattori, BETWEEN A AND B [Reprint Edition]

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