POST Design Festival 2019

Post is an openly critical and collaborative design festival that challenges the place of graphic design, digital design and illustration practice in society during a series of talks and workshops in October 2019.

Addressing issues such as the ethics of design, the politics of image making and the unknowns of the creative future, POST offers a unique opportunity to explore, question and re-imagine the purpose of the graphic arts.

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  • Three days of talks, discussions and socialising
  • An introduction to intra-active bodily publishing exercises The Graphic User Interface (GUI) is the designer's daily companion – friendly and convenient, it translates binary calculations into seemless and intuitive interactions. As skilled designers we embody our interfaces. While intuitively scrolling, clicking, dragging, dropping we provoke the computer to deploy, react, and return. In this intensive work-out session we will investigate the notion of embodiment in relation to designer-computer intra-action*. Together we will explore bodily ways to break with our own design habits by imagining what it could mean to physically engage with our design tools and a design process. Forget about your keyboards and trackpads. Together we will be designing bodily interfaces, that let us design a publication with gestures! – No prior knowledge required – Bring laptops – Install the Arduino software on your computer: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Donate (You can install the free version)
    DKK 1,641
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  • Alexis Mark will collaborate with the participants of the workshop to investigate and present speculative radical scenarios for the future of postal and communications service, which will culminate in a physical installation integrated in this year’s Post Festival. Post Design Festival 2019 takes place in the former Østerbro Postoffice from 1922, which in almost a century has played a central part in the communication to and from Copenhagen. The role of the building has since changed and the same can be said about our platforms for communication. But what does the future of the post office look like?
    DKK 1,641
    ×
  • An introduction to intra-active bodily publishing exercises The Graphic User Interface (GUI) is the designer's daily companion – friendly and convenient, it translates binary calculations into seemless and intuitive interactions. As skilled designers we embody our interfaces. While intuitively scrolling, clicking, dragging, dropping we provoke the computer to deploy, react, and return. In this intensive work-out session we will investigate the notion of embodiment in relation to designer-computer intra-action*. Together we will explore bodily ways to break with our own design habits by imagining what it could mean to physically engage with our design tools and a design process. Forget about your keyboards and trackpads. Together we will be designing bodily interfaces, that let us design a publication with gestures! – No prior knowledge required – Bring laptops – Install the Arduino software on your computer: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Donate (You can install the free version)
    DKK 617
    ×
  • Alexis Mark will collaborate with the participants of the workshop to investigate and present speculative radical scenarios for the future of postal and communications service, which will culminate in a physical installation integrated in this year’s Post Festival. Post Design Festival 2019 takes place in the former Østerbro Postoffice from 1922, which in almost a century has played a central part in the communication to and from Copenhagen. The role of the building has since changed and the same can be said about our platforms for communication. But what does the future of the post office look like?
    DKK 617
    ×
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