Open Set: Web-to-Print-to-Street

In the framework of the Open Set Summer School 2016 and its theme Memories of the Future, designer Paul Soulellis (USA) will lead a one-day long workshop ‘Web-to-Print-to-Street’.

Aug 2016
08:00 to 16:00

In the framework of the Open Set Summer School 2016 and its theme 'Memories of the Future' designer Paul Soulellis (USA) will lead a one-day long workshop ‘Web-to-Print-to-Street’. The workshop will be hosted by V2_Institute for the Unstable Media on August 3rd, 2016.

Paul Soulellis (USA) is a New York-based teacher, artist, designer and publisher. He founded his research-based graphic design and publishing studio Counterpractice in 2014, as an inaugural member of NEW INC at the New Museum. He is a contributing editor and curator at Rhizome and an Assistant Professor of graphic design at Rhode Island School of Design.
Paul’s work explores experimental publishing and network culture. He frequently participates on panels, develops workshops and delivers talks in the US and Europe; recent engagements include Google Design, Printed Matter, Miss Read Berlin Art Book Fair, Art Directors Club of Tulsa, Fondation Galeries Lafayette (Paris) and Merz Akademie (Stuttgart).1

Open Set 2016

The sixth edition of Open Set will take place from 24.07 to 06.08.2016, a two-week long series of workshops, public interventions and lectures. The event aims to promote and enhance the social value of design by facilitating debates around the chosen theme from a rich diversity of cross-disciplinary perspectives and socially engaged cultural practices. 

Open Set is being hosted by Kunstblock, a Rotterdam based foundation set up by five cultural institutions on the Witte de Withstraat. The various workshops and presentations of the Summer School will take place in different Kunstblock affiliated locations.

Open Set 2016 is made possible by the generous support of Creative Industries Fund NL and the public symposium is organized in collaboration with the Institute of Network Cultures.

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