Juli 2017
08.07.2017 -
2017 / 201707 / Ausstellung
Studium, nicht Kritik
Lucie Kolb
2017 / 201707 / Bildungsfernsehen
Bildungsfernsehen #3: «Television, Images, Messages and Ideologies»
Lucie Kolb, Philipp Messner

August 2017
05.08.2017 -
2017 / 201708 / Ausstellung
Black Quarry
Form(less) Dweller of Life

Nora Schmidt, Katharina Swoboda, Kosta Tonev

Monday, 13.10.2014


At the edge of meaning – A lecture about and with Fernand Baudin
Loraine Furter


Fernand Baudin (1918-2005) is a Belgian book designer, or “typographiste” as he likes to call himself. Baudin was an author, teacher and lecturer, active in organisations like the Rencontres de Lure and Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI). Next to an extensive correspondence with international designers of his time (Stanley Morison, Gerrit Noordzij, John Dreyfus… among many others), Fernand Baudin is the author of the books How Typography Works (and why it is important) and The Gutenberg Effect, and has written essays in Belgian and international periodicals (Arts et techniques graphiques, Cahiers GUTenberg, Letterletter, Visible Language) about typography and design. Loraine Furter, coordinator of the Fernand Baudin Prize- the Belgian Most Beautiful Books Prize will focus on a recurring topic in Baudins work: the evolution of writing and designing tools and their influence on communication and culture.

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