Do. 08/03/2018 16:30h - 18:15h
FH Joanneum: Matúš Lelovský & Niamh O'Malley

Design for cultural institutions
A presentation of author’s personal projects, editorial & exhibition design for cultural institutions in Slovakia. Creative & cultural center Nová Cvernovka, Bratislava – The importance of studio spaces for visual artists’ work and creative cooperation.

Matúš Lelovský
is a Bratislava-based graphic designer, born in 1982. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. During his studies he created a studio space in an old factory building as a place for work, exchange of ideas and collaboration. Working closely with a team of other freelancers, Matus’s interests are primarily related to exhibiton and editorial design. During the past years, he has collaborated and developed projects with several cultural institutions. He likes typography and experimenting with it.

The artwork vs. the gallery space
The lecture will investigate the role of the gallery space/architecture in influencing the production, reception and reading of an artwork. Using a variety of scenarios from the artists practice, she will examine situations where artworks have been produced in direct response to the gallery architecture alongside examples of artworks which are re-situated and re-imagined in a variety of exhibition making strategies.

Niamh O’Malley
Niamh O’Malley (b. Mayo, Ireland, 1975) uses video, drawing, painting and sculpture, to examine ways in which we try to access the world through images. Her works often act as filters and invite us to enter the spaces between objects and places and our ideas of them.

Ort: Alte Poststraße 152, 4. Stock


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