Workshop am Tag der Druckkunst 2020 mit Agnieszka Ziemiszewska
Eine Ästhetik der Wut muss effektiv sein: Sie will mit allen Mitteln einen Aufstand der Wütenden provozieren und zeigen. Wie schaffen es vor diesem Hintergrund ideologische, nationalistische und populistische Bewegungen ihrer Wut einen ästhetischen Ausdruck zu verleihen? Welches sind mögliche Chiffren des Wütendmachens und wie werden in diesem Sinne Schrift- und Bildzeichen in der Plakatgestaltung eingesetzt?
In einem experimentellen Druck-Workshop am Tag der Druckkunst 2020 setzt sich die Veranstaltung fort, indem mit der Plakatkünstlerin Agnieszka Ziemiszewska Materialität und technisch-handwerkliche Aspekte sowie Prozesse des bildnerischen Schaffens in den Blick genommen werden.
Der Workshop findet in Englisch statt.
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Idee, Konzept und Leitung: Ulrike Koloska, Werkstatt Neue Drucke
Workshop with Agnieszka Ziemiszewska on the Day of Printing Art 2020
An aesthetic of rage must be effective: it should provoke and show with all available means an uprising of the angry. Against this background, how do ideological, nationalist and populist movements manage to express their rage aesthetically? What are the possible ciphers that provoke anger and, in this sense, how are graphic characters and symbols used in poster design?
WUTGESTALTEN will continue on the Day of Printing Art 2020 in the Reinbeckhallen with an experimental print workshop in the Printing Workshop hosted by Graphic Designer, Teacher, and Curator Agnieszka Ziemiszewska, who will not only consider materiality and design and technical aspects with up to 15 participants, but also processes of artistic creation.
The workshop is held in English.
To participate in Text – Message, please register via email
Cost: 25 Euro (incl. materials)
About Agnieszka Ziemiszewska
Agnieszka Ziemiszewska is a graphic designer, educator, and art curator. She designs posters, publications, visual identifications as well as social art projects. She regards art not only as a communication and intervention tool but also as an area of unlimited experimentation. Selflessness and freedom, seen as a state in which one does not assume or exclude anything, are the values she considers to be essential in art.
Agnieszka is an alumnus of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lódź (MA), as well as the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where she obtained her doctoral degree.Agnieszka first built her career working as an independent designer creating visual identification systems. Currently, she focuses on experimental, non-commercial, educational and research projects. Agnieszka actively participates in international competitions and shows dedicated to graphic design. Her works have been presented at various exhibitions and events all over the world and were also shown at solo exhibitions in South Korea, Hungary, Indonesia and Poland.
She has been awarded numerous distinctions and also curated and co-organized multiple exhibitions in Poland and abroad.Agnieszka is a lecturer at the Faculty of the New Media Arts at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, where she used to lead the Typography Studio for several years and currently heads the Visual Communication Studio.
Agnieszka has lead a number of workshops and lectures at international events and universities. In the past few years she has conducted projects in France, Bulgaria, China, Hungary, the Netherlands, Indonesia, South Korea and Germany.
She has been part of juries in national and international graphic design competitions. Notably, she has been selected as a jury member for the following competitions: Poster for Tomorrow (France), Poster Fest (Hungary), International Theater Poster Biennial (Slovakia and Poland), Golden Turtle Wildlife Festival (Russia), International Poster Competition Segunda Llamada (Mexico), Ecuador Poster Biennial, International Poster Biennale in Lublin (Poland), International Poster Contest Mexico and the International Triennial of Stage Poster Sofia.