Temporary light is an lecture/animation created for a series of lectures entitled "Free Criticism" hosted by Joshua Trees in Central Saint Martins college of art and Design as well as the London College of Communication. The lectures touch on the preferred future of Graphic Design.
The concept of vision in visual art practice is continually overlooked and is consequently no longer questioned. Vision is a by-product of visual art instead of an integral feature in the creative process. in an endeavour to identify and question the design process in our individual practice, we have defined vision as follow: looking for; looking at; and seeing, these activities manifest themselves in the design process through researching, reading/observing and understanding. the concept of light is interwoven with the concept of of vision.
In order to provide a multidimensional understanding of both of the notions, the project references materials from different fields of study.
From sciences to arts, from philosophy to photography, light and its complexity has frequently been explored through experimentation, and this process has been documented. Light enslaved for technical purposes, light as a goal in philosophers journeys, light as an artistic... light escapes a definitive definition and remains in nature, eminently intangible and poetically elusive.
Envisaging a preferred future for Graphic Design, Temporary Light proposes an exploration of the concept of light in this particular context. And, in an intentional reference to Les Lumieres, Temporary Light brings together intellect and sensations, culture and senses in an experimental investigation."
Mélanie Dautreppe-Liermann , Radosław Husak and Franciszek Wardynski.
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
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