1. Project Projects, “As of 10.15.12″


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    Adam Michaels, Prem Krishnamurthy, and Rob Giampietro will speak about their multidisciplinary practice at design studio Project Projects. With a conceptual and critical approach to visual form, the studio engages in varied modes of production across a wide range of media and scales. Each of the three principals will discuss a sampling of current projects, preoccupations, and passions—synthesizing design and editorial work in a self-initiated paperback book series; new modes and venues for curation; and tracing the critical implications of technology on the practice of writing. Project Projects is a design studio focusing on print, identity, exhibition, and interactive work with clients in art and architecture. The studio was founded in 2004 by Prem Krishnamurthy and Adam Michaels; Rob Giampietro joined as a principal in 2010. The studio has been a Finalist twice in the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards (2009 & 2011) and has received numerous distinctions, including the ADC Bronze Medal, TDC Communication Design Award, I.D. magazine’s 2007 Design Distinction Award, the Art Directors Club Young Guns 5 Award, and several Society of Publication Designers merit awards. http://dcrit.sva.edu/view/events/lecture-with-project-projects/

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    • Rob Giampietro, “On Design, Distribution, and Circulation”


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      Rob Giampietro is a designer, writer and teacher. He has written essays and design criticism for publications including BusinessWeek, Design Observer, Emigre and Dot Dot Dot. He teaches at Parsons The New School for Design in New York and has also taught in the graduate graphic design program at Rhode Island School of Design. Event Information When: 28 Oct 2008, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Where: School of Visual Arts, Design Criticism MFA Department, 136 West 21st Street, New York, 2nd floor Price: Free and open to the public

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