Public programme during “Signals from Periphery” 02.08
Curators: Elisabeth Klement and Laura Pappa
On August 2 the last event of the Signals from the Periphery public programme takes place at the Tallinn Art Hall. On this occasion we will host a talk titled “Interobjectivity in Graphic Design Today” by design collective Åbäke as well as the launch of Jaan Evart’s Penjet notebook, published by Lugemik. Signals from the Periphery bar will the open throughout the evening.
02.08 18:00-20:00 free admission at Tallinn Art Hall.
18.00 Lecture by Åbäke
20.00 Launch of the Penjet notebook
Åbäke is a transdisciplinary graphic design collective, founded in 2000 by Patrick Lacey (UK), Benjamin Reichen (FR), Kajsa Ståhl (SE) and Maki Suzuki (FR) – who explore the nature and function of design through collaborations with individuals or groups across a wide range of disciplines. Recent projects and collaborations have seen them curate exhibitions, host culinary events and found a record label and a publishing house.
Jaan Evart lives and works in Tallinn and Amsterdam. After studying at the Estonian Academy of Arts and the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, he received a Master’s degree from the Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem in 2009. Evart is a freelance graphic designer who works in Estonia and internationally, mainly in the field of culture.