Conor Klein's Artist Presentation April 24th, 6pm.
As a conclusion to his Residency at SVA's Visible Futures Lab, Conor Klein will present his research into the relationship between written word and the designed objects they appear on. This relationship is complex but crucial, with words often saying what cannot be said otherwise. Beyond clarifying what the object is and how to use it, material language can imbue context, authenticity and value. Likewise, the reading of the words is affected by their physical manifestation.
Along with his findings he will introduce a body of art and design which further explores conventions and pushes the poetic possibilities of language and design. Through the careful merging of text and form, these objects speak about themselves, each other and their place in our lives. Encapsulating all of these points of view, the work is a mouthpiece for the artist's own voice, which considers the narrative of design and our interaction with the designed world.
Artist Presentation 6 PM
Opening Reception 7-9 PM
April 24th, 2013
Visible Futures Lab
School of Visual Arts
132 W. 21st St. 7th Floor
New York, NY 10011
We are also now accepting applications for our next residency, which will take place over the course of the summer. John Heida