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Rafael Rozendaal lecture at Pop-Up Library + Exhibition in Art Market San Francisco

Fort Mason Center
2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA, United States

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Adobe Typekit and SFAQ (San Francisco Arts Quarterly) announces a ‘Pop-Up Exhibition & Library’ with related public programing at the 2014 edition of Art Market at Fort Mason on May 15th – 18th in San Francisco. On Friday May 16, 2.30pm Dutch artist Rafael Rozendaal will talk about his work. 

Publications, showcasing selections from Adobe Typekit’s design and typography library, will be displayed alongside the work of an array of international, digitally based artists, publishers, designers and collectives. The Adobe Typekit + SFAQ  ‘Pop-Up Exhibition & Library’ will serve as a physical space for the exploration, engagement and discussion surrounding contemporary digital-based art practices. Works will span a wide variety of mediums, from traditional print form to digital media installations, videos, websites, objects, magazines and zines will all be on display; And the public will be encouraged to interact with and explore the content available.

‘The Pop-Up Exhibition and Library’ is a space conceived to proactively bridge the gap between artists and individuals working in programming, design and tech. Select digital and online artists involved in the concurrent Digital Arts and Technology Issue of SFAQ (released May 1st) will have their video and web-based works displayed, showcasing some of the top young contemporary artists working with technology today.

Rafael Rozendaal

Lecture by Rafael Rozendaal

2.30 - 3.30pm

“I will talk about my work, how I make it, why I make it, and how it mutates to different media.”

Rafaël Rozendaal is a visual artist who uses the internet as his canvas. His artistic practice consists of websites, installations, lenticulars, writings and lectures. Spread out over a vast network of domain names, he attracts a large online audience of over 30 million visits per year. His work researches the screen as a pictorial space, reverse engineering reality into condensed bits, in a space somewhere between animated cartoons and paintings. His installations involve moving light and reflections, taking online works and transforming them into spatial experiences. He also created BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer), an open source DIY curatorial format that is spreading across the world rapidly.

Born 1980, Dutch-Brazilian, lives and works in New York.
Selected Exhibitions: Centre Pompidou, Venice Biennial, Valencia Biennial, Casa Franca Brasil Rio, TSCA Gallery Tokyo, Seoul Art Square, NIMk Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum project space. Selected Press: Time Magazine, Wall street Journal, Flash Art, Dazed & Confused, Interview, Wired, Purple, McSweeney’s, O Globo, Vice, Creators Project, Artreview, Metropolis M, +81, La Repubblica, Vogue. Selected Lectures: Yale (New Haven), DLD (Munich), AIT (Tokyo), Ecole des Beaux Arts (Paris), NYU (New York), Here (London).

 

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