Posts tagged REDCAT
Unseen in the Archives: Inclusion and Omission in “Inside Out and Upside Down, Posters from CalArts 1970-2019” by Carmen Amengual
In September 2020, the Gallery at REDCAT celebrated the virtual launch of "Inside Out & Upside Down: Posters from CalArts 1970–2019" with a conversation between exhibition curator and CalArts graphic design faculty Michael Worthington and co-organizers and CalArts alumni Tasheka Arceneaux-Sutton and Silas Munro. The talk was moderated by Carmen Amengual, REDCAT Gallery Assistant Curator. This was the first of a series of conversations that critically addressed the exhibition in relation to issues of inclusion and representation in the field of graphic design and graphic design education.
Castaways of a New Cosmic Catastrophe by Silvia Maglioni and Graeme Thomson
Nothing can come of nothing. The infinitely small is not the same thing as nothing, though it may be close. I seriously begin to doubt whether nothing exists. The Planck length, I discover, is the smallest calculable unit, though it apparently lies many million times beyond the scope of what our current instruments can measure. It is reassuring to know that something does.