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The Imitation Game: Rethinking the Poster Genre

The poster genre has always been a capacious and emotional communication tool. Let’s arrange an experiment: turn off your thought process and go into sensorial perception mode, immersing yourself into poster and realizing its relevance through sensations.
May 4 7:00 pm
Dome Registration closed
May 4 7:00 pm
Dome Registration closed
Poster genre is considered to be one of the most original and experimental. During its existence, it has changed its form and philosophy, but its essence has always remained unchanged, it is a capacious communication tool that appeals to the feelings of the viewer. He provokes, makes laugh, pleases, surprises, but never leaves indifferent. Its main tasks are to reach the heart, attract attention and cause emotions.
 
Today it is often said that the poster is dying as a genre. Is it so? Let's answer this question together. But not by logic!
It will be a lively dialogue in which, using imaginative thinking, we will learn to intuitively read the messages carried by poster. Let's draw with markers in notebooks and spend the evening in the atmosphere of pure creativity and immediacy.
 
Speaker:
Alexey Pushkarev, creative leader in the self-organization of typographic designers, curator and founder of the design studio “Delo”. Co-curator of the educational program DesignWorkout at Dmitry Barbanel’s workshop. He taught visual communications and design at the Institute of Business and Design. Curator and organizer of young designers poster exhibitions in the Apartment and Microtown in the Forest gallery. Collaborates with the largest operators, retail chains, search engines, and others.
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