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A What and Other Object Lessons

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For a week Nina Paim (BR) and Emilia Bergmark (SE) have been working with the third year graphic design students of FABAUL investigating how an object could become an assignment. The work will be part of an exhibition in the 26th Brno International Biannual of Graphic Design. Its next edition, will take place between June and October 2014 and will be devoted entirely to the subject of design education.

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FBAUL PRODUCTIONS PROUDLY PRESENTS THE GAME SHOW OF THE CENTURY:

(drumroll)

I S D E S I G N A U N I V E R S A L L A N G U A G E ?

(applause, applause)

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As a guest curator at the Biannual, Nina Paim is working together with artist and designer Emilia Bergmark to put together the show ‘Taking a Line for a Walk’. Borrowing its title from Paul Klee’s teachings at the Bauhaus, the exhibition investigates how the language of teaching formulates ideas about design.

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(lifting imaginary medium-heavy-dumbbells)

Red
and Yellow
and Red
and Yellow
and Red
and Yellow
and Red

(lifting imaginary mega-heavy-weight from floor)

Blaaaaaaaaaaa’ck

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As part of the preparation of the exhibition Paim-Bergmark are giving a series of workshops in Basel, Lisbon Tallinn, and Brno working with students to make the show. Tonight we will be showing you the results of the workshop with the students from FBAUL.

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So imagine this, you are in the toilet and you get an idea and ideas are something really ephemeral and you have to catch them in the moment so you have to have an emergency toilet pen, like, maybe the toilet brush is also a pen?

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Workshop organized by Silvia Matias.
With collaboration of Sofia Gonçalves and Sónia Rafael