quarta-feira, 29 de julho de 2009

Paul Sahre

Exercises in Futility Part IV, 2000

This poster announced a lecture I gave at the Maryland Institute College of Art in April 2000. I was experimenting with how hard someone would work to get the information from the poster. The talk focused on the difficulties of trying to do work you care about while dealing with nearly impossible obstacles.

I silk-screened an edition of 50 posters and sent them to the school, wondering if anyone would be able to find their way to the lecture.
It was poorly attended.

(Paul Sahre, comentando este cartaz que divulga uma palestra para estudantes de design)

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