event | From sound to glyph: the typographic representation of languages

Antwerp | 27 May 2016

Born in Antwerp Young Creators :: Jo De Baerdemaeker

‘From sound to glyph: the typographic representation of languages’

In this talk, Jo De Baerdemaeker will present some of the typefaces he designed for national and international design projects. These are, amongst others, the fonts for stad Antwerpen, Flanders Art font family, Elegant Contemporary and Wiels; as well as his non-Latin (Lungta Tibetan, Nirmala Bengali, Sherpa font family, Noto Javanese, and Orkhon Mongolian) fonts for Microsoft, Google/Monotype, New York Times; and other projects.

:: break: showing of rare Tibetan music notation with live Tibetan music performance / Lhenzo + Sherten + Pangkyen Metok

:: interactive interview with Sara De Bondt, which will explore the practice-based research projects of Jo De Baerdemaeker, followed by Q&A session with audience

:: reception with the official exhibition opening

:: live performance of Mongolian music & Khöömii throat singers / / Jamuukh

An exhibition with original silkscreen printed type specimen posters, and photography, from Jo De Baerdemaeker / studio type is shown throughout the evening, and a unique type specimen will be printed in situ, as a keepsake of the evening for each of the attendees.

location
Born in Antwerp Headquarters
Kattendijkdok-Oostkaai 21
2000 Antwerpen (Belgium)

in collaboration with Studio Start, Kastaar, Afreux and Plantin Institute for Typography
sponsored by http://www.borninantwerp.be/

free entrance
Friday 27 May 2016 from 19:30 – 23:00

Advertisements

Author: atypi belgium

Association Typographique Internationale

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s