Books and Exhibitions: Sequential Expression
Melike Taşcıoğlu Vaughan
Focus: Editorial-Design/Printmaking/Exhibition Design
This seminar is about books, book arts and design and how information is divided in time and space via pages. A similar approach is valid in exhibition design and environmental graphic design. Sequence and storytelling are among the most stimulating issues in these design fields, and I’ll be discussing perception of time and space as well as showing some examples of my works.
Melike Taşcıoğlu Vaughan is a book designer, academician and artist. She studied graphic design at Anadolu University Faculty of Fine Arts and San Diego State University School of Art, Design and Art History. She completed her master’s at Anadolu University, and a Proficiency in Arts degree at Köln University and Anadolu University, The Institute of Social Sciences. She is also board member of the Turkish Graphic Designers Association GMK.
Taşçıoğlu’s printworks have often been exhibited solo and in national and international juried exhibitions. She has written two books, one on book design and one on environmental graphic design, and published many articles on the topic of graphic design. She has also self-published a few of her artist’s books. In addition to her book designing, she works as a Professor at Anadolu University, and currently is the Head of Graphic Arts Department.
Additionally, the seminars will be streamed via zoom.
Meeting-ID: 971 9970 5988
Room M 1.01Tuesday, 16:00 – 16:45
Contact→ Jürgen Hefele
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