This was an exhibition I went to in my foundation year at Wimbledon and was recently reminded of after Tracey Emins exhibition at the Hayward Gallery when I saw a book on Calle. It reminded me how much I enjoyed the exhibition.
"Calle got an email from a lover, dumping her. She asked a team of women – all experts in their professional fields – to respond to it. Each woman interprets the letter from her point of view: a jurist analyses it as the termination of a contract, a translator examines its grammar, a composer turns it into music. Nowadays the word "deconstruction" is used lightly by everyone, but this exhaustive, communal disembowelling of a text reminds you that Paris is the home of such literary theory. If you think theory is death to art and feeling, think again."
I think for me the exhibition appealed so much because I was just starting to engage with graphic artforms, and I really enjoyed the responses which overlapped art, information design, film, graphic art. It was visually communicating in a way which I hadn't encountered before. I think that was when I first started to understand what graphic design could be.
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Graduating this year from London College of Communication with a degree in Graphics and Media Design BA (hons) I am now looking to position myself within the creative industry.
I am equipped with a tool box of abilities, with my experience covering various disciplines including graphic design, branding, illustration, advertising and event design. I feel one of my strengths is an ability to create multi platform solutions and tactile experiences.
I am looking for opportunities for employment, internship, collaboration, freelance design, or discussion. I am currently based in London, but I rarely turn down an opportunity to travel!