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Gutenberg goes Media
We now proudly present: "Gutenberg goes Media. Text and Poetry in Motion" – the German version of MOTYF 2016 in ebook format. With selected texts on the symposium, exhibition and poetry events including additional academic and, in particular, artistic contributions. In addition to texts and illustrations, there are numerous videos specially created for these publications included. An ebook in English will also be available soon.
lllustration: Anne Nilges
Moving Types - Letters in Motion.
A retrospective of the beginnings of film to the present day.
First augmented exhibition catalogue with 'integrated cinema'
‘Moving Types – Letters in Motion’ reflected the use of ‘text in motion’ from the beginnings of film to the present, in which mobile media systems transform the shaping and reading of text into a completely new, mobile, networked exchange of information that engages various senses. In a retrospective, over 300 historical and current media formats are presented by international artists, filmmakers and designers, including Muriel Cooper, Paul Jeffrey Sharits, Étienne Robial, Ludovic Houplain, Gary Hill, David Small, Alex Gopher and Matthias Zentner. Presented in the catalogue are, among others, the historical habillages of the ARTE theme nights, music videos from Bob Dylan to Soko, ARTE station logos, Al Jazeera, RTL and the historical MTV Art Breaks, the colorful brand world of the Oscar Award winning short film “Logorama” or the advertising world from Mercedes to Nike. As an exhibition catalogue with “integrated cinema” ‘Moving Types’ writes its own piece of media history. More than 80 film clips are made available to the reader by means of a QR code via a personal Moving Types APP (iOS/Android)
Type: paperback, 144 pages
Editors: Ralf Dringenberg, Anja Stöffler (z zg – Mainz/Schwäbisch Gmünd) and Dr. Annette Ludwig (Gutenberg Museum, Mainz)
Contents: i.a. over 80 integrated text films
Year: 2nd, ext. edition Mainz 2013 (1. Ed. Mainz 2011, out of print)
Pages: 132 pages, brochure
Price: 23,95 Euro plus shipping
Transformation in Typography –
Through the Medium of the Screen
This significant volume presents just a sample from the range of academic research, teaching pedagogies, student projects and professional works by designers leading the emerging field of screen typography. The book is divided into three parts that represent and examine the key theme of each of the three conferences mentioned above: Moving Types (2016), Virtual Types (2018) and Future Text.
Typography continues to transform through the medium of the screen and this book documents the start of this journey. It is the hope of the editors, authors and collaborators represented here, that you will find valuable learning, and be inspired to continue, or to begin, your own exploration into the fascinating world of text and typography as it develops and progresses into the future.
It is the result of the significant collaboration between the Motyf founders – Professor Anja Stöffler, Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Professor Ralf Dringenberg, School of Design Schwäbisch Gmünd and Professor Ewa Satalecka, Polish Japanese Academy of Information Technology, Warsaw – and Dr. Hilary Kenna, Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dún Laoghaire (IADT), Ireland.
Editors: Hilary Kenna, Jan Piechota, Anja Stöffler und Ralf Dringenberg
Place: Polish-Japanese Academy, Warsaw; IADT Dublin; img – University of Applied Science Mainz
Edition: 1. edition, 1000 Pieces.
Pages: 511 pages
Gutenberg goes Media – Schrift und Poesie in Bewegung (eBook)
We now proudly present: “Gutenberg goes Media. Text and Poetry in Motion” – the German version of MOTYF 2016 in ebook format. With selected texts on the symposium, exhibition and poetry events including additional academic and, in particular, artistic contributions. In addition to texts and illustrations, there are numerous videos specially created for these publications included. An ebook in English will also be available soon.
Editors: Anja Stöffler, Ralf Dringenberg
Type of publication: eBook
Multimedia eBook in EPUB3 format for playback on mobile devices (iOS via iBooks, Android via Adobe© Digital Editions), Notebooks and Desktops (Mac OS via iBooks, OS Win via Adobe© Digital Editions, Readium)
Compact version, 50MB (playback of the multimedia files requires an internet connection)
Normal version, 450MB (A majority of the multimedia files can also be played online)
Media Art Exhibtion. Akademos. A Place for Poets and Philosophers.
Booklet on the exhibition from the 3rd International MOTYF Festival in Mainz.
Presentation of the over 70 artistic works with texts by Anja Stöffler, Ralf Dringenberg.
Locations: Gutenberg Museum, Mainz; National Audiovisual Institute, Warsaw.
Editors: Anja Stöffler, Ralf Dringenberg in collaboration with Ewa Satalecka.
MOTYF 2013 | International Students’ Moving Type Festival
MOTYF 2014 | International Students’ Moving Type Festival‚
Type in Music. The Rhythm of Letters.
The publication servers for the documentation of the first international academic conference, which took place within the scope of the German-Polish collaboration. With over 240 pages, knowledge about education in the area of moving typography is conveyed.
Editors: Ewa Satalecka (Polish-Japanese Institute for Information Technologies, Warsaw) in cooperation with Anja Stöffler (University of Applied Science Mainz) and Ralf Dringenberg (University of Applied Science Mainz).
Pages: 227 pages (brochure)
Price: 15,95 Euro plus shipping
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