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06 Sep 2006

Artistic Research
Lecture 17 January (1/4)  
Forms of Inquiry
Project, 17 Jan – 17 Feb 2008EN / NLPrint 

Opening and book launch 17 January, 20.00  
Preceded by a talk by Zak Kyes and Radim Pesko, and other contributors, 19.00 
Curated by London based designer Zak Kyes, Forms of Inquiry: The Architecture of Critical Graphic Design brings together new works by a range of international graphic designers who base their work in critical investigation. The exhibition features projects that have originated as self-propelled inquiry, either professional or personal, and have been developed into a myriad of media and forms including typography, writing/curatorial projects, installations, interactive works, publications and speculative proposals, that draw a relationship between architectural and graphic design.  
Contributors: Åbake (UK), Julia Born (CH) Alexandra Bachzetsis (CH), Sara De Bondt (BE), deValence (FR), Dexter Sinister (US), Paul Elliman (UK), Experimental Jetset (NL), James Goggin (UK), Will Holder (UK), Hudson-Powell (UK), Kasia Korczak (PL), J?g Lehni (CH), Karel Martens & David Bennewith (NL), Metahaven (NL), Mevis en van Deursen (NL), John Morgan (UK), Radim Pesko (CZ), Project Projects (US), Manuel Raeder (DE), Jon Sueda, Alex DeArmond, Emmet Byrne (US), Michael Worthington (US) 
Reading Room contributors: Stefano Boeri & Paola Nicolin / Abitare (IT) TBC, Sandra Kassenaar / Werkplaats Typografie (NL), Casco (NL), Joerg Koch / 032c (DE), Zak Kyes & Wayne Daly / AA Print Studio (UK), Jonathan Maghen / Textfield (US), Benjamin Sommerhalder / Nieves (CH), Sulki & Min / Specter Press (KR), Luke Wood & Jonty Valentine / The National Grid (NZ) 
17 January, 19.00: Zak Kyes and Radim Pesko 
24 January, 19.00: Manuel Raeder 
30 January, 19.00: Metahaven 
All lectures at Casco, entrance free 
Forms of Inquiry was initiated by the Architectural Association, London. It is accompanied by a publication edited by Zak Kyes and Mark Owens. 
At Casco FOI has been realized with the collaboration of 
maHKU, the British Council, Gemeente Utrecht, Mondriaan Stichting and Cassochrome,London