A pair of moderators, two short questions and six well-known guests from the graphics scene make up the mix that makes the two-part Symposium. For each question, three luminaries speak with the two moderators on stage. The first part is about motion design and its qualities as well as possible effects. The rest of the discussion will focus on what moves designers and how they deal with the changes in society, digitalization and their profession. With the symposium as a prelude, the Weltformat opens its doors on Saturday, 08.10.2022 at the Bourbaki in Lucerne.
Sa 8.10.22 / 11 - 16 Uhr
Stattkino, Löwenplatz 11
Panel 1: Moving On
This panel responds to the festival theme Never Not Moving with an expanded understanding of the principle of staying in motion. Design is constantly evolving, which for designers means constantly re-creating professional identity. The panel offers insights into three different types of practices that contain elements of motion design, but at the same time pick up on the development of new fields of activity, forms of work, and attitudes. The positions range from an exploration of augmented reality as an artistic tool, to the diverse professional and personal possibilities offered by 3D art and animation, to critical reflection and alternative publishing strategies in type design.
Guets - 11am till 1pm
Nadine Kolodziey (Frankfurt/Berlin)
Source Type (Zurich), online
Masha Batsii (London)
Panel 2: Motion Design
This panel is about motion design as an essential part of today's design practice. It sets graphic elements in motion, often adding sound to them, creating new forms of visual storytelling. Due to the popularity of moving content in contemporary visual communication, the field of motion design has recently experienced a boom. This is spawning a broader field of experimentation and leading to new opportunities for the profession. In this way, this panel discusses the connection between motion design, creative coding, and artificial intelligence. At the same time, it highlights the potential for commissions in both the commercial and public sectors, and builds a bridge to the relationship between type and motion design.
Guests - 2:15 till 4pm
Vera van de Seyp (Amsterdam), online
Thonik (Amsterdam), online
Daniel Wenzel (New York)
The symposium will take place both in Stattkino and will be broadcast online via Zoom. Some guests cannot be present on site and will therefore participate digitally.
Tickets are available at the Stattkino or online (limited number of seats). Tickets for the livestream are available online.
- Organization and moderation
Eva Schuler (Bern) and Jonas Berthold (London)
- Public Transport
Bus no. 1 and 19 until station Löwenplatz