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Alice Twemlow, Professor by Special Appointment in the Wim Crouwel Chair of History, Theory and Sociology of Graphic Design and Visual Culture and AHM academic staff member, will give her inaugural lecture 'Disquieting Histories. Notes on Silence in the Graphic Design Archive'.

Event details of Inaugural lecture Alice Twemlow
Date 1 December 2022
Time 16:00
Location Aula - Lutherse kerk
Alice Twemlow. Fotografie Anna Kieblesz

The Wim Crouwel Chair was established on behalf of the Wim Crouwel Institute, a foundation dedicated to making the heritage of Dutch graphic design accessible for research and education.

Alice Twemlow's research has focused on design criticism, consumption of graphic design, the relationship between design and time, experimental publishing, critical and speculative design, and the nature of design and artistic research and methodologies.

The inaugural lecture will be followed by the 2022 edition of the Wim Crouwel Institute's 'It's All Graphic', held at Pakhuis de Zwijger (Piet Heinkade 179) and devoted to an exploiration of the role of graphic design in problematizing the archive.

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Aula - Lutherse kerk

Singel 411
1012 WN Amsterdam