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Moving Types – Letters in Motion

[Exhibition]

Client

z zg Zentrum Zeitbasierte Gestaltung, FH Mainz/ HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd in cooperation with the Gutenberg-Museum Mainz

curators

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg, z zg
Prof. Anja Stöffler, z zg
Prof. Harald Pulch, FH Mainz

concept/ design/ creative direction

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg, z zg
Prof. Anja Stöffler, z zg

graphic design/motion design

Beppo Albrecht, Miriam Bröckel, Nicole Höfle, Julian Hölzer, Adrian Jehle, Dominic Specht, HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd
Simon Mayer, Acht Frankfurt . Visual Catering

interface design

Adrian Abele, Onofrio Di Franco, Antonio Krämer-Fernandez,
Martha Miosga, Marcel Müller, David Nickel, Luise Pescheck,
Julian Schwarz, Patric Sterrantino, Dominik Witzke,
HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd

programming

metaminded UG, Aalen/Kassel
Erik Freydank, Kevin Röhl,
FH Mainz
Nikolaus Völzow, Karlsruhe

communication planning

Sebastian Bauer, Pia Hofmann, Till Köhler, Sandra Kühefuß, Kerstin Röcker, Philipp Schadt, Nadine Zschäk,
HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd
Leonore Kleinkauf, Manfred Liedtke, Birgitta Loehr, Kristofer Oedekoven, Uwe Zentgraf,
FH Mainz/img

exhibition design/interior design

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg, z zg
Prof. Anja Stöffler, z zg

architecture showroom

Bartek Wieczorek, unique
assemblage, Frankfurt/Main

“Moving Types – Letters in Motion” is an interactive exhibition that documents the history of animated letters from the beginnings of film through modern times. More than 200 internationally outstanding examples of animated letters, both historical and current, are presented in this exhibition. Arranged chronologically and according to subject, the examples range from early avant-garde films to modern music videos and art films. The exhibits are presented by means of illuminated cubes with QR codes that link to the individual film sequences. These clips are accessible via iPads that the visitors can borrow. Visually, the exhibition is determined by these self-illuminating QR codes, with the cubes displaying the codes arranged chronologically. To facilitate easy orientation, each cube bears the name and date of each respective exhibit.

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