DUNNO HOW TO WRITE - 2

hu | eng

 

artists/designers: Bendegúz Batke, Adrienn Császár, Laura Csocsán, Csenge Katinka, Nicoló Oriani, Anna Takács, Morgane VanTorre

date: 25th of August – 04th of September 2020. 
opening:
 7pm 25th of August 2020.
opening speech by: Máté Sipos

DUNNO HOW TO WRITE
is an independent periodical practice from Hungarian type and graphic designers to showcase contemporary perspectives of typography. A collaborative platform tho share ideas, sketches and inspirations. Homage of Hungarian typographical traditions and authors from the past, and a quick view of the current trends in international context. A journey through the way of thinking in high contrast, a saddle-stitched black and white playground.
 
LETTERS HAVE NO SPECIFIC LANGUAGE
A single character has its own denotations in every language, however a letter is self-existent beyond any written or spoken language (specially the latin characters). A visual complex that has its own meanings, and a compliant ”employee” of system called “big picture”.
A small part of the machine and the machine itself.

DHTW 2. is about to showcase and observe the letters in their the universal and adaptive yet sovereign, complex, experimental nature.
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter 
 
photo: Dávid Demeter