dis­ser­ta­ti­on – rewri­ting distan­ce

A pro­ject by Isol­de Fit­zel

Descrip­ti­on

The dis­ser­ta­ti­on con­sists of three parts: the swiss-type brochu­re with open spi­ne, dvd-tray and slip­ca­se. its topic is about the crea­ti­ve pro­cess its­elf par­ti­cu­lar­ly in terms of the sub­ject of dance dra­ma­tur­gy (whe­re tho­se pro­ces­ses ori­gi­na­te, how they were influ­en­ced by sta­tic varia­bles, how they deve­lop bet­ween tho­se sta­tic items etc.).

The visu­al con­cept cites that func­t­u­nal ana­lo­gy trans­fer­ring it into a fle­xi­ble grid sys­tem con­sis­ting of sta­tic bor­ders, also giving enough fle­xi­bi­li­ty to deve­lop the pro­ces­ses poten­ti­al, e.g. image con­cept = work­shop con­cept: move­ment of the pho­tos towards each other sho­wing their distan­ce cove­r­ed like traces on the pages becau­se of the papers trans­pa­ren­cy.

Credits:
Design: Isol­de Fit­zel
Pro­ject-Pho­tos: Mike Leith­ner
Dissertation/Text: Guy Cools
Pho­tos: Micha­el Rein­hart

Isol­de Fit­zel

Isol­de Fit­zel – ori­gi­nal­ly from Ulm, Ger­ma­ny – is a free­lan­ce gra­phic-desi­gner / art direc­tor, edu­ca­ted typo­gra­pher, living and working in Vien­na.
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2 Comments

  1. marlene
    Juni 6, 2014

    Unbelievable.i love it .

  2. Dennis
    Juni 10, 2014

    Sehr fein­füh­li­ge, durch­dach­te und sau­be­re Arbeit. Fein fein!

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