Jürg Lehni & Alex Rich

 
Jürg Lehni (born 1978 in Lucerne, lives and works in London) is an independent designer, developer and artist. His self-initiated work originates from reflections about tools, the computer and the way we work with and adapt to technology. Over the past years he worked on a family of projects that are all linked through these topics. Most of these projects were collaborations with people from other backgrounds (Graphic designers, artists, typgoraphers and engineers).
Alex Rich (born 1977 in Caerphilly, lives and works in London) approaches design from a multi-disciplinary perspective. As a member of the jury that judged Jürg Lehni's ECAL degree show in 2002, and seeing one of Lehni's drawing machines at work, Rich – a deft observer of accidental meaning – opened a discussion with the designer about the machine's historical and cultural context. Alex Rich viewed the work as, “the translation of imagery from mind to machine to wall," and suggested assembling, for an exhibition, compilations with similar writing and drawing machines.

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 Jürg Lehni & Alex Rich - Empty Words
2011
English edition
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Artists' book.
 Jürg Lehni & Alex Rich - News
2011
English edition
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Artists' book.
 Jürg Lehni & Alex Rich - Selected Footnotes from A Recent History of Writing & Drawing
2011
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Artists' book.
 Jürg Lehni & Alex Rich - Things to Say (Viktor)
2010
English edition
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A series of wall drawings traced by a machine: a project between art, design, and engineering.


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