Making Sense reports on ten years of Research in Art and Design at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne. It features a synopsis of research projects and a selection of projects' descriptions, accompanied by conversations on design and artistic research between ECAL professors and leading scholars in these fields.
ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne is recognized as a world reference in terms of graphic design. This success is largely based on a strategy of workshops that allow students to learn from the best Swiss and international designers on the school premises. This book retraces projects conducted in the Bachelor's Graphic Design and Master's programs between 2010 to 2015.
The aim of the volume Exhibited Cinema is to reconstruct the history of cinema in exhibition contexts and to trace its archeology, through original essays by researchers, curators, artists and filmmakers.
A guide for J. G. Ballard's The Atrocity Exhibition, between human sciences and science fiction, between the history of art and the medicine including reproductions of 20s pulps and of 60s independent magazines.
An international history of video art and experimental cinema networks in the early 1970s: the volume casts a new eye on various exhibitions, broadcasts and production and distribution structures, including a case study on Jonas Mekas' Anthology Film Archives.
This book is part of a research project conducted at ECAL that takes a critical look at standards in the field of offset printing. One will find here a collection of texts and images related to colour printing which recount histories, at times unknown, others forgotten, or else, for some, never told.
A bible for graphic designers: first publication dedicated to “Color Library,” the database of color profiles for artists, designers and printers created at ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne. It features documentation on the various tools offered by the platform, a visual essay by Shirana Shahbazi, and texts by specialists.
This publication examines the new paradigms of creation, dissemination and teaching of photography in the digital age. Resulting from a research project by the Master Photography at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, the publication includes a series of essays and interviews, productions done by the Master's students, together with a selection of representative works.