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Exhibition View: Print Weekend II

from April 2017

The goal of Print Weekend is to give a platform to national and international exhibitors to present and sell their selection of print editions

woman leaving AIL space, glass facade with black elements, neon signals on floor | Image by ©
Dart Cup by PFERD, person playing darts, people watching | Image by © Dart Cup by PFERD
Print fair, people sitting behind tables with prints, guests talking to them | Image by ©
Print fair, people sitting behind tables with prints, guests talking to them | Image by ©
view from outside to inside, person looking out, two posters hanging in window | Image by ©
Print fair, people sitting behind tables with prints, guests talking to them | Image by ©
Print fair, people sitting behind tables with prints, guests talking to them | Image by ©
Print fair, people sitting behind tables with prints, guests talking to them | Image by ©
Details from one of the exhibitors, colorfull prints | Image by ©
Print fair, people sitting behind tables with prints, guests talking to them | Image by ©

Self-publishing involves a diverse range of individually produced print editions and is based on independent distribution, direct contact between producers and consumers and mostly 100% authorship. Designers and artists can be authors, editors and contributors and can use media such as books and magazines to work on a range of subjects

The goal of Print Weekend is to give a platform to national and international exhibitors to present and sell their selection of print editions. This includes but is not limited to the medium of zine. We also want to find out what topics can be discovered in the printed editions made by artists and designers: Are these simply individual expressions or artistic media? Do they address social aspects? And what makes self-publishing so appealing?

Event posters were illustrated by Soybot, the exhibition was accompanied by a workshop from Analog Sonntag

Artists:
Viadukt Screenprints, Pool, Soybot, Pussy Propeller, Eju Press, Gasper Kunsic, Murmel Comics, Taumatropo, Dominik Pfeffer, David Matthews, Positive Posters (Barbara Bernardy, Frauke Cordes, Elaine Doepkens, Sarah Fricke, Yoshiko Jentczak, Lisa Petersen, Maxi Scheller, Katharina Schulze), Mark Pezinger Verlag, Kudla Werkstatt, Giorgos Beleveslis, Lara Erel, Ana Fernandes, Flamingo Press, Andreas Rosenthal & Hannah Sakai, TETRA, Elodie Grethen, Matthias Krinzinger, Jasmin Rehrmbacher, PIROL, Nina Buchner, Trabozab

Curated by Eva Weber

This event was hosted in cooperation with ARTist – the graduate association of the University of Applied Arts.

Photos: Thomas Steineder