2014 Lecture by Paul Elliman (Feb 13)
London-based designer and visiting critic at the Yale University School of Art, Paul Elliman is known for his work with a found typography of objects and industrial debris. His work has been exhibited at London’s Tate Modern, New York’s New Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Kunsthalle Basel. Elliman is also thesis supervisor for the Werkplaats Typografie, an international graduate program in Arnhem, Netherlands.
The Critical Issues in Contemporary Art lecture series is held in conjunction with ART 361/595 (taught by Eric Fredericksen) and is sponsored by the Nebula Project of the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design with generous support from the College of Arts and Sciences, the Henry Art Gallery, and the New Foundation Seattle.
The video was recorded and edited by Molly Murphy.