Tique Salon #11

At Tique Salon #11 artist Ksenia Galiaeva will present her new publication ‘NOLEMON NOMELON’ and graphic designer Reg Herygers will talk about the process of designing publications with and for artists.

Ksenia Galiaeva

The term ‘autocommunication’ as used by Yuri Lotman (the main figure in Russian semiotics), describes an internal dialogue during which the information changes through excessive repetition into a creative force and can instigate changes in personality. This form of self-dialogue Ksenia Galiaeva considers the basis of all her work. Autocommunication and East-Asian ‘tactics’ of dealing with contradiction, which are seen as more contextual, flexible, and dialectical as compared with Western thinking, were the starting points for collaboration of Ksenia Galiaeva with the South Korean artist/designer duo Jin Dallae&Park Woohyuk, resulting in the NOLEMON NOMELON book.

Reg Herygers

Reg Herygers is a Antwerp based graphic designer, director of the agency Undercast, teacher at Sint Lucas Antwerp and co-organiser of the creative video event Upload Downtown.
He designed publications for and with artists, including Wesley Meuris, Arpais Dubois, Aline Vandeplas and Annelies Vanoost. Reg Herygers will present a selection of these publications, and will talk about the process of editing, designing and printing.

Tique Salon is formulated and organized by Katrin Kamrau (malenki.net) and Welmer Keesmaat (Tique).

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