[LGM] hello LGM2014 content team!
a.l.e at ideale.ch
Tue Nov 19 09:28:24 PST 2013
> On 11/19/2013 11:05 AM, Christoph Haag wrote:
> > Dear LGM Organisers,
> > as I had a look at the log of your last meeting
> > (http://houz.org/LGM/2014/) I had an idea I'd like to
> > suggest/discuss. Why not use the content categories even more
> > prominent, namely as a subline within the logo for the Leipzig
> > meeting and make the logo become a generative
> > information/(graphic), used on different occasions throughout (and
> > before) the meeting. This could be automated and would also reflect
> > the focus on 'computational/generative media'. Here are some
> > drafts/mock-ups, the most direct/basic approach, but I think one
> > gets the idea.
> > http://www.lafkon.net/exchange/lgm2014/131119/
> > I did boil it down to 4 points, keeping 'magic' in favour of
> > 'future', but this needs to be discussed. Furthermore I think to
> > have these buzzwords on such a prominent level could help to
> > broaden the audience, because people get a direct impression what
> > to expect at the meeting: code & art & magic(/future).
> We might think about an equation:
> code + art = magic
> since code uninformed by the art will lack creativity and utility. Art
> uninformed by the consideration of the coding process creates buggy
> (and of course variations like
> code * art = magic
> code^art = magic
> for the fussy
> code != magic, art != magic, code + art = magic
instead of "demo" i would suggest to use the label "graphics",
"designer", or something else signifying a focus on "production".
... this is inspired by past feedback from LGMers that are into
graphics design but do not consider themselves artists...
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