Danielle Aubert

Typographical Labor, Printing & Property

Tuesday March 15, 2016
6:30–7:30 pm
1100 Architecture and Design Studios
College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts
University of Illinois at Chicago

Free and open to the public.

In the early 1970s the Detroit Printing Co-op was open to anyone who was willing to learn to operate typesetting and offset printing machinery. The first English translation of Guy Debord’s Society of the Spectacle was printed there. In this talk, Aubert will present recent projects and discuss the relevance of cooperative printing in Detroit in the 1970s.

Danielle Aubert works with Lana Cavar and Natasha Chandani as part of the design group CLANADA. She was the recipient of a two-year fellowship at the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University from 2013-15. She is the author of 16 Months Worth of Drawing Exercises in Microsoft Excel (Various Projects: 2006), Marking the Dispossessed (Passenger Books: 2015) and co-author of Thanks for the View, Mr. Mies: Lafayette Park, Detroit (Metropolis Books: 2012). She is an Assistant Professor of graphic design at Wayne State University in Detroit.