'The paper book as a new computer and game platform': public lecture by visiting graphic designer Étienne Mineur

Date: Wednesday 24 Oct, 12pm - 1pm
Location: AUT City Campus
Europe House, Level 16, WO Building
Auckland
New Zealand
Cost: Free
Contact: harry.silver@aut.ac.nz
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'The paper book as a new computer and game platform': public lecture by visiting graphic designer Étienne Mineur 10/24/2018 12:00 10/24/2018 13:00 Join us for a unique opportunity to hear from a world leading graphic designer.Étienne Mineur will show almost 10 years of design and experimentation in graphic AUT City Campus, Europe House, Level 16, WO Building, Auckland , New Zealand
Etienne Mineur Free Public lecture

Join us for a unique opportunity to hear from a world leading graphic designer.

Étienne Mineur will show almost 10 years of design and experimentation in graphic design, game design and tangible design with a focus on the relationship between the tangible and digital, asking us to consider the paper book as a new computer and game platform.

The Embassy of France in New Zealand and The Institut Français are bringing Étienne to New Zealand for Novembre Numérique (Digital November) – a celebration of French expertise, creativity and digital innovation.

About Étienne Mineur

A member of the AGI (International Graphic Alliance) since 2000, Étienne Mineur is an independent artistic director and Co-founder and Creative Director of 3 companies, the most recent being www.volumique.com – a publishing house and research lab, specialising in the invention, fabrication and development of new games, toys and books, fusing together elements of both the physical and the digital worlds.

Étienne is also a visiting professor at ENSAD School of Art, ENSCI School of Industrial Design and HEAD School of Art and Design.

Masterclass

Following the free public lecture Étienne will facilitate a mini-masterclass, bringing his expertise and experience to advise participants on their projects. The mini-masterclass is by application only with strictly limited numbers. Contact Harry Silver – hsilver@aut.ac.nz if you are interested in applying.