Analogue Realities

Series: Evening Lecture
Date: Wednesday 27 April 2016
Time: 18:30
Venue: Lecture Hall
Running time: 78 mins

In his lecture Lars Müller poses the hypothetical question of to what extent we can renounce physical and analogue experiences without losing our sense for reality. The real-time experience as a sensual sensation has gone out of style. It is about time to get it back. The new avant-garde is analogue.
Finally, Lars Müller will also talk about his books.

Lars Müller, born in Oslo in 1955 and based in Switzerland, trained as a graphic designer. In 1983 he started publishing books on architecture, design, art and photography. He is a passionate educator and has taught at various universities, since 2009 as a guest lecturer at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.

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