Facilitator: Melissa Sunjaya
Every Saturday, November 03, 10, 17, 24; December 01, 08, 15, 22, 2018
Dimensional Morphology is a visual laboratory for a modern generation that has been especially designed to be modular and systematic in its delivery. This series of classes encourages creative practitioners to collectively experiment with various visual elements, to utilize them as methods of research and analysis and as problem-solving tools for whatever transformations that occur in our lives.
Melissa Sunjaya is an artist who has received many awards for her work with TULISAN, a label which she founded in order to highlight illustration as art. Through this community-based brand she has made a creative space that manifested the many imaginative art forms created in the New East Indies (her take on Indonesia's new generation) that are based on typography, drawing, and design.
In cooperation with
Visual Elements and Design Principles
Typography and Grid System
Legal and Ethics in Design