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Opening: 24.05.2019 – 11:00

24.05—∞

Exhibition

Rudy Guedj:
Everything In This World Has Two Handles

Rudy Guedj (1988, FR) is a graphic designer based in Amsterdam. He has worked on various commissioned and autonomous projects ranging from book design, exhibition design, animation, illustration and installation. His interest lies in exploring the processes at play during the construction of visual narratives and the de-/reconstruction of (architectural) spaces, often through drawing. He started the publishing imprint Building Fictions in 2017.

Rudy Guedj:
Everything In This World Has Two Handles

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