San Francisco Design Week 2019

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  Studio  Related Department   Country  China   Designer(s)  Art Direction: Scarlett Xin Meng Design: Scarlett Xin Meng, Huangzhi Tang, Polly Zheng   Description   WiFi-Poet  "WiFi-Poet" is a collaborative writing project by artist Northy Chen, first performed at Basement 6 Shanghai where participants could edit WiFi names on-site and compose poems together with these names on their cell phones. We designed a poetry book and a website for this project.  Part of the book is printed in reflective ink so that certain printed contents can only reveal in the dark to go with the "black box" nature of this new media art project. The website is a place where any visitor can edit and re-compose the poem anywhere anytime, so the content is iterative and the poem will always be changing. All the edits will be archived chronologically on the website for visitors to trace back earlier versions of the poem.  Size: L 17" X W 24" A set of four scarves   Website   related.design    Online bidding begins on these flags June 5 through June 21. Register here:   events.handbid.com/auctions/sfdw-community

Studio
Related Department

Country
China

Designer(s)
Art Direction: Scarlett Xin Meng
Design: Scarlett Xin Meng, Huangzhi Tang, Polly Zheng

Description
WiFi-Poet
"WiFi-Poet" is a collaborative writing project by artist Northy Chen, first performed at Basement 6 Shanghai where participants could edit WiFi names on-site and compose poems together with these names on their cell phones. We designed a poetry book and a website for this project.

Part of the book is printed in reflective ink so that certain printed contents can only reveal in the dark to go with the "black box" nature of this new media art project. The website is a place where any visitor can edit and re-compose the poem anywhere anytime, so the content is iterative and the poem will always be changing. All the edits will be archived chronologically on the website for visitors to trace back earlier versions of the poem.

Size: L 17" X W 24"
A set of four scarves

Website
related.design

Online bidding begins on these flags June 5 through June 21. Register here:
events.handbid.com/auctions/sfdw-community