Join Texas Tech College of Architecture for this lecture.
The lecture will present research-based and recent commissioned projects by Studio Folder, with a focus on the concept and production behind some of the installations, image-making tools, and maps designed by the studio.
Studio Folder is an agency for visual design and spatial research based in Milan, Italy, and co-founded by Marco Ferrari and Elisa Pasqual in 2012. The studio focuses on the visualisation of ideas and information across a diverse range of outcomes and fields—from speculative digital platforms, to interactive installations, data visualisations, publications, and identities. The studio operates within an extensive and international network of collaborations both with cultural institutions and commercial enterprises, from individuals to foundations, companies, and galleries—while actively engaging in the investigation of autonomous research paths.
Marco Ferrari is an architect, designer, and co-founder of Studio Folder, an agency for visual design and spatial research based in Milan, Italy. His interests focus on the politics of visual and cartographic representation. Marco is the head of the MA Information Design at Design Academy Eindhoven, and adjunct visiting professor at Columbia GSAPP.