Inscript Experimental Type Festival: the moment to join a revolution dawns online
Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, virtual reality, creative coding, font-side coding, generative art, algorithms, and machine learning. The list of groundbreaking technologies that alter the creative industry in miraculous ways keeps on growing. Therefore, Inscript aka the world’s inaugural experimental type festival that premieres online is this fall’s must-attend event.
Endorsed by a legion of trailblazing creatives who aim to explore the creative paths that arise at the intersection of visual arts and technology, Inscript will “explore the overlap of typography and experimental tech, including but not limited to artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, creative coding, physical computing and innovative use of traditional craft.”
Kicking off in the digital realm on the 12th of October, the festival’s pioneering concept was envisioned last spring during a conversation between like-minded creatives. A few months later, Inscript is about to explore what the creative future holds inviting all into a totally mind-blowing, machine-liberated labyrinth of typographic endeavors.
Featuring presentations and interaction with an impressive line-up of speakers enter Kelli Anderson, Underware Foundry, Tina Touli, Tátil Design, Kiel Mutschelknaus, Yehwan Song, Andreas Gysin, Sanchit Sawaria, Richard The, Vincent Wagner, Vera van de Seyp, Dennis Hoelscher, André Burnier, Talia Cotton, Basile Fournier, Laura Hilbert, Faris Kassim & My Kim Buim, Thomas Wilder, Eino Korkala & Daniel Coull, Tabitha Swanson, Daniel Wenzel, Dev Valladares, Rob Stenson, Anatoly Grashchenko, Yehang Yin, Gianpaolo Tucci and Jen Wong, the Inscript Experimental Type Festival is a five-day event not to be missed.
Brough to all by The Inscript Collective with the support of ATypI, Contemporary Type, TDC, TYPE01, Pangram Pangram® Foundry, and Typeroom, Inscript is “THE virtual portfolio and behind-the-scenes showcase experience for all things pushing the edge of the expected.”
As noted, ticket holders will be able to watch recordings for 6 months after if they miss anything.
Register for the future here.