Select a SchoolSchool of Communication
Select a ProgrammeVisual Communication
Select a StudentSebastian Koseda
4m2 of the Louvre, digitally pirated and physically replicated.
This project embraces the tension between the sublime nature of original artefacts and the exposed fragmentation of my digital piracy technique.
The suspended ‘digital debris’ echoes the three-dimensional interface and the corrupted scans within it. Printed glitched matter exposes the digital mistranslation as it is pushed back into the physical space.
Scanned from the Louvre's Department of Greek, Etruscan & Roman Antiquities, Paris 4 November 2014
Printed in the Royal College Of Art, London 1 February 2015
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication
I am a London-based graphic designer focusing on speculative works that deal with themes of ethics, authorship and identity.
In my practice I aim to merge graphic design with a satirical interrogation of contemporary culture.
- BA (Hons) Graphic Design, Middlesex University
- Offprint London, Tate Modern, London, 2015; Education Exhibition, Royal College of Art, London, 2014; Work In Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2014; The Exponential Project, Science Museum, 2014; Monumental Masonry, Sir John Soane's Museum, 2014; Little White Lies, Church Of London, 2013; Leeds Print Festival, 2014
- It’s Nice That Magazine Interview; Creative Review Feature; Exhibition and presentation at the Science Museum; Thedailytouch.com Leeds Print Festival Review 14; Radio interview on resonance FM 14; The Heart Index in collaboration with Adrian Shaughnessy 15