Art Ink present an in-conversation between established artists, designers and thought leaders in the industry. With recent publications, such as Paul Yore: WORLD MADE FLESH as a talking point, panelists will discuss the role of publishing today.
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Simon Hayman Speaker
Simon Hayman occupies multiple positions in the creative world. He is the founder and creative director of Hayman Design, a Melbourne-based design studio, as well as founder and director of STATION Gallery and Art Ink, a publishing house that specializes in producing art books and magazines.
Lavinia Puccetti Speaker
Lavinia Puccetti is a graphic designer based in Melbourne. She has a marked interest and experience in editorial and branding design across print and digital platforms. At Hayman Design, she has designed issues of VAULT, to Be, and UNION magazines, as well as books PAUL YORE: WORD MADE FLESH, Ben Quilty Free Fall (Penguin and Art Ink editions), co-designed Jon Cattapan: Threshold Signs 2008-2001, and the forthcoming The Dingo Project: Curated by Djon Mundine.
Paul Yore Speaker
Paul Yore works across installation, sound, video, collage, assemblage, and textiles, often employing needlepoint, quilting, and appliqué techniques. Narratives of kitsch Australiana collide with sexually and politically loaded images, and popular culture reference to make up Yore’s uniquely garish, playful, provocative and politically astute works. Yore’s recently released catalogue raisoneé Paul Yore: WORD MADE FLESH was designed by Hayman Design and published by Art Ink.
Natalie King Moderator
Natalie King is an arts leader, cultural producer and curator with more than two decades of experience in international visual culture. Her cultural footprint has seen her develop a depth of expertise and networks in contemporary art, realising programs across Australia, Asia-Pacific and Europe. Working across multiple domains, her skilled leadership spans the lifecycle of artistic production and management from new commissions, exhibitions, artistic partnerships, stakeholder relations, fundraising and programming.