Jürg Lehni works collaboratively across disciplines, dealing with the nuances of technology, tools, and the human condition. His works often take the form of platforms and scenarios for production, such as the drawing machines Hektor, Rita, and Viktor, as well as software-based structures and frameworks, including Vectorama.org, Scriptographer.org, Paperjs.org. Lehni has shown work internationally in group and solo shows at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and Design Museum, London. He currently teaches in the UCLA Design | Media Arts department.
In conjunction with Graphic Design: Now in Production.
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