Freelance designer Alex Rich has created the invitation for the Institute of Contemporary Art’s exhibition, In Many Ways This Exhibition Has Already Happened, which runs from 1 December to 20 January 2002. The exhibition will cover graphic design, digital architecture and visual art from Pierre Huyghe, M/M, Philippe Parreno and R & Sie. The brief, Rich says, was to come up with a typography for the title of the show. The card is covered in parcel tape to blank out an illustration of a face, drawn by Rich, so only a tear is visible. Rich collaborated with Laurent Benner on the work.
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The exhibition includes banknotes baked in apple pie, dexterity tests for bank staff and a “Cold War calculator”.
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