25th – 27th May 2017 — Berlin, Germany
TYPO Berlin 2017 will tackle methodological agility, and aims to facilitate a rethinking. How do I get out of my comfort zone? At which points can I permit fluid structures? How do I develop new potential for innovation? Those are the questions typical of traditional organisational models, which won’t help us make headway in the future.
Bruntwood has invested a quarter of a million pounds into the media wall at Neo, which is made up of 30 x 55” screens. It will be a permanent digital art space on the ground floor of Neo, its new collaborative, community-led workspace in Manchester city centre and will also be open to the public during office hours.
The media will also showcase Bruntwood-supported projects, including The Bruntwood Prize For Playwriting in partnership with the Royal Exchange Theatre, and Manchester International Festival (MIF), plus work from the Manchester School of Art and independent artists from across the UK. It is also open for future submissions from digital artists in Manchester, the UK and internationally.