Tentaculum Tentaculum
Tentaculum Tentaculum
Tentaculum Tentaculum
Tentaculum Tentaculum

Publication Launch
Friday 24 March,
19h – 22h
at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Tentaculum is a multi-limbed project by the Gerrit Rietveld Graphic Design second year students, coordinated by theory tutor Amelia Groom. 

With the octopus taken up as a model for thought and organisation, Tentaculum unfolds as a publication organised around eight thematic limbs: Surveillance & Escape; Embodiment & the Distributed Brain;Touch & Dissolving Boundaries; Networks & Entanglement; Ink & Imprint; Alien & Other; Camouflage & Language; Fantasy & Desire.

Join us for the launch event as part of Rietveld Uncut on Friday 24 March from 19.00-22.00 at the Stedelijk Museum.








Contributions

Surveillance & Escape
By Stefán Stefánsson, Kimberley Cosmilla,
Eliott Déchamboux and Jurgis Lietunovas

Embodiment & the Distributed Brain
By Laslo Strong, Alexander Übelhör,
Helena Tan and Claes Storm

Touch & Dissolving Boundaries
By Mikk Jõgi, Robert Finkei and Manon Bachelier

Networks & Entanglement
By Paul Girardeau, Wooseok Jang,
Elina Birkehag and Marcel Mrejen

Ink & Imprint
By Ruby van Vugt, Line Arngaard,
Alice Trimouille and Anton Halla

Alien & Other
By Yunie Chae, Zuzana Kostelanská
and Jan Janssenswillen

Camouflage & Language
By Beatriz Conefrey, Deimante Jasiuleviciute, Gezim Muharemi and Robin Brass

Fantasy & Desire
By Orin Bristow, Clara Pasteau, Han Yu
and Kaspar Sellin





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