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Inaugural Lecture by Prof. Susanne Stahl

Porträt von Susanne Stahl
Prof. Susanne Stahl © Patrick Desbrosses

On the occasion of her appointment as Professor of Editorial Design at the Department of Design, Prof. Susanne Stahl will give her inaugural lecture "The book you want to design no longer exists" on the 11th of December 2023.

Editorial design is currently undergoing significant change. The ongoing development of digital and networked media is changing the way people read, organise, design, produce and distribute content. The production of books is facing increasing challenges, while at the same time access to extensive online content is becoming ever easier. What tools are available to us in editorial design to inspire and find new forms of expression? How do you design something that can be a website, a book, a magazine, a mobile app or an installation at any time? What does the publication of tomorrow look like?

About the person
Susanne Stahl completed her Master's degree in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art in London. She also has a diploma in Integrated Design, studied abroad at the Institute of Technology in Bangkok and received a one-year scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Together with Tobias Röttger, she runs the design studio Stahl R in Berlin and works for national and international clients such as the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, the cultural association Imagine the City, the inclusive RambaZamba theatre and the Bauhaus Foundation. From 2011 to 2015, Stahl was an artistic associate at the Berlin University of the Arts and has taught nationally and internationally since 2015. Since 2023, she has been a professor at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and a member of the board of 100 Beste Plakate e.V.

Inaugural lecture
When: 11/12/2023, 6.00 pm
Where: House D / 011
Meeting ID: 666 7213 5880
Identification code: 60405897

The inaugural lecture is open to the public. Interested parties are welcome. Following the lecture, there will be a small reception in the foyer of House D.