C(   )T(   ):
Typojanchi 2015

Typojanchi is an International Biennale that takes place in Seoul. Typojanchi uniquely explores various intersections where the art of visible language meets other cultural areas — literature, city, music, film, politics and economy. The forth edition of Typojanchi was held under the theme of City and Typography, and named its identity C(   )T(   ).
C as in city. T for typography. C is the first consonant of the word city and T is the second, typography. The letters C(   )T(   ) can also be pronounced as the word 'city' without the silent I and Y. This relationship can allude to some of the existing anomalies already found in the urban environment. Buildings, structures, infrastructures form a foundation and the in-between or surrounding spaces often define the city. These 'in-between spaces' give a city its personality, character and life. Typojanchi 2015 seeks to invite those who might fill or celebrate these defining in-between spaces. If C and T can be considered an open platform, Typojanchi 2015 invites typography to play the role of symbol between physical signifier and the culturally signified.
(   ) implies something that is missing. Or something wished for. (   ) provides more and sometimes nothing at all. The idea of a city can be implied in C(   )T(   ). Perhaps it is something in the background, perhaps nothing left or even the notion that everything can be filled. Typojanchi 2015 reflects on cities through (   ). Diverse cities fill the indiscernible (   ) with both imagination and wit.
C(   )T(   ) will be C(            )T( ), C( )T(            ), or C(                  )T(                  ).
— Director, Kymn Kyungsun

Typojanchi 2015 
The 4th International Typography Biennale
11 November — 27 December, 2015
Culture Station Seoul 284 and other corresponding places

- Hosted by
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism

- Organized by
Korea Craft and Design Foundation, Korean Society of Typography

- Authorized by

- Organizing Committee
Ahn Sang-soo (Chairman), Neville Brody, Lars Muller, Paula Scher, Wang Xu, Hara Kenya, Kim Yongseob, Choi Jeongcheol, Han Jaejoon

- Promotion Committee
Min Choi (Chairman), Lee Byungju, Jung Jinyeoul, Jung Jaewan, Park Sujin, Park Seongtae

- Sponsor
Naver, Doosung paper, The Japan Foundation Seoul

- Support
Ahn graphics, Small house big door, INNOIZ, rebel9, Samsung

- Media sponsor
Monthly Design, Idea magazine, SPACE magazine

- Director
Kymn Kyungsun

- Special Exhibition Director
Adrian Shaughnessy

- Chief Curator
Lee Kiseob, Lee Jaemin, Chris Ro, Kelly Choi Moonkyung

- Curator
Tetsuya Goto, Min Byunggeol, Fritz K. Park, Ahn Byunghak, Cho Hyun (Shim Daeki, Lee Choongho)

- Committee
Jun Miyeon, Lee Hongkyu, Adele Yoon Hyunjung

- Coordinator
Sohn Youngeun, Lee Daeun, Asechi Kimi, Jiang Yan

- Graphic Design
Sohn Youngeun, Kang Hong, Lee Daeun

- Design Assistant
Yang Doyeon, Han Yeji, Leem Hyeeun, Kim Sohee

- Exhibition Graphic Design
Studio fnt

- Exhibition Space Design

- Website Design
E Roon Kang

- Official Poster Design
Aaron Nieh, Helmo, Lee Jaemin, Ludovic Balland, Keetra Dean Dixon, Richard Niessen, Siggi Eggertsson

- Communication Poster Design
Lee Jaemin

- Catalogue Publishing
Ahn graphics

- Catalogue Editing
Park Hwalsung

- Catalogue Design
Lee Kyeongsoo

- Photography
SSSauna studio

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