Annelies Vaneycken
is a graphic designer
bio
Annelies Vaneycken explores the peripheries of the design field. In 1999 she founded Trans-ID, a studio for visual communication based in Brussels, and has been working there as a designer ever since. Besides client-related work, she is interested in the “authorship” of her profession, where graphic design meets other disciplines. She enjoys exploring social issues arising from cultural identity into self-initiated projects. Since 1999 she’s been a lecturer at the LUCA, school of Arts in Brussels. In 2007 she became laureate of the bi-annual Prize of Art and Design of the province of Flemish Brabant. She lives and works in Belgium. (www.anneliesvaneycken.be)
Italo Calvino, “Le città invisibili” (Torino, Giulio Einaudi, 1972)
italo-calvino-invisible-cities.pdf
Georges Perec, "Espèces d’espaces” (Paris, Galilée, 1974), 93 -108.
Espèces d’espaces.pdf
Gaston Bachelard, “La Poétique de l’Espace”, (Boston: Beacon Press, 1958), 90 - 104.
La Poétique de l’Espace.pdf