This exhibition at the Goldstein Museum of Design attempts to illustrate the intersection between anti-mainstream musicians and how they depict their music through promotional graphics, uniting sound with visual expression.
Through materials from the University of Minnesota Libraries’ Minnesota Underground Music Archive, affordable production methods, such as Risograph, screen print, Xerox, pen and ink illustration, and collage, are explored in detail, analyzing the aesthetic nuances that these techniques offer.
Read more about this exhibit, curated by Calee Cecconi, on the College of Design’s website
What: EXHIBIT | Low-Fidelity Design: Making Techniques from the Minnesota Underground Music Scene
When: Jan. 28 through May 13, 2023
Hours: Open during building hours at McNeal Hall
Where: Goldstein Gallery, McNeal Hall, University of Minnesota, 1985 Buford Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108