Genealogies of the Excessive Screens is a research project in the humanities at Yale supported by the Mellon Foundation. Examining the proliferation of screens in the contemporary world, the project sheds light on the various historical manifestations of the element in interdisciplinary ways.


The design job entailed layouts for the main booklet, two separate art gallery tour guides for the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art, individual event announcements, as well as a poster for the entire series.


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