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Who's who / 08 Apr 2019 / RDW team
  • LUCIAN LUPU2019 // Temp Studio
  • LUCIAN LUPU2019 // Temp Studio
  • LUCIAN LUPU2019 // Temp Studio
  • LUCIAN LUPU2019 // Temp Studio
Lucian Lupu is an artist with a solid background in graphic design and eight years of experience as an agency art director. Graduating from The National University of Arts in Iași with a Master in Visual Arts, he has been working in advertising ever since doing graphic design (branding, packaging, art direction, illustration).

Activating as a multi-disciplinary artist, he dives into unfamiliar waters to the eye, such as music, installations, video, finding both comfort and terror in the new media


2019 // Temp Studio

Lucian Lupu has coordinated the designing of the verbal and graphic identity for the third edition of Temp Studio (Portugal), a one-week residency program for new media art. In this edition, the challenge was to create a language that highlights the relationship between art and technology, while maintaining a neutrality that doesn't suppress creativity of the participants.

Together with the Temp Studio’s former communication team, Catarina Lee and Susana Sanches, key visuals were generated using data they have collected from previous participants — the age, the km distance to Lisbon from their base countries or the ratio of their drink preference. They wanted to emphasize on the critical aspect in new media art by creating a contrast between the edgy tech look of the 3D visuals and the trivial data source of the code, as well as to reveal new ways of using data.