Signals from the Periphery was an international graphic design event, taking place from July 1 to August 13, 2017 at the Tallinn Art Hall and its surrounding venues. The project brought together urgent developments in graphic design with a focus on practices that extend the field. These practices often expand into other cultural fields, while creating new hybrid forms, as well as seeking out new economic models to sustain themselves. Signals from the Periphery encompassed an exhibition at the Tallinn Art Hall, a satellite exhibition at the EAA gallery, an extensive public programme and a book published to accompany the project.
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