C-U-B-E at the Lamar Dodd School of Art is the experimental design lab that was founded by Moon Jung Jang in Spring 2015. C-U-B-E has multiple functions, such as a design research lab, workshop, press, shop, gallery, and archive. C-U-B-E invites designers, artists, and students to participate in design workshops in collaborative settings.
C-U-B-E invited two student designers, Jake Green and Joel Kern, to assist in developing the C-U-B-E identity design and the project, A Liquid Network: C-U-B-E as a Coffee Shop in July, 2015. In August, 2015, C-U-B-E created two participatory workshops, Play with C-U-B-E Logo and Offline Shortcut Key Wall. In February, 2016, C-U-B-E featured the exhibit, Color Lab that included student work from graphic design courses. In March of 2016, C-U-B-E invited the designers, Joel Kern, Julie Rodriguez, Erin Moore, and Christopher Knowles to collaborate in C-U-B-E Workshop 03: On The Boundaries. An ongoing project, Color Your Voice is open to public participation at C-U-B-E. In November, 2016, Erin Macintosh, an artist and educator was invited to C-U-B-E to conduct a collaborative project, Watercolor Splice. Then, Cassie Hester, a graphic designer and educator, was invited by Julie Spivey, an Associate Professor. Cassie had the experimental typography show, Push Until it Falls Apart.
C-U-B-E Exhibitions and Workshops 2017
unsolved: math+de-sign by Math and Design students, David Gay, Moon Jang / supported by ICE