Researching across intersections of visual language, critical publishing, and digital media environments. Actively contributing to stanza – studio for critical graphic design & publishing (DK). Creatively co-directing fanfare – artistic research collective of interlinked communications (NL). Continuously learning – currently, as a research fellow at the London School of Film, Media and Design, UWL (UK).
- Unlearn, Display, ConnectTokyo Art Bookfair (JP)Curatiorial concept and artistic direction for country section
- Glitchy, Caring, TacticalA Relational Study Between Artistic Tactics and Minor TechPaper for APRJA
- Between Dog & WolfAmsterdam (NL), Copenhagen (DK), Milano (IT)Film and research of online conspirational climate imaginaries
- Overgaden identityOvergaden (DK)Visual identity and concept for contemporary art institution
- Wat nu, Koetsier?Museum of Communication (NL)Curatorial concept, creative direction and research of misused advertisement spaces
- Landscape with Bearde Appel Amsterdam (NL)Creative direction and visual identity for group exhibition
- Playground of the In-BetweenGraphic Days (IT)Concept, creative direction and visual identity for exhibition audioguide
- Parasite Dinerfanfare, When Site Lost the Plot (NL)Curatorial concept and artistic direction for dine-in duo shows
- fanfare inc. TransportationGraphic Design Biennial (FR)Research series on creative working conditions
- fanfare inc. ToolsManifesta 12 (IT), Its a Book (DE), Libros Mutantes (ES) , fanfare (NL)Research series on creative working conditions
- awɪ sɔː ðə saʊndGerrit Rietveld Academie (NL)Workshop on relations between space, sound, and design
- GlossyKrabbesholm (DK)Workshop on collective typography
- Designing DetourEindhoven Design Academy (NL)Workshop on mapping and neighbourhood encounters
- Nomadic B(oo)ksIED (ES)Workshop on space, books, and displays
- The Live ArchiveALT_CPH (DK)Sound experiement for instant archiving at art fair
- Art of Documenting Artfanfare (NL)Art direction and curation for research series on documentation
- From Elite to the StreetVan Gogh Museum (NL)Concept, curation, creative direction for exhibition intervention
- Making it workfanfare (NL)Conversation series on drives and struggles across creative collective practices
- fanfare displayTallinn (EE), Chaumont (FR), Leipzig (DE), Amsterdam (NL)Concept and construction of modular display system
- Flag dialogueCouncil of the European Union , Amsterdam (NL)Creative direction and writing for conversational flags
- Lunch BytesAmsterdam (NL), Zürich (CH), Washington, D. C. (US)Creative direction and visual identity
- Misplaced, disrupted, dysfunctionaltransmediale (DE), Digital Aesthetics Research Center, Aarhus University (DK), Centre for the Study of the Networked Image, London South Bank University (UK)Research presentation and writing contribution
What options do we have to present the book? Do you read, see, or hear it? Is it flat, or could you move through it?
NOMADIC B(OO)KS took shape as 3 days workshop and was conducted at IED Madrid with 2nd, 3rd and 4th-year graphic design students. The workshop specifically focused on current ways of experiencing and presenting printed matter. For the workshop, each participant was asked to bring a publication of their own choice, for which they were provided with identical tools and materials to custom-build and design a book display. In the process of gathering and presenting the results, the group temporarily turned into a large-scale hybrid design studio of printing, communication, and design-departments.
The printed manual functions as a guideline for future display installations of similar material, as an inspiration for 45 ways of documenting a set-up, and as a visual extension of the 45 different books set into play.
NOMADIC BOOKS publication:
Printed in: Risograph in fluor orange & teal green
Paper: Munken Lynx 90 grams
Typeface: Agipo by Radim Pesko
NOMADIC BOOKS Display tools:
FROST Drying rags, designed by Ikea of Sweden
NOMADIC BOOKS References:
Marshall McLuhan, The Medium is the Massage, 1967,
Papanek, V. & Hennessy, J. (1973). Nomadic Furniture, Pantheon Books, New York
Papanek, V. & Hennessy, J. (1974). Nomadic Furniture 2, Pantheon Books, New York
Papanek, V. & Hennessy, J. (1977). How Things Don’t Work, Pantheon Books, New York
Berger, J. (1972). Ways of Seeing, BBC
Wetzel, G. (2010). El Bulli, Cooking in Progress
IED Madrid, School of Visual Arts directs a focus on cultural, educational and editorial projects and intersects a cross-disciplinary and societal approach to design.