Design of the online platform for the upcoming 13th Gwangju Biennale taking place in 2021.
The book A Walk in High Resolution deals with corporeality, sleeping, awakening, and walking through the interiors and fissures of urban infrastructures. Almost touching neighboring bodies, reliving experiences in cities by being absorbed in space that is at once personal, reflective, consumptive, and the other, we walk through cities.
Tohu wa-Bohu is a collaborative artist’s book project by Extrapool and guest curator Taco Hidde Bakker. During two residency periods at Extrapool, six visual artists explored the interface of photography and risograph/stencil printing loosely inspired by the concept of tohu wa-bohu and the city of Nijmegen.
Website for visual artist James Beckett
Identity for the Graduation Show 2019 of the Design Academy Eindhoven
The platform Kunst ≈ Onderzoek (or Art ≈ Research) is a collaboration of the art lectorates or professorships of the higher art education in the Netherlands. The objectives is to inform, exchange and collaborate in the field of research in the arts.
Graduation Catalogue for the Design Academy Eindhoven
The Small Museum cabinet, which was used for the public announcements of the church, will be transformed into a local wifi hotspot to stream a multi vocal 'Pa-Ra-Di-So Rapsodia'. A live algorithmic choir composition created through the phones connected to the score while waiting in front of the building to enter.
Database for 3rd Cycle PhD Programs in Europe
Voz Ativa: Biblioteca Social' by Mariana Lanari is an installation that proposes to reactivate the Casa do Povo library, a space in São Paulo Brazil that remained closed for 40 years.
During one month the institution's collection of more than 8 thousand books were distributed, mapped, tagged and reorganized on a 500 m2 surface.
Website for State of Concept gallery in Athens, Greece.
Magazine design for Metropolis M magazine, the Dutch leading magazine about contemporary art in the Netherlands.
Website for Dutch artist Hans van Houwelingen.
Steve Bannon: A Propaganda Retrospective
The identity for Restless Matter started with a careful observation of our relationship to matter and objects. How it looks like, what can be sensed, observed, heard, touched, to a micro level, the organic substance, and sub-micro, atomic level, when it becomes invisible. All the works were seen only through their constitutive matter.
Identity and catalogue developed for the Alvar Aalto Pavilion of Finland at the 57th International Art Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia 2017. The Aalto Natives — A Transcendental Manual By Nathaniel Mellors And Erkka Nissinen re-imagines Finnish society through the eyes of two messianic outsider figures, Geb and Atum, who are represented by talking animatronic puppets. It conflates ideas and tropes from archaeology, anthropology and science fiction.
The New World Summit is an artistic and political organization founded by visual artist Jonas Staal in 2012, dedicated to providing “alternative parliaments” hosting organizations that currently find themselves excluded from democracy. The visual foundation is formed by a template that resembles a flag, but is actually a blueprint of overlaying types of parliaments.
This art event consisted of presentations at several locations spread around the city. The challenge was to bring these locations together as well as make them identifiable as biennial-venue. The identity contains a symbolic intervention: the dynamic moiré pattern composing a circle, which can be viewed as a lens but also as a forum for assembling thoughts and actions.
The platform was organized around four dedicated sections – international editorial desks, critical and innovative essays with editorial cartoons, writings about a single image by invited authors, texts thematically commissioned. The design of the platform and all media that derived from it, echo this structure and visual qualities of the core of the project.
Institutional website and archive of Witte de With, Rotterdam
Installation design for New World Summit Utrecht
Studio Remco van Bladel designed the graphic identity for two editions of In No Particular Order. The exhibitions presented a selection of work by about 30 promising designers active in the fields of design, architecture, and digital culture. The designers featured received a year long funding from the Creative Industries Fund.
For the exhibition, identity and the publication ‘herman de vries, to be all ways to be’ Remco van Bladel transformed the Futura typeface by Paul Renner into a specially customized version, called ‘natura’.
Editorial project by e-flux journal for the 56th Venice Biennial consisted of texts published at the biennial and on the online platform. Departing from the journal‘s usual essayistic format, the Supercommunity issue includes poetry, short fiction, plays and screenplays, as well as other epistolary forms by nearly one hundred authors.
The Ideological Guide to the Venice Biennale consists of a free application for iPhone and Android that provides information on the political, economic, and ideological framework of all national pavilions of the 2013 Venice Biennale.