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Visual identity and exhibition graphics for Substitutes, a show at W139 initiated by Philipp Gufler. The show engages with queer history and discourses around the body, gender, and sexuality, it explores the absence of bodies, the abstraction of the body, and the tools and language we use to maintain or describe our bodies—costuming, staging, masks, layering, clothing. For the Visual identity I made a custom typeface called Elisàr Helvetica. The typeface uses the sticks, flowers and accessories held by the characters in a painting of Elisàr von Kupffer as a costume for its letterforms.
Zine made for Substitutes functioning as a map for the exhibition and to dive deeper into the exhibited works. Made in collaboration with Youngeun Sohn.
Exhibition design, visual identity and book for Copycorner, an exhibition presented at Nieuwe Instituut. The exhibition focuses on the copies existing in the collection of the instituut such as blueprints, white prints, diazotypes, plastic films, xerox copies, faxes, electrostatic prints and many other reproduction techniques. The design for the exhibition uses the Xerox machine as the tool for designing all the elements of the show, resulting in A4 sized labels, tiled poster and banners, and a publication that can be used for copying the architectural drawings.
Leaflet for Agency, the department for the international activities and exhibitions of Nieuwe Instituut. The fold running across the leaflet dictates the typography and layout of the flyer.
Exhibition campaign for Reboot an exhibition at Nieuwe Instituut about pioneering digital art. The campaign uses the language of the blue screen for the information of the exhibition, an underlying layer flickering in and out of the screen.
The new identity for Nieuwe Instituut was developed in collaboration with Maureen Mooren, Maud Vervenne, Cengiz Menguc and Vera van der Seyp. The identity takes as a starting point the many voices existing within the institute. In the identity two contrasting languages always exist as one. Using a growing collection of revival typefaces the identity continuously changes in form.
Chalk instructions are a series of prompts for trailing movements and actions in public.
Yard Sign commisioned by Art’sCool a collective of educators providing online creative
feedback for anyone who wants it. On the sign pieces of existing campus signs from
other educational institutions are merged together to form the messaging for Art’sCool.
Poster series for Extratool, a residency program where two composers make two music compositions that will be performed live at Extrapool. For each new edition the information announcing the event is overprinted onto the poster of the previous edition.
LPs made for the Extratool residency. In the residency two artists experimented with a collection of instruments made by Yuri Landman. The instruments originate from his research in Harmonics; the amount of waves formed within a snare (for example the first harmonics is one wave, the second harmonics two waves, etc). Similarly the concept of harmonics is used for the layout of the LP, as the number of music compositions made at Extratool grows, the content in the layout is repeated more and more.
Exhibition graphics for The Wall at the End of the Rainbow, an exhibition curated by Natasha Marie Llorens that was presented at the Jan van Eyck Academy. The show presents the work of thirteen artists examining the infrastructures that allow us to see in a certain way and not in other ways. The exhibition graphics are presented on a mirror column located in the center of the exhibition. The names of the artists on this reflective surface, point towards the actual location of their work in the exhibition.
Handout for The Wall at the End of the Rainbow. This map uses the infrastructure of the exhibition space—the floorpan—as a grid for its content. The empty floor images on the map indicate the designated locations of the works in the exhibition.
Website for the artist, Ian Page. On this site, Ian’s works
are presented as little machines, each having their own automated
logic for behaving within this digital space.
Thing Instructions are a series of Instructional labels
stuck onto things, products and technologies in public and private
spaces, suggesting alternative approaches for their usage.
Excerpt from a tour given through the office, storage, printshop
and street of Extrapool, an art space in Nijmegen. Together with
the audience we acted out a series of
Thing Instructions with objects at hand.
Meeting Point Issue 1: Sponge literature has to be watered in
order to be read and each time dries up in a new sculptural shape.
We distributed this lightweight object across all borders, upon
request or wherever we pleased!
Meeting Point publishes artists' multiples distributed through mail & more. MP is run by Emma Gregoline, Youngeun Sohn and
I. You can find us on Instagram.
Meeting Point Issue 2: I’ll Never Know (What True Love is) is a love song made by Lukas Varady Szabo. The song is placed on a USB card and attached to a letter made with autogenerated text based on the lyrics.
Packed is a website exploring what compression means in the
space of a browser. It consists of a series of pop up windows that
shrink or expand their content as their windows get resized.
Black White is a mobile game that encourages collaboration
instead of rivalry. In it two opposing players around the world
are connected at random. To advance in the game, the two players
have to work together to grow the territory of the map.
Yale School of Art Paper is a self-published magazine with
students’ contributions from the School of Art. The aim was to
create a platform where work from all the departments could come
together and share their voices. For this issue we asked students
to create writing and imagery about fictional vegetables. Edited
and designed in collaboration with Polina Vasilyeva.
Archiving Beauty is a Poster series that attempts to repair
Yale’s deteriorated archive of Harper’s Bazaar, by pasting the
latest issue over it. The series explores the contradiction
inherent in archiving fashion. Monthly released issues displaying
the latest beauty and fashion, are kept in an archive where they
slowly become outdated, fade, and crumble.
Noteworthy Rides is a series of notes from memorable rides
that I took with taxi drivers. The notes are overprinted on dollar
bills and distributed through the circulation of money.
Out of Touch is a video imagining an interface that turns
to darkness the more it’s touched.
Thesis book for my MFA in Graphic Design at the Yale School of
Art. This book explores continues shifts in shape, content, size,
gesture, altitude, brightness, identity, visibility and time.