Manifesta 13 Marseille: Le Grand Puzzle, 2020
166 x 240 mm, 64/36/136 pages, softcover
Le Grand Puzzle is the urban research by MVRDV and The Why Factory led by Winy Maas commissioned by Manifesta 13 Marseille. It was commissioned as the foundational step of Manifesta 13 Marseille and as a new model of creative mediation that serves both as a blueprint for Marseille to plan its future and as a research framework to ensure that Manifesta 13 achieved a long-term impact for the city and its citizens. The visual identity of Manifesta 13 Marseille was developed by French design studio Super Terrain. Le Grand Puzzle is published by the German publisher Hatje Cantz. The book is for sale here.
166 x 240 mm, 64 / 36 / 136 pages, softcover
The Planetary Garden. Cultivating Coexistence, Manifesta 12 Palermo explores coexistence in a world moved by invisible networks, transnational private interests, algorithmic intelligence, and ever-increasing inequalities through the unique lens of Palermo — a crossroads of three continents in the heart of the Mediterranean. Closely collaborating with Palermitan partners, Manifesta 12 coinhabits Palermo, an ideal place to investigate the challenges of our time and look for traces of possible futures. The visual identity of Manifesta 12 Palermo was developed by Mousse Agency.
Issue 4, 2019
136.5 x 220 mm, 142 pages, 1 colour, offset, Munken paper
Essay book 2019, Sandberg Instituut, Design Department. Introduction/Epilogue by Tina Bastajian. Contributions by Lucie de Bréchard, Rowena Buur, Miquel Hervás Gómez, Sascha Krischock, Tessa Meeus, Samuli Saarinen, Andreas Trenker, Alex Walker, Karina Zavidova. Designed with Andrea González Garrán and Nicolò Pellarin.
210 x 297 mm, 54 pages, 4 colours, offset, japanese binding, IBO One 60 gr
The second issue of PUB (Sandberg Institute) journal focused on the theme of contemporary artistic labour. Designed with Nicolò Pellarin, Tali Liberman and Andreas Trenker. Contributions by Alina Lupu, Mirko Podkowik, François Girard-Meunier, Theresa Büchner, Silke Xenia Juul, Lara Garcia Diaz, Giovanni Bozzoli, Ada Reinthal, Leslie Lawrence, Paul Bille etc. The Launch of the journal was hosted by Fabulous Futures in April 2019.
Soft, Hard, Wet: Speculative Genealogy of the Artificial, 2020
Manifesta 11 Zürich: Cabaret der Künstler — Zunfthaus Voltaire, 2018
240 x 165 mm, 256 pages, typeface Favorit Grow Manifesta by DINAMO Studio
Manifesta 11 Zürich 2016. M11, a project initiated by Manifesta Foundation and the City of Zurich, was curated by German artist Christian Jankowski and took place in 2016 in the Swiss city of Zurich for a span of 100 days. One of the venues for Manifesta 11 was the Cabaret der Künstler — Zunfthaus Voltaire, a temporary cabaret at the historic Cabaret Voltaire where around three hundred performances from international artists took place during Manifesta 11. The visual identity for Manifesta 11 Zurich was developed by Swiss designer Ruedi Baur.
From Flood to Beach, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Sea, 2017
56 pages,120 x 240 mm, softcover, stone paper
"The year is 2038. The Netherlands is entirely submerged in the sea. Well, not entirely... One small area on the back of the Hondsrug remains standing strong against the surge of waves. And life is not easy, with the immigrants from Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, and Utrecht. City folk from former Randstad, submerged in the results of years of denial, have come eastwards in flocks, looking to boards Holland’s last Ark. As a result, Drenthe is in turmoil. Under this newly born density of population, people are beginning to wonder: when will things normalise? Will the immigrants from the West integrate into their culture? And what to do with all this water? The first settlers in the Netherlands are now facing their perhaps biggest challenge yet..." — JH
From Flood to Beach, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Sea is a book by Jonathan Hielkema developed as a continuation of his documentary Drenthe aan Zee. The five main questions of the documentary are rhythmically translated into this publication consisting of found footage, snapshots, and video stills. The book is printed on waterproof Stone Paper and therefore resistant to any possible flood. The book was designed together with Lukas Engelhardt.
Cleansed, Peeled, Liberated GD18 KABK, 2018