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video
10/2022
ArtEZ Magazine for Theatre & Dance 2023
book design
09/2023 

book design

03/2023 

PhD thesis: Spillover of pro-environmental consumer behavior

book design

03/2023
De wereld in het klein
book design
07/2023

↸        Book design for Caroline Waltman and Gloria Waltman Flore. The more than 550 pages present a vast collection of images, drawings and informative texts. All gathered around one specific location; an island with a tiny house, located in the midst of a peat meadow area.

poster

09/2022

Het wegduwen van water

book design

05/2023

↸        Book design for Marleen Doré. The transparency of the pages reveals upcoming text and dictates the placement of following paragraphs.


ArtEZ Finals

identity

07/2022


↸        Overarching identity design and production for all graduation shows within ArtEZ Art & Design Arnhem 2022. Including a physical wayfinding set-up, handout, merchandise, invites, banners and posters.

In collaboration with Marianne Born, Isa Grienberger, Minji Kim, Erwin Joziasse.

GDA Finals
identity
07/2022



↸        Identity design for the Graphic Design Arnhem graduation show 2022. Including a catalogue, handout, website, merchandise and wayfinding.

In collaboration with Xiaoyuan Gao, Michelle Schipper, Britt Schmitz, Tofe Al-Obaidi.

Rietveld Solar Observatory

design research

07/2022


↸        For over 400 years, scientists and amateur watchers have been tracking and drawing the dark spots that appear, sometimes frequently, sometimes abundantly, on the sun. These spots, namely sunspots, are caused by our star’s turbulently rotating magnetic field.

The installation Solar Observatory - White Light Sunspot Observations (designed to be stationed in- and outside) is a make-shift observatory that can host three sunspotters at a time to perform solar observations. During the observations, participants look through a telescope and record the current activity of the sun while simultaneously reflecting on themselves in the act of observing. A specially designed fill-in form guides the participants through the different stages of the sunspot observation, as well as creates an archive of all encounters with the observatory. The installation aims to reposition ourselves as we question our relationship with celestial bodies such as the sun.

Who is Measuring?
design research
07/2022


↸        Measurement is one of the most ordinary actions. We exchange its universal language whenever using numbers and units with exactitude. This very ubiquity, though, makes measurement relatively invisible and mostly functional. But what exactly is ‘the meter’? Who is measuring? presents the story of 2 astronomers who established “the meter” in the 18th century. This measurement would be eternal and universal. But in this process, the presence of people lead to an error in the results. Thus an error in this universal ‘meter’.

The project highlights these hidden layers of something seemingly rational like the metric system and further questions the urge of people to measure anything and everything surroundings us. With digital devices and techniques the body progressively becomes the center of measuring. In which bodily movement is quantified and translated to data. Yet, how rational can these measurements be when being based on something as inefficient and inconsistent as the physical body?

design research, video

02/2020
Re: Generic City
book design
12/2019

↸        Re-design of OASE 54, a text which questions the city as an organism that moves and grows, altering its surroundings. What if images start growing and hereby leave their ‘original' frames? How does the text react and relocate itself? Entire pages start shifting throughout the book. Footnotes and image descriptions are ‘sent backwards’, remaining visible on the inside of the folded paper. The layout is not planned, it just happens; like the city.

design research, video

06/2021

The Overstory

book design

06/2021



↸        Re-design of The Overstory, a book by Richard Powers. Consisting of a book and folded sheets.

In collaboration with Alisha Langenbach, Ana-Maria Gusu

↸        Joanne van der Wal (L)
↸        Annegien Schilling (R)