This publication for greek artist Viki Semou deals with her fascination for the accumulation of home things. It contains a written piece by Jeremy Gilbert; published by Dutch Art Institute; 2010
Publication for Fashion Journalist Christine Bornfeld; 2010
Publication for Strategy & Futurising consultant Amber Zeekaf; 2011
The exhibition “Art Matters—Kunst maakt verschil” was set up to inform the visitors of the Stedelijk Museum about the cultural funding cuts in the Netherlands. The red bilingual folders could be filled with lose articles which gave every visitor the possibility to produce their own reader. The collection of texts had been selected by the participants of Platform Beeldende Kunst. Togther with a series of posters and videos of the protests against the cuts, the folders were installed in the reading room of the Stedelijk Museum.
Book with paintings, drawings, early works, and writings, compiled on the occasion of Dumas’s first solo show in South Africa after moving to The Netherlands thirty years ago. Edited by Marlene Dumas, with text contributions by Emma Bedford, Marlene van Niekerk, Achille Mbembe and Sarah Nuttall. Order yours here.
CD sleeve for 18th release of the Brombron series this time recorded by Adam Bohman & If, Bwana designed by Isabelle Vaverka.
Based on the idea of things unexpectedly ending (in a physical sense), the unusual furniture pieces called ‘called Hole in the Floor’ resembles vertical drawers which were literally sliced at the bottom. The impression a viewer gets is-as the name of the project suggests- that of a hole in the floor. We not only appreciate the originality of this idea, but its simplicity and elegance as well. The shelves come in a variety of sizes and can be used in both traditional and modern interiors.