Article(s) dans la catégorie "Editorial Design"

No Communication Without Noise 07/11/17 - 12:37 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design Pas de commentaires

Every four months, each time at a different venue, a different group of a.pass-researchers conclude their trajectory with an end-presentation and publication. No Communication Without Noise was a three-day insight in five ongoing a.pass researches that share an affinity with …

Partituren für den Körper, das Gebäude und die Seele 19/10/17 - 13:03 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design Pas de commentaires

Composer and artist David Helbich was invited by Hallo Festspiele in Hamburg to perform his scores ‘Partituren für den Körper, das Gebäude und die Seele’ at Kraftwerk Bille, a disused power station. The performance was accompanied by a 2 sided …

Writing Scores 15/07/15 - 15:04 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

The book Writing Scores is the result of 3 months of written dialogues produced within the group of artistic researchers of a.pass and is the first book of the ScoreScape publications series created for the Writing Score practice proposed by …

Thresholds 21/07/15 - 10:56 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

Every four months, each time at a different venue, a different group of a.pass-researchers conclude their trajectory with an end-presentation and publication to showcase the work in printed and online materials.  These three researchers all linger in their own way …

Landings 28/02/17 - 09:58 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design Pas de commentaires

Every four months, each time at a different venue, a different group of a.pass-researchers conclude their trajectory with an end-presentation and publication to showcase the work in printed and online materials. This research engaged in varied practices and tackled different …

This whole world is wild at heart and weird on top 14/03/17 - 09:15 daretoknow Editorial Design, Illustration, Print Design Pas de commentaires

Composer and artist David Helbich created This whole world is wild at heart and weird on top for the Rainy Days festival of the Philharmonie Luxembourg. It contains self-performative scores for the eyes, ears, the body, paper and a group …

Bubble Score 25/11/16 - 10:20 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

Bubble Score – The Relation between Performance and Writing is the third book of the ScoreScape publications series. This publication by the a.pass research centre was created for the Bubble Score practice proposed by associate program curator Lilia Mestre in …

Brussels Tracks 16/07/15 - 13:36 daretoknow Editorial Design, Illustration, Print Design Pas de commentaires

Composer and artist David Helbich created Brussels Tracks for 50th years anniversary of Beursschouwburg, Brussels. Scores were carefully and accurately illustrated without loosing any of the charming and playful character of the project.

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Photos by Veerle Frissen and David …

Perform Back Score 22/02/16 - 13:31 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

Perform Back Score is the result of 3 months of performed, sketched and written dialogue produced within a group of artistic researchers, each plunging into a study about the Conditions for the Emergence of Poetics. This is the second book …

UnderMining 24/11/16 - 14:40 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

Every four months, each time at a different venue, a different group of a.pass-researchers conclude their trajectory with an end-presentation and publication to showcase the work in printed and online materials. These three researchers dig into the underbelly of societal …

Volver 15/07/15 - 14:18 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

In the frame of Aleppo’s research project ‘Back to the Order’, six artistic researchers of a.pass discuss, perform, exhibit and share their different takes on notions of ‘order’ and its simultaneous resonances of ease and discomfort, of political rigidity and …

Feza asbl 15/07/15 - 15:00 daretoknow Editorial Design, Illustration, Print Design Pas de commentaires

Six women with different migration backgrounds wrote down their deeply moving stories of transitioning into their new life in Belgium.

A small edition of booklets was created using a selection of the artwork the women created during their time at …

It’s not me is it 21/07/15 - 11:09 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

Every four months, each time at a different venue, a different group of a.pass-researchers conclude their trajectory with an end-presentation and publication to showcase the work in printed and online materials. The relation between the researcher and his research, between …

Crisis Action 17/07/15 - 15:29 daretoknow Editorial Design, Information Design, Print Design Pas de commentaires

Design and Layout of Annual Reports since 2010. Powerful photography and substantive evidence are combined with clear and elegant design and layout. Layout and print-production of Annual Reports in English, German, French and Arabic.

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Therapy Sessions 22/07/15 - 13:04 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design Pas de commentaires

The Therapy Sessions by Anna Sörsenson, is a performance piece in four parts exploring the emotional role of a bureaucrat using a video, a screenplay, an audio file and a collection of illustrations. The Therapy Sessions involves three characters, which …

Tarot of Hope 16/07/15 - 13:48 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

The Tarot of Hope is a project by Bureau d’Espoir, a long term research project on hope, initiated by Elke Van Campenhout. BdE researches the possibility for a new engagement with the concept of hope, on a political, social, physical …

Greenpeace 15/08/15 - 09:21 daretoknow Editorial Design, Online Design Pas de commentaires

Design and layout of the report ‘Nuclear Stress Tests – Flaws, Blindspots and Complacency’ using the organisations brand guidelines. A clear and concise layout was needed using visually challenging images of the devastating effects of nuclear meltdowns.

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Displacement 17/07/15 - 15:32 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

Every four months, each time at a different venue, a different group of a.pass-researchers conclude their trajectory with an end-presentation and publication to showcase the work in printed and online materials. These researchers reconsider their practices through the lens of …

I am swedish I am muslim 16/07/15 - 13:53 daretoknow Editorial Design, Print Design, Visual Identity Pas de commentaires

These posters form a bilingual awareness campaign showcasing different muslim swedish people in traditional swedish dress and were created for the Open Society Foundations. The goal is for individuals to engage with and on behalf of Muslims to be part …

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