Ever Tell Twice
Project by: Dutch Art Institute
Designer: Bosco Hernández
Format: 240 x 340 mm mm
Price: € 10,00
Rui’s short story is about two speechless characters caught in the curse of love. The uncertain moment, in which they are trapped, will be followed up, questioned and answered by the collaborators. Each contribution is a reaction to Rui’s short story and approaches diverse aspects concerning love and restraint. Performative and cinematic, literary and philosophical as well as phenomenological analyses come into play. Using strategies of collaboration in an artistic context, the book turns into a multifaceted investigation. Vivien Trommer.
Artist books – The Dutch Art Institute is one of the master programmes of the ArtEZ institute of the Arts. The DAI is a practice based research institute but grants theory, knowledge production and reflection an important, shared position within the curriculum. Students at DAI participate in the discourses on the future of art in the context of a globalizing world. Because of the international student body DAI does not work with compelling formats, but instead folds thematic seminars and conferences and lectures in a flexible way around running projects. Since 2004 WT and DAI cooperate in editing, designing and producing the yearly graduation booklets for DAI.
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WT Best Books 2012: …….asked…….about the…….book from…….
Project by: Werkplaats Typografie
Designer: participants of Werkplaats Typografie, Editorial, contents list and appendix designed by Bosco Hernández
Format: 210 x 297 mm mm
Price: € 15,00
Each year Werkplaats Typografie organises its “Best Books” selection: every participant chooses a book according to specific criteria. The criteria for the 2012 selection derived from a discussion with Kobe Matthys from Agency, Belgium. The resulting publication collects conversations and meetings with and around books with Kees Beentjes, Katherina Bornefeld, Tamara Henderson, Harmen de Hoop, Oliver Ibsen, Colter Jacobsen, The Librarian at Arnhem’s Public Library, Henk Pel, Seth Siegelaub, Matthew Stadler, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, and Ashleigh Young.
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