A BRIDGE IS A BRIDGE. A bibliographic Bridge
Designer: Manuel Zenner
Format: 189 x 267 mm mm
Price: € 8,00
A bibliographic Bridge. Facsimile of Bridges: a project series for young people by Anne and Scott MacGregor. Texts by Manuel Zenner. Edited by Paul Elliman.
Manuel Zenner’s work is focused on the transitional effects of connectivity. This poster is a partial bibliography for his work, which he has tried to extend into a sort of classification of bridges, or of what bridges do. Manuel couldn’t think of a better way to describe what his work is about or how he wants it to operate than by reflecting on the different aspects of connectivity performed by that common but essential structure of civil engineering that we know as a bridge.
WT Speelplaats: Cosmic Mental Therapy (in the Realm of the Necessary Decision)
Project by: Werkplaats Typografie
Designer: Noah Venezia
Format: 110 x 170 mm mm
Price: € 13,00
There was an empty room in the back of the Werkplaats Typografie. One day, that void has been pushed out of the two doors. In 2012 eighteen people had to find that space somewhere else. During six separate excursions, throughout Arnhem and the Netherlands, they explored the potentialities of the destruction and construction of new lands. They searched for the room that they had lost, or for the conditions and materials with which to rebuild it, and in doing so began to expand the walls of the school along a whole new set of trajectories and possibilities. Cosmic Mental Therapy is a guide for escape from sovereignty and a manual for creating new trajectories.
It consists of a collection of texts that were gathered through Year 12 and Year 13 WT participants. Contributions from Stefano Faoro, Ine Meganck, Corina Neuenschwander, Mark Simmonds, Rutger de Vries, Noah Venezia and Manuel Zenner.
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The Time Capsule Happening
Project by: WT
Designer: Host: Anna Haas. Editors and contributors: Ines Cox (Vernacular), Boris Van den Eynden (Strategy vs. tactic), Anna Haas (introduction), Annett Höland (The library at night excerpt), Simone Koller (Man without qualities, excerpt), Ine Meganck (Dark side of the moon), Corina Neuenschwander (Technical terms of the printing industry), Mark Simmonds (captain cook, the collector), Noah Venezia (Buck Owens), Manuel Zenner (Mirror)
Format: 205 x 286 mm mm
Price: € 9,50
The magazine is a production of Werkplaats Typografie. The title of the magazine depends on the number of contributions to the issue. Each issue will be passed on from reader to reader. The magazines editions will never exceed 30.
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From the bottom of the chin to the top of the head
Project by: DAI / Dutch Art Institute
Designer: Manuel Zenner
Format: 147 x 210 mm mm
Price: € 10,00
This is a publication with the Artist Patricia Sousa. The booklet is a space of expression of the norm of the passport pictures and regulations. The grid is the norm and the type evolves through the book in order to fill in the space of the spread, as the face should fill in the space of the photography. The 300 copies, like the passports, present a common state, personnalized by the hand glued colored pictures. With Texts by Sophie Nield and Raqs Media Collective.
DAI PUBLICATIONS is a collection of artist’s books issued by the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) and designed in collaboration with the Werkplaats Typografie (WT). The 2011 edition consists of 16 publications. In close collaboration with one or more guest authors, artists team up with designers to produce an artwork in the form of printed matter. From very diverse perspectives they reflect on publishing as a versatile medium.
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Mary Shelly Facsimile Library
Designer: Ine Meganck, Corina Neuenschwander, Manuel Zenner, Noah Venezia
Format: 128 x 190 mm mm
Price: € 5,00
Werkplaats Typografie’s Mary Shelley Facsimile Library is a collection of facsimile-format thesis bibliographies intended as an accumulating reference library for future participants. The library was relocated from Arnhem to New York from the 30th September to the 2nd October 2011. This publication is a companion to the library, within these pages are texts, spells and reading lists gathered by current participants regarding their research.