Identity en newspaper design for The Political Party of dancer/activist Michiel Vandevelde, which has no official programn just yet. Its goal is to collect ideas and blueprints for a possible political party by holding group discussions or similar events. The first action, a driving library, was presented at the Possible Future Festival at Kunstencentrum Vooruit in Ghent. The second, the party program, was distributed in the form of a newspaper all over Belgium.
Artwork for the "A Spectre of the Land of If #2".
During this first part of the double exhibition fourteen contemporary artists were invited to present their artistic reflection on the subject of an historically neglected collection of photographs. At the turn of the 20th century, sixty-seven photos taken by Pictoralist photographers were placed into a collection at the Royal Museum for Art and History (RMAH) in Brussels. Fourthy photographs from the collection have remained missing. Playing with the concept of a resurrected collection, the exhibition appeals to inquiries into the the historical value of this particular collection and the incompleteness of collecting in general.
My contribution to this show is the installment of 6 flags, each featuring tableaus of the remaining pictures.
The exhibition comprises work by artists including John Blake, Egon Van Herreweghe, Jan Kempenaers, Lara Dhondt, Ria Pacquée, Dominique Somers, Sarah Gerats, Matteo Cremonesi, Hana Miletic, Ward Heirwegh, Sine Van Menxel, Erik van der Weijde and Emmeline de Mooij.
Folder design for the fall selections of young creatives for Design Flanders, based on the theme of revealing.
Bookdesign for Stijn Ank's exhibition at Casino, Forum d'Art Contemporaine in Luxembourg. Stijn's Vector, a work produced during his artist residency at Casino Luxembourg, stems above all from his architectural study of the Casino's "Aquarium," with its palpable borders of four glass walls that create a visual and physical tension between inside and outside. This solid, opaque link between inside and outside is just a segment in space and the publication mimics this gesture. The stapled paper can be discovered just as every layer in Stijn's work.
Identity for the 2013 edition of the Bâtard theatre festival, held at the Beursschouwburg in Brussels, Belgium. In the period proceeding the festival the organisers asked people or groups to limitlessly voice their concerns. This structural database of concerns later became the basis of the festival itself, shimmering between a healthy approach and full blown rioting. That spirit was captured in the graphic identity of this year's festival. Several applications ware made, ranging from poster design to the furniture at the festival centre.