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Onomatopee presents the [UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM: a phygital program consisting of various exhibitions and virtual events including a mini symposium, multiple book launches, an auction, workshops and talks. 

With the [un]social conditions of current cultural programming, Onomatopee asks the question: how can we still create enough space to discuss, question, and reflect upon social [design] matters collectively? Taking into account the [un]social, [a]political, and [im]material dimensions in which design behaves today, the [UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM offers an on- and offline space to present and discuss a wide variety of design-related issues. 

The program takes shape both physically and digitally, and offers a multitude of approaches towards design. From design criticism to expanded fashion practice, and from democratic design to design theatricality. Alongside Onomatopee’s self-initiated projects, a wide range of experts and upcoming talents from the field of graphic design, fashion, cultural studies, sociology and product design will be represented by Onomatopee in October and during Dutch Design Week.

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Today's exhibitions

all exhibitions
Onomatopee 207 / Research / Oct 8 - Nov 1, 2020

The Phantom of design


Joannette van der Veer

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Onomatopee 185.4 / Residency / Oct 8 - Nov 1, 2020

Residency for the People #4

Rietveld by the People (DIY Modernism)
Lucas Maassen

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Onomatopee 193 / Cabinet / Oct 8 - Nov 1, 2020

Cross Cultural Chairs


Matteo Guarnaccia

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Onomatopee Z0029 / Cabinet / Oct 8 - Nov 1, 2020

Diagramming fluidity: designing a research method


Floriane Misslin

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Onomatopee 175 / Cabinet / Oct 8 - Nov 1, 2020

Ode to Construction

Abstraction in the digital age
Polina Joffe

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Onomatopee 192 / Cabinet / Oct 8 - Nov 1, 2020

In the Name of <3

– Who claims love ?
Charlie-Camille Thomas

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Latest publications

all publications
Onomatopee 176

The Impossibility of Silence

Writing for Designers, Artists & Photographers
Ian Lynam

€ 20

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Onomatopee Z0029

DIAGRAMMING FLUIDITY: DESIGNING A RESEARCH METHOD

Floriane Misslin

€ 15

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Onomatopee 192

In the Name of <3

– Who claims love ?
Charlie-Camille Thomas (Ed.)

€ 14

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Onomatopee 183

Art, Engagement, Economy

the Working Practice of Caroline Woolard
Caroline Woolard (artist and editor)

€ 22

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Onomatopee 196

Recipes for the Future

Lene ter Haar, Valérie-Anne Houppermans, Astrid Kaminski, Beate Gerlings (Eds.)

€ 16

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Onomatopee Z0030

GEO–DESIGN: Sand. The Building Block of Modernity

Martina Muzi, Jeannette Petrik (Eds.)

€ 5

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Onomatopee 191

Post - the Poster

The poster in the post-digital era
Freek Lomme, Wibke Bramesfeld (Eds.)

€ 12.5

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Onomatopee Z0024

and then the doors opened again

WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON YOUR FIRST THEATRE VISIT AFTER THE LOCKDOWN?
David Weber-Krebs (Ed.)

€ 12

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Onomatopee 184

How many female type designers do you know?

I know many and talked to some!
Yulia Popova (Ed.)

€ 22

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Onomatopee 182

What has left since we left

Six takes on Europe
Giulio Squillacciotti

€ 18

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Onomatopee Z0020

Being (Imposed Upon)

(Dutch and French language only)
publiekeacties (Vesna Faassen & Lukas Verdijk) (Ed.)

€ 17

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Tomorrow's exhibitions

all exhibitions
Onomatopee 195 / Research / Nov 8 - Dec 20, 2020

Rights of Way

The body as witness in public space
Amy Gowen (curator/editor)

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