Super Book Saturday’s or Sunday’s are informal afternoon’s filled with a divers program, often related to the books we make: talks with the makers, launches, readings, performances and more.
Super Book Saturday with Decoding Dictatorial Statues, China Girls, flash fiction workshops and Criticism in the City
On Saturday 30th of March from 1-5pm there will be a selection of launches and workshops related to printed matter at Onomatopee.
This month’s Super Book Saturday will feature the launch of Ted Hyunhak Yoon’s book Decoding Dictatorial Statues. Ted will introduce the collection of images and texts that revolve around the different ways we can look at statues in public space. The launch will coincide with a performance.
Then during a 20 minute talk the artist Pedro Bakker will discuss his publication Innocent under the title: How innocent to draw ‘China girls’? Bakker will be joined by the artist Mickey Yang who will interview him about the concept of ‘China girl’ used in his art while questioning if the title of David Bowie’s song is an objectionable post-colonial concept.
Towards the end of the day, from 3-5pm, students from the Design Curating & Writing Masters at the Design Academy Eindhoven will be running flash fiction workshops. Inspired by ordinary muses, like Bic pens and callipers, you’ll write 55 word stories that will be compiled into a small Riso-printed publication. If inspiration is lacking, the students will guide you on how to choose a muse that suits you.
Eindhoven Footnotes will also de distributing their zine Criticism in the City for free on the day. The permeant research space will also be open for those interested in exploring the relationship between technology and citizenship through objects and acts.
--- about the participants ---
Ted Hyunhak Yoon (b.1987) is a graphic designer-researcher based in Seoul(KR)∙Maastricht(NL). He graduated from MA Visual Communication, Royal College of Art in London, UK. From April 2017 onwards, he is a participant of a residency programme in Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, Netherlands.
Design Curating & Writing is masters course rooted in the practice and performance of research through, about, and alongside design. It pursues a high level of quality, criticality, rigour, and depth in the act of research.
5611 HB Eindhoven
5611 HB Eindhoven
Super Book Sunday : Makesazinescene II: Club de Travail
Makesazinescene II: Club de Travail
Sunday April 29, 13:00-18:00
I would prefer to
read underneath my desk, sculpt with left-overs, cook in the water fountain, dance ballet in the elevator and spin my bosses’ swivel chair.
Being at work and having to work on a specific task often stimulates the mind to produce stunning phantasies.
But how do we use our work time actually? And what possibilities do we have to act differently at work?
Club de travail (Adeline Molle, Kathi Seebeck, Marine Kaiser) invites you to an afternoon around misappropriation of work time, the redirection of consolidated working policies and the possibility of thereby finding new sense and purpose at work.
We will discuss our specific practices of perruque – a term Michel de Certeau uses to describe how employees (no matter how restricted they are at work) tend to find a gap within their work situations in order to secretly fulfil their own desires.
By producing a collective little booklet we will capture the highlights of the afternoon.
The participation is free (but please register at email@example.com).
Bring writing or drawing tools, good stories as well as your critical attitude.
Super Book Friday: Book Launches and Finissages and Performances
In the context of finissages for two major exhibitions and research projects—one exploring contemporary girlhood, cross-cultural feminism and the relationship between gender, politics and philosophy, the other exploring the notion of the public within the capitalist commons of the high street—public gallery and publisher Onomatopee Projects will launch the publications connected with these endeavours.
Using this momentum they will also launch other publications; including an instruction manual for open ended games, actions and interventions to untrain the body and recondition space; and a publication, which followed a previous exhibition, surveying a meditation on patterns on the fracture of three dimensionality and two dimensionality.
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Onomatopee 142 – We Are The Market!
As an alternative, focused on a public service for the interest-less imagination which is exclusive to the arts, Onomatopee went on to the streets in action against mollycoddling and in defence of an inclusive world: in the ultimate stimulation of possibility.
Featuring achievements by: Harmen de Hoop, BURO SNDVG (a snodero-group member), David Blamey, Teun Castelein, Nolwenn Salaun, Jennifer Moon & laub, Su Tomesen, Martin Krenn, MG&M Collective (Mosab Anzo, Gil & Moti), the Mona Lisa’s, Ilke Gers, Disarming Design, The Temple of Tease, Vanessa Brazeau, Toine Klaassen, Jasper Griepink, Apparatus 22 and Everyday criticality. The theory-sparked bartenders, offering enlightening conversations over heavy drinks, include Robert-Jan Gruijthuijzen, Michel van Dartel, Lietje Bauwens & Wouter De Raeve, Rogier Brom, Koen Haegens, Fred Dewey, Berit Fischer and Dirk Vis. Curated and edited by Freek Lomme and Josh Plough.
Onomatopee 150 – Sense & Sensibility
A platform for various artists and writers to explore contradictions and oppositions by reflecting upon gender issues, contemporary girlhood and object-subject relations. Featuring Mandy Roos, Gabriel Ann Maher, Olle Lundin, Janina Frye, Virginie Gauthier, Alicja Melzacka, Charlotte van Buylaere, Roberto Perez, Carly Rose, Daantje Bons, Camille Auer, Nasty Women and others. Curated and edited by Pernilla Ellens.
Onomatopee 144 – The Ghost of Weaving
This project concerns the visual poetry that is released within the woven patterns’ ambivalence between fixation by rule and the dynamics of life; on the fracture of materialistic realism and the limits of the power we hold in our hands.
Hardcover, 150 mm x 220 mm standing / 6 x 8,5 inches
32 pages / 16 viewing pages leporello alike thing with images of the works and the show
plus two smaller 32- page self-cover booklets featuring two texts plus some images, all glued inside.
Contributing artists and designers: Elisa van Joolen, Esther Stocker, Hansje van Halem/Tracy Widdess, Har Sanders, Koen Taselaar, Maria Hedlund, Sigrid Calon, Timon van der Hijden.
Editors: Freek Lomme in collaboration with Benjamin Critton (visual) and Josh Plough (text)
Author: Freek Lomme
Graphic design: Benjamin Critton
Text editing: Josh Plough
Onomatopee 149 – MOVE ALONG
Instruction manual for open ended games, actions and interventions to untrain the body and recondition space.
By Ilke Gers
128 pages, 125 x 200mm / 5 x 8 inches
Softcover, duotone, 60 images
special thanks to / made possible by the Mondriaan Fund, the fund creative industries NL and the Province of Brabant
Super Book Saturday - Make-a-zine-scene event !
Make-a-zine-scene event !
with Cologne’s ’The Rapid Publishers’
Saturday February 24, starting from 1 pm until 7 pm
We invite The Rapid Publishers from Cologne for this participative publishing event, where a lot one of a kind zines will be produced. The Rapid Publisher is always a lot of creative chaos and fun. We have the music, the drinks, and the printer, you bring your ideas to the table. Communal spirit, individual effort. This event is open to anyone and free of charge. MAKE A ZINE SCENE!
Super Book Saturday: Bucharest Biennale curator talk and perform
Super Book Saturday
In framework of Romanian Vistas
Saturday may 21st, starting at 3 PM
For the exhibition ’Romanian Vistas: The BB7 Travel Agency’ at Onomatopee in Eindhoven, NL, Allard van Hoorn interprets a billboard showing a pixelated composed 360-degree view from Foisorul de Foc, the former central fire-watchtower in Bucharest, as a musical score playing its underlying sonic patterns and relationships determined in collaboration with a synestheet on a graphical synthesizer. This performance is a prelude to the sung version of the actual billboard installed in Bucharest’s periphery as the artists participation in the Biennial (BB7) that takes place from May 26 until June 30.
Super Book Exchange Saturday
Bring and swap your books!
Talk by Eindhoven artist Frank van Ansem and his art 'Brakke Boeken'
SUPER BOOK SATURDAY: FUNCTIONS OF MYTH, GRIET MENSCHAERT, ZEEPBLIND COLLECTIVE, MOVEMENTS AND CENTERS
SUPER BOOK SATURDAY
Saturday April 18th, 16:00 @ Onomatopee
An afternoon of expressive book launches and performances, and a special 20% discount on all Onomatopee publications.
FUNCTIONS OF MYTH
PERFORMANCE + BOOK LAUNCH
Recent graduates from the MFA Fine Arts course at AKV St Joost deliver performances, screenings and talks in conjunction with their recent publication, 'Functions of Myth', a partner to their group show of the same name. Dimitris Rentoumis, Paulina Mellado, Yukari Matsumoto, Laleh Firoozi and Alexandros Kaklamanos will all be exploring the works documented within the pages.
PERFORMANCE + WORKSHOP
Artist and performer Griet Menschaert invites visitors to produce their own linguistic territorial flag lines, designed to help preserve peace in the northern hemisphere.
PERFORMANCE + BOOK LAUNCH
In conjunction with the release of 'Nagelvaste Kalktriller' — a new publication combining prose, poetry, pictures and drawings — Eindhoven-based poetry group Zeepblind Collective will bring together lyricism, visuals and music in a playful live performance.
MOVEMENTS AND CENTERS
PERFORMANCE + BOOK LAUNCH
To mark the release of his new poetry publication with Onomatopee, 'Movements and Centers: Hard cores in heard-hearted chords', Freek Lomme will perform a selection of works in collaboration with special guests Joan Van Barnveld and Gert-Jan Prins.
5615 PP Eindhoven
5615 PP Eindhoven
Super Book Saturday: book launches ‘Trick or Trait’, ‘The Best American Book of the 20th Century’ and ‘Passings to presents’
An intimate matinée wherein we talk, experience performances and explore book-launces. We are situated in the Onomatopee bookshop.
During SuperBook events there is a 20 % discount on the Onomatopee books.
This edition features:
* Book launch ‘Trick or Trait’ with artist Maartje Folkeringa, designers Raw Color and curator/editor Freek Lomme, intervened by the team of Snor Magazine and interviewed by our intern Tineke Polak This book is a must-have for those who wonder what they must have A cut-and-paste sourcebook full of inspiration and proposals towards artistic endeavor, this book is designed with colorful respect for grandeur and subversive exclusivity, featuring enthusiastic lively texts that explore qualities in life and sculpture simultaneously.
* Book launch ‘The Best American Book of the 20th Century’ Alix Gallet interviews Societe Realiste, authors of the books and editors/curators/co-designers Niels van Tomme (curator of, amongst others, the 2015 Bucharest Biennale) and Freek Lomme about this 100th Onomatopee project.
* Book launch ‘Passings to presents’. By re-enforcing the voids left by the regime, Italian artist Filippo Minelli takes over the gap left as a site of and for ephemeral poetry. After an introduction to the work and the book by curator Lene ter Haar and a visual survey into the book by graphic designer Gabriela Baka, Filippo Minelli will perform a time-based blast of smoke.
Super book Sunday: book launch Waving Platforms, performances by sound artists Albert van Abbe and Raul Keller, talk on 'Distillations'
Sunday, May 4th
open at 13:00, start program at 14:00
An intimate matinée wherein we talk, experience performances and explore book-launces. We are situated in the Onomatopee bookshop. During SuperBook Sunday’s there is a 20 % discount on the Onomatopee books.
This edition features
A book-launch of Waving platforms, a unique book exploring the work of sound-artist/spatial designer Paul Devens. The launch will be supported by his friend Raul Keller, sound, video, performance and installation artist from Tallin, Estonia.
A performance by Eindhoven sound artist Albert van Abbe.
A talk on the Onomatopee published “best designed book” Distillations, notes on Kathrin Schlegel’s insertions in public space. Moderator Kiko Luijten, design historian and tutor at the St. Joost art school Breda, will speak with designer Niels Schrader of Mind Design (also coordinator graphic design at the Royal Academy Den Haag), artist Kathrin Schlegel and curator/editor and Onomatopee director Freek Lomme on the processing of the book, the facing and dealing with the material available to format into book-form and how to create poetic meaningfulness in this.
Snor magazine, made by Design Academy Students taking the Pulse of their environment, will also intervene during this talk!
PEOPLE INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT AND ALL THE ROLES THESE PEOPLE EVER HAD IN ONOMATOPEE PROJECTS
- Maartje Folkeringa artist
- Raw Color graphic designer, product designer
- Tineke Polak intern
- Freek Lomme curator, editor, poet, writer, critic, project coordinator, producer
- Gabriela Baka graphic designer
- Filippo Minelli artist
- Lene ter Haar editor, curator
- Alix Gallet graphic designer
- Societe Realiste artist
- Niels Van Tomme curator
- Frank van Ansem artist
- Paul Devens artist, sound artist
- Albert van Abbe sound artist
- Raul Keller sound artist
- Mind Design (Niels Schrader) graphic designer
- Kathrin Schlegel artist
- The Rapid Publishers collective
- Gert-Jan Prins sound artist
- Joan van Barneveld artist
- Arnoud Rigter poet
- MFA Fine Arts AKV St Joost partner organisation