An open call for (un)professional everyday design criticism
Joannette van der Veer Curator / editor
public space in a common time and place
Amy Gowen (curator and editor)
Meeting-Grounds Edition One: Eindhoven Public Library
Amy Gowen (host)
Unfolding Fashion Tech:
Pioneers of Bright Futures
Marina Toeters / by-wire.net
Short Science Fiction Stories from Palestine
Callum Copley (Ed.)
prototyping the otherworldly
Mariana Pestana (curator, editor)
Modes of Criticism #4
Francisco Laranjo / Modes of Criticism (Ed.)
Reimagining (non)human time and technology
Connie Groenewegen, Maurizio Montalti, Adam Nocek, Stacey Moran
MODUS - annotated
Caroline Stevenson, Ruby Hoette, Roland Brauchli
‘Residency for the people’
- the pilot issue: 'Ridgecrest'
Lucas Maassen (creator)
A Magazine Reader issue 003
Critically dissecting fashion media
Femke de Vries, Hanka van der Voet (Eds.)
Mobile Disruptive Architecture
Dan Pollak Dorocic – ON/OFF architecture (curator / editor)
The Great Ephemeral Skin
Body and identity, the erotic and the exotic.
Do or Delegate
Entrepreneurial Means and Precarious Ends
Jeff Thompson, Deconstructeam, Constant Dullaart, Pilvi Takala, Alina Lupu, Andy Kassier, Cory Arcangel, Michael Frumin, Elisa Giardina Papa, Ottonie von Roeder, Sebastian Schmieg, Stefán Stefánsson, Silvio Lorusso
Diagrams of Power
Art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.
Patricio Dávila, Julie Mehretu, Iconoclasistas, Burak Arikan, Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman, Bureau d’Etudes, Ogimaa Mikana, Department of Unusual Certainties, Josh Begley, Lize Mogel, Philippe Rekacewicz, Dr. Margaret Wickens Pearce, Joshua Akers, The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, Vincent Brown
Elisa van Joolen
Field Essays - “Éloge Créole” (Creole Praise) by dach&zephir
meandering in the field of decolonial design
Atelier Sophie Krier
a platform for expanded fashion practice
Ruby Hoette, Caroline Stevenson, Roland Brauchli
Tales from a technocratic city
EINDHOVEN FOOTNOTES (2018-2019): an open source tool that acts both critically and speculatively while tracing the presence of technology in our smart city.
Decoding Dictatorial Statues
Notes on Gestures
Ted Hyunhak Yoon
There is Nothing Connected, Nothing Distinct
A Publication for a Place without a Historical Center, Created Continuously Anew in Meetings and Events That Occur in Empowered Spaces, Simultaneously
Samuel Richter, Rikard Heberling, Hinrich Sachs, Kirke Hundevad Meng (eds.)
Instruction manual for open ended games, actions and interventions to untrain the body and recondition space.
THE TRUE MEANING OF S.M.H.
Grete Johanne Neseblod
People are nowhere near so fluid
Sense & Sensibility 4: Janina Frye
what do ’dirty’ subjectivities do to art?
50 anniversaries / 50 jarigen
Sense & Sensibility 3: Agency for Feminist Practices.
SENSE & SENSIBILITY
What a girl wants – what a girl needs
Sense & Sensibility #2 – Gabriel A. Maher, Roberto Pèrez Gayo, Carly Rose Bedford
Gabriel A. Maher
The Girls’ Room
Sense & Sensibility #1 – Mandy Roos
the parts and the sum
Encompassing the crafting of scale, perspective and proportionality in the anthropocene while featuring the work of Studio Mieke Meijer.
Studio Mieke Meijer
“I read the comments. I shouldn’t have read the comments, why do I read the comments”
The power of the image
Paint & Polish
Cultural economy & visual culture from the Chicago West-side: a nail art studio and exhibition
WE ARE THE MARKET!
‘WE WANT INCLUSIVITY, AND WE ARE HERE TO TAKE IT!’
some frames for the wonder of the world, featuring some of the wonders of the world
Out of the Desert of the Real / Into the Desert of the Mind.
the Ghost of Weaving
a meditation on patterns
That What Makes Us Human
Re-reading clothing definitions towards alternative fashion perspectives
Romanian Vistas: The BB7 Travel Agency
Running up to the Bucharest Biennale 7
Can you feel it?
Tactility in/and print
Radical Aesthetics #3 - Anne de Vries
The Bungalow Book Presentation - presentation
Radical Aesthetics #2 Jasmina Cibic
The Chair Affair
Lucas Maassen, Margriet Craens , Twan van Bragt
Sidewalk Salon- 1001 Street Chairs of Cairo.
It Had Something To Do With The Telling Of Time
Spaces in fiction - Constructs of reality
Field Essays - Things that Happened. Brynjar Sigurðarson
21 Objects for Hesitation and Reimagining Their Many Selves
the synergetic mobilisation of experimental music and visual culture.
Alien Invader Super Baby (Synchromaterialism IV)
Radical aesthetics #1 - Jim Ricks
The identification of identity: sensualities and motives.
Can You Hear Me?
Music Labels by Visual Artists.
"A Romance in Five Acts and Twenty-One Englishes"
THE BEST AMERICAN BOOK OF THE 20TH CENTURY - Société Réaliste
Ensembles assembled: in full color.
A project that highlights the visual report between social realism and euphoric utopianism referencing the visual and material facilitation of socially unifying rituals.
Fostering the intrinsic capacity of informal demands and mobilising the application of the social opportune: exploring subjects predicating relational property.
Trick or trait
Gestures on social status by Maartje Folkeringa
Didn’t Know But Knew It All Along
into longing, vast rock
A staying at age: taking the off-stage to the fore.
LIVING MATTER: What’s Been Before, Remains to be Seen
Notes on Kathrin Schlegel’s insertions in public space
An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #4 Truth vs. Family
“What must it be like for a little boy to read that daddy never loved mummy?” – Princes Diana
We Can Make It if We Try #3: Household Hacking
We Can Make It if We Try #4: A Global Facade
We Can Make It If We Try #2: Domestic Reuse
I haven’t been there, but it’s on my list.
Copy Nature: Elementary Sentiments
A cultivation of elementary value(s) in an era of financial-economic scarcity: metal + sentiment.
Field Essays - Jonathan Muecke and Bas Princen
The design process unveiled
Atelier Sophie Krier (Ed.)
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #3 Truth vs. Scène
“Accent your positive and delete your negative” – Donna Karan
We Can Make It If We Try #1: If Only I Were...
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #2 Truth vs. Organisation
“The trust of the innocent is the liar’s most useful tool” - Stephen King
We Can Make It If We Try
Scenarios for design democracy
Een / A Rosa Poëtica
A one-act play in eight scenes
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #1 Truth vs. Government
“What we need is Star Peace and not Star Wars” – Mikhail Gorbachev
WHO TOLD YOU SO?!
The collective story vs. the individual narrative
Comfort Zone and Disillusion
Where comfortable experiences usher our lives beyond comfort zones!
(random but in order) flow and drift and perform and sit
Spatial narratives with a purifying effect
Closed Architecture / Gesloten Architectuur
Art, property of politics III
‘How things genuinely speak and sing...’
On five years Onomatopee and beyond
The voice of...
Public opinion-forming as citizenship? The word is the individual’s! ?
Act / OUT
A call for contact, a call for a clash
The Destructive Character / Het Destructieve Karakter
Stories of Cosmopolite Anthropologists
A comprehensive solo exhibition in Museum van Bommel van Dam, flanked by a documentary exhibition in Onomatopee, and an accompanying publication.
A plea for sense / making impressions
Between Forms of Representation and Interpretation
How is information distributed and produced by the fracture between the cultural and the technological sphere?
+ Book A/MEGACOLON/For and Against Language
38 under par and 11 holes-in-one
Can the spiritual prosper in an experience economy ruled by popular culture? And what is the role of the spiritual anyway?
Field Essays - LucyandBart
The design process unveiled
A cartoonist of anti-design via applied ’less is more’ surrealism.
Conceivably, the object is what it seems
PRE-SPECIFICS: ACCESS X!
Get access to the ’X’ imposed by designed culture.
Moving Through Second-hand Sources (p.s.)
Expanding upon the complex and intriguing life of the South African poet Ingrid Jonker.
the Form and the Frame / de Vorm en het Venster
On opinion media as a window to reality: a case study in editorial design
Taking technological culture’s micro to a global macro level: architecture for electromagnetic sociability.
Laughing Prohibited! / Verboden te Lachen!
On the comic and the prophecy.
Reviewing the promise of technological determinism.
A Task for Poetry
Unveiling the poetic momentum in arts
Lost between the extensivity/ intensivity Exchange
The Truth of Basics
Resetting the history of living between four walls
Mosquitoes, Elephants, Mountains & Molehills
Where visual and industrial design mutually attract and distract
By Method of Reasoning
Visually Wrapping and Unwrapping
A la recherche du temps
On time and place
Eigen Terrein / Private Territory
The creative city according to creatives: praxis and plans
Onomatopee van Helmond
Embedded prose from Helmond
vis à vue
A visual manual for visual culture