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States in Capital

Onomatopee 88

An atlas of agendas

A political, social and economic atlas: linking the petite and the grand.

Together, Paris-based artists Léonore Bonaccini and Xavier Fourt make up the artist duo Bureau d´Études. For the past several years, this French group has been producing cartographies of contemporary political, social and economic systems which allow people to empower and reposition themselves. Revealing what normally remains invisible, often in the shape of large-sized banners, and contextualizing apparently separate elements within another framework, these visualizations of people’s interests and relations re-symbolize and actualize an order concealed and unknown.

 

States in Capital consists of a concentrated overview exhibition of their work at Onomatopee, allowing you study it and create a context-based relation to this social environment. The resulting show is a full-scale atlas spanning their work.

More work by Bureau d’Études, running parallel to this project, can be found at Impakt, Utrecht.

 

Publication

Bureau d'Etudes, Freek Lomme, Brian Holmes, 2018

Atlas of agendas - mapping the power, mapping the commons. (2nd print)

An atlas of agendas
The
 atlas with infographics that really distributes access!

Extra: various gatefolds integrated in the binding.

The atlas with infographics that really distributes access!

AN ATLAS OF AGENDA’S is a political, social and economic atlas: informing the public about socio-political power structures and activating opportunities for the self and the commons.

The French research and design group Bureau d´Études has been producing maps of contemporary political, social and economic systems that allow people to inform, reposition and empower themselves. Revealing what normally remains invisible, often in the shape of large-sized banners, and contextualizing apparently separate elements within new frameworks, these visualizations of interests and relations re-articulate the dominant symbolic order and actualize existing structures that otherwise remain concealed and unknown. This large-size hardcover book, panoramic in scope and theoretically both profound and accessible, is THE atlas for an emancipatory new citizenship that utilizes the opportunities of info-graphics from the local to the global and back again.

Type
Hardcover
Dimensions
230 mm x 300 mm / 9 x 11.7 inches
Pages
270
ISBN
978-94-91677-97-7
Editor
Bureau d'Etudes, Freek Lomme, Brian Holmes
Author
Bureau d'Etudes, Freek Lomme, Brian Holmes
Graphic
Bureau d'Etudes
Language
English
Binding
threat-sewn and glued
Paper
Aco courantdruk 52 gr and Maxioffset 90 gr (inside) Wibalin 500 naturel wit 120 gr (hardcover wrap)
Edition
1.000
Details
linnen spine with silkscreened title. Includes various gatefolds.
More specs
Bureau d'Etudes, Freek Lomme, Brian Holmes, 2015 (1st print)

Atlas of agendas - mapping the power, mapping the commons. (1st print)

€ 40

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An atlas of agendas
The
 atlas with infographics that really distributes access!

Extra: various gatefolds integrated in the binding.

The atlas with infographics that really distributes access!

AN ATLAS OF AGENDA’S is a political, social and economic atlas: informing the public about socio-political power structures and activating opportunities for the self and the commons.

The French research and design group Bureau d´Études has been producing maps of contemporary political, social and economic systems that allow people to inform, reposition and empower themselves. Revealing what normally remains invisible, often in the shape of large-sized banners, and contextualizing apparently separate elements within new frameworks, these visualizations of interests and relations re-articulate the dominant symbolic order and actualize existing structures that otherwise remain concealed and unknown. This large-size hardcover book, panoramic in scope and theoretically both profound and accessible, is THE atlas for an emancipatory new citizenship that utilizes the opportunities of info-graphics from the local to the global and back again.

Type
hardcover
Dimensions
230 mm x 300 mm / 9 x 11.7 inches
Pages
270
ISBN
978-94-91677-25-0
Editor
Bureau d'Etudes, Freek Lomme, Brian Holmes
Author
Bureau d'Etudes, Freek Lomme, Brian Holmes
Graphic
Bureau d'Etudes
Language
English
Binding
threat-sewn and glued
Paper
Aco courantdruk 52 gr and Maxioffset 90 gr (inside) Wibalin 500 naturel wit 120 gr (hardcover wrap)
Edition
1.100
Color
86 pages in full color. All other pages are in black + 1 PMS
Printer
Lecturis Eindhoven (NL)
Details
linnen spine with silkscreened title. Includes various gatefolds.
Curator
Freek Lomme
More specs
, 2015

poster - Complex of the self

€ 10

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A1 size

Type
poster

THE PEOPLE WHO’VE WORKED ON THIS PROJECT

  • Bureau d'Etudes graphic designer
  • Brian Holmes
  • Freek Lomme curator, editor, poet, writer website