”[…] BOMB redesigned its website to highlight this vast resource of conversations between artists. This dynamic web platform will provide BOMB’s growing online audience, now more than two million strong, with unprecedented and free access to an ever-expanding cultural dialogue. Optimized for mobile devices, the site will accommodate diverse modes of accessing and distributing content, enabling BOMB to reach an even broader audience.”
• 5 March 2014
RIP Artists Space Cursor
"In fact, against the site’s sparse backdrop, the cursor was, more or less, the design." Zachary Kaplan, rhizome.org
• 22 November 2013
The new Sandberg Instituut website and typeface
"The new Sandberg Instituut website and typeface system is online. Website is designed by LUST, and the typeface is designed by Atelier Carvalho Bernau and LUST in collaboration." - Lust
"The design of the new website and identity is based on the metaphor of the Sandberg Instituut as library, in which each department, person and project makes up one element of the knowledge archive." - sandberg.nl/typeface
• 4 October 2013
Keren Cytter’s website main page.
• 3 July 2013 • 1 note
"Graphic Design and Art Direction by Zak Group for 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art."
• 7 June 2013 • 1 note
"Two main axes comprise the backbone of the site. Buck-Morss’ constellations of selected images frame a spatial and associative navigation, while her texts follow a more traditional, linear structure. These two axes are then hyperlinked: clicking an image within a constellation scrolls the page to its position within the corresponding text, and closing a text panel brings the corresponding constellation back to the fore. Visually and structurally interwoven, the site’s navigation itself reflects the interactive dialogue between image and text." projectprojects.com
• 24 May 2013 • 1 note
Merging institutions, unifying communication
NAI, Premsela and Virtual Platform have merged into The New Institute as of January 2013 (the merger FAQ).
Karel Martens designs temporary intervention for The New Institute
” […] The New Institute is delighted to announce that Karel Martens is willing to share his talents with the organization.
Martens has been commissioned to devise a temporary intervention, a non-hierarchical design connecting the name of The New Institute with the three existing names. The temporary intervention will retain the identity of the three organisations for the diverse present and new target groups, whilst also interlinking them with the future of the New Institute.
Martens’ intervention can be placed over the organisations’ current graphic identities*; it is an approach that Martens has also previously deployed in his personal work. With Martens’ design, history is not only visible but is also literally given a new layer, symbolising a new mission and ambition. The design will be presented with the name The New Institute in conjunction with the names of the three current organisations. Marten’s design will also serve as the basis for the present websites and the new online portal that is currently being developed. […]
The commission granted to Karel Martens is part of the phased implementation of the merger between the three former industry organisations. […]”
The New Institute website.
• 26 March 2013 • 2 notes
Website of the event WHERE ARE WE GOING, WALT WHITMAN?
An ecosophical roadmap for artists and other futurists
Design: Olya Troitskaya, Rudy Guedj, Martin Huger, Sophie Rogg. Website: Asger Behncke Jacobsen
• 20 March 2013
CAC Brétigny’s website mainpage
• 9 October 2012
Copyright notice from the The Estate of Tom Wesselmann’s website.
• 25 September 2012
Copyright notice from the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation’s website.
• 20 September 2012