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  • Date
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  • MOT Transit
  • Self-initiated
  • June 2021
  • Exhibition identity
  • Digital print
  • Various
  • A fictional identity for an exhibition of six artists that are separated in duos and exhibit their works in Japan, Switzerland and Canada simultaneously. The system is based on the architecture of each location and colors of their national flags. The identity consists of posters, programs and tickets.
  • Current Times
  • Self-initiated
  • May 2021
  • Research publication
  • Digital print
  • 210 × 297 mm, 12 pages
  • Current Times is a study on subjects of light, time, change and repetition in the form of a visual essay, investigating the topic through form, history and context.
  • Apollo Program: The History of NASA
  • Self-initiated
  • April 2021
  • Redesign, research publication
  • Digital print
  • 205 × 280 mm, 187 pages
  • A publication that commemorates the The Apollo program, which was the third United States human spaceflight program carried out by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which succeeded in landing humans on the Moon from 1969 to 1972. The publication is a redesigned and reconstructed version of Apollo Expeditions to the Moon (Dover, 1975) by Edgar M. Cortright.
  • Deconstructie
  • Mental Space Gallery, Erris Huigens
  • February 2021
  • Artist’s book
  • Offset print
  • 150 × 260 mm, 24 pages
  • A publication which showcases a selected range of street and canvas works made by Erris Huigens from 2014 to 2020, and acts as a complimentary object to a Deconstructie exhibition displaying some of his works at the Mental Space Gallery in Bochum, DE from February to April 2021. The book was developed in collaboration with Erris Huigens, Roman Zheleznyak and Ann-Katrin Drews.
  • Vessel of Life
  • Self-initiated
  • December 2020
  • Research publication
  • Digital print, silkscreen on film
  • 230 × 300 mm, 42 pages
  • All living organisms, from tiny cyanobacterias to Antarctic blue whales need water to survive. Salty or fresh, hot or cold, plenty of water or almost no water at all, however everyone and everything on our planet needs it to be able to live. This book highlights the "veins" of everyone and everything starting with microbes and ending with The Blue Marble. 80 g/m² coated paper, 40 g/m² translucent paper and transparent plastic film are used to demonstrate the complexicty of every life form.
  • Physical Hydrology
  • Self-initiated
  • October 2020
  • Publication
  • Digital print
  • 130 × 195 mm, 127 pages
  • A combination of S. Lawrence Dingman's legacy in a form of his comprehensive Physical Hydrology: Third Edition with aerial shots by Milan Radisics from Water Shapes Earth—photographic masterpieces in abstraction, often unknown to those who only see them from usual perspective.
  • Mid 90's
  • Self-initiated
  • June 2020
  • Screenplay publication
  • ComColor Inkjet and Digital print
  • 205 × 290 mm, 44 pages
  • A book that pays homage to a coming-of-age comedy-drama Mid90s—film written and directed by Jonah Hill. The film follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old boy in 1990s-era Los Angeles who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop. The publication is separated in two parts: visual essay and script. Every character claims one column in a script part and their lines correspond to a dedicated visual part.
  • The Work of Representation
  • Self-initiated
  • March 2020
  • Publication
  • Digital print
  • 200 × 280 mm, 88 pages
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