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World book day

Coming to a bookshop near you: the World Book Day on April 23rd. Your local book dealer will treat you with free books, bookmarks and this poster.

Lakeside opening

Last thursday the Lakeside Kunstraum in Klagenfurt reopened with an new programme by Hemma Schmutz, the new director, and a bold new graphic identity. On show is a video documentation of Nicole Six and Paul Petritsch’s kidnapping of a partisan monument.

Hofstätter Projekte

Last week we joined the opening of Klaus Mosettigs exhibition at Hofstätter Projekte. The detail shows a reproduced drawing of the artist’s 2 year old daughter.

Learning from Detroit

Only a year after the exhibition ‘Learning from Detroit’ at Kunstverein Wolfsburg this pretty catalogue was presented. What a pity that we missed Justin Hoffmann DJing Detroit Techno.

100 Beste Plakate 14

It’s now official: sensomatic are responsible for the design of next year’s competition »100 Beste Plakate 14 D A CH«. The printed call for applications is being sent out today. As reported here and there.

Mrery Chirtsams and hpapy new yaer!

Roland Bischel’s christmas window this year is a typo solution. It seems to work well as it draws a lot of customers into his shop (mainly to complain about the mis-spellings). Whatever works: happy holidays!

Kunsthandel Reinhold Hofstätter

We designed the overall identity for Hofstätter Projekte and also redesigned Kunsthandel Reinhold Hofstätter’s identity. The cards and letterhead were letterpress-printed onto fine cotton paper by the great Neue Satz Wien.

Hofstätter Projekte

The new art space Hofstätter Projekte has opened its doors last friday. sensomatic are responsible for the overall design. The opening exhibition features Maurizio Nannucci, italian international conceptual artist.

Public toilets in Vienna

at the Brennpunkt˚

”Von Wegen stilles Örtchen“ an exhibition about public toilets in Vienna is now on display until May 2015. We are responsible for architecture and design of the exhibition curated by Beatrice Jaschke and Monika Sommer.
It provides information about the history of public toilets, hygienic aspects and the dark side of these places, besides others.

For the broadest experience we tried to activate all of the visitor’s senses (but smell) with games, interactive sound installations, video cameras, animations and uv-lamps.

More images in our output section

Exhibition view. Foto: Hanna Haboeck

BUCH WIEN WEB

The launch of the website buchwien.at has been a month ago and mentioned below but we thought it deserves to be mentioned separately.

It is (heavy weight) font heavy and pretty pink.