NODE is a Berlin and Oslo based design studio.
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19/07/2014 Valda Setterfield, a letter to John Cage
—— Accompanying publication to Niemandszeit by deufert & plischke

18/06/2014 History Zero in Athens
—— The Museum of Cycladic Art presents for the first time in Greece, Stefanos Tsivopoulos’ History Zero. Tsivopoulos with this work represented Greece in the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013. Our studio has been working with the "archive room" exhibition graphics and an accompanying poster series. Photo: Eleni Bassayianni © Μuseum of Cycladic Art 

11/06/2014 Svale, røyk og sørgepil
—— Svale, røyk og sørgepil is a performance that takes place at the Gamlebyen graveyard in Oslo. For this project we created a custom-made font is based on the ‘Kantet’ typeface used for gravestones at the site. More information about the event here.

28/05/2014 An Oral History of Picasso in Palestine
—— New website design for Michael Baers & Berlin Documentary Forum at HKW: An Oral History of Picasso in Palestine, a graphic novel by Michael Baers.
The author retells the story of Khaled Hourani′s two-year-long effort to bring a Picasso painting to Palestine in the summer of 2011 against the backdrop of Israel′s occupation of the West Bank.

06/05/2014 Berlin Documentary Forum 2014
—— The Berlin Documentary Forum is a biennial event dedicated to documentary practices across a variety of disciplines. Its third edition addresses the long tradition of narrative realism and presents recent works that redefine both documentary and realism.

22/04/2014 38 Hours in Paris
—— We are currently working with a series of City Guides in connection with the 38 Hours Travel platform. Berlin and Paris have been published so far. 

13/04/2014 Gyldendal classics
—— Our design for Gyldendal Norsk Forlag’s new series on war literature—which includes classics by Hemingway, Céline and Čapek—is now available in Norwegian book-stores.

07/04/2014 MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT) Poster design
—— The MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT) and the MIT Center for Art, Science and Technology (CAST) present Public Space? Lost & Found, a two-day symposium and accompanying exhibition to celebrate the living legacy of artist and educator Antoni Muntadas and collectively redefine ideas of public space and its multiple functions. Convening scholars, artists, architects, and planners from MIT and beyond, the symposium will engage contemporary critical discourses and practices on public space. More

07/03/2014 Nordic Music Days 2014
—— Nordic Music Days is going to be arranged in coordination with Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival this year. We are currently working with both festivals' identities. Please check their websites for updates.

06/03/2014 Forensis
—— Conference & Exhibition at HKW. From tracing fingerprints to tracking Internet activities, forensics is central to the ways by which states police and govern their subjects.—Forensis raises fundamental questions about the conditions under which spatial and material evidence is recorded and presented, and tests the potential of new types of evidence to expand our juridical imagination, open up forums for political dispute and practice, and articulate new claims for justice.
Curated by Anselm Franke and Eyal Weizman.

30/12/2013 History Zero in Moscow
—— The Stella Art Foundation Moscow presents the solo project by Stefanos Tsivopoulos »History Zero«, originally exhibited in the Greek Pavilion at the recent 55th Venice Art Biennial. We have been working with the graphic/exhibition design for both locations. Photo (in Venice) © Simon Menges

18/12/2013 The Beauty of Serious Work
—— The book “Andreas Meichsner, The Beauty of Serious Work” captures product testing by the German Association for technical inspections, TÜV. This institution is responsible for certifying the safety, performance, and quality of consumer goods and technical equipment. Published at Kehrer, Heidelberg 

17/12/2013 DAAD Artists-in-Berlin program 1988–2013
—— 50th anniversary of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin program. The residential program for international artists of all countries and all ages, founded by the Ford Foundation in 1963 was taken over by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in 1964. The program is one of the most internationally renowned scholarship programs and is, at the same time, a living studio for the arts. The book is chronologically presenting the DAAD scholars and their work during the years 1988–2013.

14/12/2013 SPEAK! Sanja Mitrović
—— SPEAK! is a performance about the power and virtuosity of public speaking and its potential to shape society. Working with a wealth of historical material, two performers try to win the audience approval.
By Sanja Mitrović, Stand Up Tall Productions
Read more: British Theatre Guide

13/12/2013 digital art conservation ZKM
—— The book, available in three languages, presents the results of the digital art conservation project that was conceived at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe and it designed to foster the international debate on the conservation of digital art. It includes text contributions by major theorists, restorers, programmers, and artists as well as case studies. 
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