NODE is a Berlin and Oslo based design studio.
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13/10/2014 Textures of the Anthropocene: Grain Vapor Ray
—— The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA and London. Read more 

07/10/2014 Modelling Time
—— Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014 documents a unique collection of modernist architecture models, drawings and photos. Published by Torpedo Press, the book was presented at the NY Art Book Fair. Book launch 15 October
05/10/2014 The Anthropocene Project. A Report (Trailer)
—— Cinema trailer announcing the current exhibition at Haus der Kulturen der Welt. 
Client: Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Concept & Design: NODE Berlin Oslo
Directed by Judith Holzer
Photography: Suren Manvelyan


18/09/2014 The Anthropocene Project. A Report
—— A Report, an extensive program of events in conclusion to the Anthropocene Project at Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Read more here

09/08/2014 In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni
—— Susanne Kriemann’s most recent project in girum imus nocte et consumimur igni turns to a particular radioactive rock discovered in the Barringer Hill Mine in Llano, Texas in the late nineteenth century. (Wendy Tronrud for Camera Austria Dezember 2013 issue) Read more

07/08/2014 20 Years of Democracy in South Africa
—— In 2014, the Republic of South Africa celebrates the 20th anniversary of the first democratic elections. The end of apartheid gave millions of previously disenfranchised people a new life horizon. Haus der Kulturen der Welt and the South African Embassy celebrate this jubilee by hosting a critical appraisal of the developments since 1994. 
04/08/2014 Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival
—— This year’s Ultima festival will take place in Oslo from 10–20 September 2014.

24/07/2014 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
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