Vilaine Fermière 2022. Tess Robin. Self published

Posted in calendar, poster on January 6th, 2022
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♡RiSOprinted♡ Calendar for 2022!

“I originally used airbrush and collage, then riso printed 2 layers for each page, in total 9 different colors :)”

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Calendar 2016. Maximage. Jonas Voegeli. ZHdK

Posted in calendar, distribution, graphic design, printmaking, typography, workshop on February 4th, 2016
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Produced during a workshop held by Maximage at the University of the Arts Zurich, ZHdK. All lines were engraved manually on aluminum offset plates by the students:

Jaqueline John (January)
Ruben Brändli (February)
Tobias Leuenberger (March)
Rahel Preisig (April)
Kathrin Grossenbacher (May)
Dennis Ginsig (June)
Julia Felber (July)
Kerstin Barth (August)
Janina Hess (September)
Victoria Knabe (October)
Johannes Inauen (November)
Salome Grand (December)

Head: Jonas Voegeli
Tutors: Maximage
Print: Printoset
Paper: Munken Lynx
Edition of 250 copies


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2013 Calendar. ECAL

Posted in calendar, distribution on December 14th, 2012
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This Calender was created using snapshots and image retouching.

Made during a workshop held by Maxi T.R. Körner Union Image Union, assisted by Luise Gagliardi.

Printed in offset duotone by Benjamin Plantier

ECAL / University of art and design Lausanne, 2012

D 15€
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Book launch: ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ – A novel by David Evrard – MOTTO@WIELS ( 21/11/12 – 7pm )

Posted in books, calendar, distribution, Motto @ Wiels, music, performance on November 8th, 2012
With Anne Bossuroy, Jean-Daniel Bourgeois, Isabelle Copet, Jonathan Dewinter, Jenny Donnay, Lucie Ducenne, François Francescini, Jonas Locht, Xavier Mary, Gérard Meurant and Nicolas Verplaetse.
 « ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ is a novel that reads like a long acid trip in which places, epochs, characters and things, both imagined and real, all intermingle and where people wake up just to go and watch the sun rise.  The book seems to be constructed of visions.  It is pink, orange and purple and shimmering.  It contains smoke, mind-blowing geometric forms, dance, sex and rhythm.  There are uppercuts and swings.  Its chronology is elusive, and you almost need a map to guide you through it.  ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ is a novel written by David Evrard that conveys his joyful experience of exhibitions.  At the core of the story is a large exhibition, a crazy curator with copper teeth who, incidentally, doesn’t organise anything, and artists who talk, have fun, and who construct spaces and forms ».
Jill Gasparina.
Published by Komplot and Black Jack Editions.
Designed by Pierre Huyghebaert from Speculoos, with Aurélie Commerce.
Distributed by Les presses du réel and Motto.
Realised with the support of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.

Stephanie Kiwitt & Ben Cain ( Launch ) + openings … @ Motto@WIELS ( 12/09/12 – 7pm )

Posted in art, books, calendar, events, Motto @ Wiels on August 19th, 2012

Stephanie Kiwitt shows her recent book Wondelgemse Meersen, published by Kodoji Press.

In photographic sequences of mud, destroyed dwellings, waste and rampant nature, the book describes the precarious, chaotic state of the marshes of Wondelgem, a wasteland that Stephanie Kiwitt photographed in the north of Ghent.

The book was created as part of the research project ‘De fotograaf in de stad’ at the School of Arts / KASK, Ghent.


Ben Cain – BY-Product

This book follows two days of collective work during which outcomes, even objects, were temporarily formed and disbanded, leaving behind exhaustion, rumour, and around three thousand photographs, some of which are shown in the pages of this book.

The term ‘collective’ refers here to a group of four dancers and myself– this group’s activity produced a series of objects that are at once fleeting and monumental. The intention was in part to use bodies and movements as the raw material for making the twenty-six letters of the Latin alphabet, as well as other forms –both messy and succinct- that relate to but also depart from those letters.

As objects, these products of action have special properties which are defined not only by their temporal appearance and their unsettled forms, but also, and more importantly by the fact that these objects are made by, and are comprised of thinking and feeling subjects.

Being negotiated by people, and comprised of people, or bodies, these objects are work, workers, and products, all bound in one irreducible form.

This book isn’t interested in recording single outcomes but rather all the action, the attempts, the ‘practice’ that takes place pre- and post- object.


The Wiels project room presents a new work from the artist in residenceLaura Wiedijk, developed during the last year, a spatial installation titled “Waver”.


In “Tenant”, the family home becomes the stage to re-enact a scripted dialogue that takes as a starting point a story about Mrs. Schumacher who was the lodger of the artist’s grandfather in Berlin during the Second World War. She was a communist and helped Vladimir Lenin travel from Switzerland to Russia in 1917 after the February Revolution broke out. The relationship between language and physical movements explores roles that these two elements play in the creation of knowledge and social relations.

The film by the artist in residency Grace Schwindt has been completed in 2012 is 82 minutes long and has been commissioned Film London Artists Moving Image Network and Collective Gallery, Edinburgh. The format is HD Video.

PA/PER VIEW Art Book Fair 23-25 March 2012 @ Wiels

Posted in books, calendar, editions, events, fairs, Motto @ Wiels on March 19th, 2012

Lederhosen 2012. One Year. 12 Month. 13 Images.

Posted in calendar, photography on December 21st, 2011
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Lederhosen 2012. One Year. 12 Month. 13 Images.

These photos were either lost, forgotten or thrown away. The images now are nameless, without connection to the people they show, or the photographer who took them. wants to be the home for lost photos – a resting place for the nameless and lost.

D € 26


2012 Calendar, Körner Union/Maximage and T. Rihs

Posted in calendar, graphic design, Motto Zürich store on November 24th, 2011
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2012 Calendar

Edition of 300, 48,5 x 69 cm, offset, 4 pantones

This 2012 calendar is made of photograms directly composed on offset plates. This unusual and experimental technique allows to print perfect fades without using any raster.
Objects, things and animals were selected and arranged by students, during a workshop at ECAL/University of art and design Lausanne, held by Körner Union/Maximage and T. Rihs, assisted by Olga Prader.
Printed at ECAL by Benjamin Plantier, 2011
20 CHF

For now: only available at Motto Zürich

Calendar – Found Photographs

Posted in art, calendar, design, editions, Motto Berlin store, photography on December 16th, 2010

Calendar –

These photos were either lost, forgotten or thrown away. The images now are nameless, without connection to the people they show, or the photographer who took them.

Big Calendar D 26€
Small Calendar D 18€


Available for distribution


Posted in calendar, graphic design, Motto Berlin store on November 29th, 2010
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BOM DIA, BOA TARDE, BOA NOITE, Manuel Raeder Agenda 2011

Contributors: Manuel Raeder, Carla Zaccagnini, Mariana Castillo Deball, Daniel Steegmann, Eran Schaerf, Bojan Sarcevic, Rodolfo Samperio, Amanda Haas, Amalia Pica, Adriana Lara, Manuel Goller.

D 22€