...because small things matter.
This is a recording from an installation at Glasgow School of Art. The installation was presented at Project Space 2 at the Art School in Glasgow over the course of three days. The idea was to create an immersive and meditative experience from visual material that the team gathered. The material is divided on a strict grid of equal squares and oscillates between original video footage and its pixelated counterpart.
The dichotomy between digital and analogue experience is enforced by the contrasting piano and noise patterns of the soundtrack.Team Members include Ane Lopez, Doris Panholzer, Herwig Scherabon and Joanna Yang. Photography by Doris Panholzer
The music used for the performance was from the album Vrioon by Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto.
The second largest polluing country in the world blatantly denies the existence of global warming, while we are witnessing some of the harshest environmental disasters directly related to the issue and in a year that shows record temperature anomalies. The poster is a visual reinterpretation of the American flag. Instead of 50 stars representing the states it has 6587 stars each representing one kiloton of green house gas emissions. This is equivalent to the amount that the US emitted into the air within one year. Congrats America have, have a gold star!
The publication is a theoretical reflection on the synthesis of information design and graphic design. It accompanied the Atlas of Gentrification, the main project during my master at Glasgow School of Art. It is printed on rough Munken Lynx paper.
Cover design for a mixtape – inspired by Toxe's music.
Collaboration with Matteo Pitassi.
The first theme shows what it looked like, if the annual emissions from cars in Los Angeles would form a big bubble instead of mixing into the air. That bubble would be hovering right over Downtown Los Angeles and would have a volume of about 1.9 billion cubic meters in the form and density of pure CO2. It would weigh 3.7 million metric tons.
The second theme shows the emissions from cars in New Delhi, India. The annual emissions from cars in New Delhi is around 6.19 million tons CO2 equivalent.
The title is a reference to Francisco de Goya's painting "El Coloso".
The illustrations are abstractions of American cities, that I made while traveling through the US. They reflect on the urban fabric, infrastructure and characteristic color palettes of each city. The project dates back to 2014 and was an early predecessor to the data visualizations about income inequality.
Kalkalpentierärzte is a small veterinarian business in rural Austria. Literally translated the word means «limestone-alps-vets». Their name is a reference to the geographic area they operate in: a limestone national park. The branding idea therefore relates to the geometric characteristics of lime stone rocks and mountain ranges. The shape of the logo also resembles an abstract head of a lynx, the national parks most precious and rare animal. The iconic «V» that veterenarians always use is also found in the logomark.
«Lowercase k» is a rapper and friend of mine from Lonbeach, California. His lyrics are dark and tell stories from the hardship of grwing up in a low income area of Greater Los Angeles. The artwork plays on the idea of his album being a spark of creation. First Contact is also an attempt for him of introducing his music to an audience.
The short music video is using edited Google Earth recordings and imitates the sublime vastness of the alps.
North is a series of illustration that is inspired by the post soviet architecture and industrial landscapes of Estonia.