Starting from 2017, the Free University of Bozen publishes its yearbook, featuring the most interesting graduation projects made by the students of the Bachelor in Design and Arts. Eighteen young designers were chosen to represent the 2017 remarkable outcomes at the diploma exhibition in September where we were responsible for the layout of both the exhibition and publication design.
Editorial / Exhibition
How can the land’s shared value be singled out from the ongoing political discourse, so that it won’t be questioned in the future? How can we represent its complexity, without oversimplifying it into the basic opposition of preservation vs. exploitation?
Resilience of the Past
The Regime of the Visible uses the format of a pocket map to introduce two ways of exploring Cannerberg, a small hill situated between Maastricht, the Netherlands, and Kanne, Belgium.
The Regime of the Visible
The first issue of Handkerchief explores the concept of Absence. The forgotten story of the “Arrusi” - Italian homosexuals restricted on the Tremiti islands during Fascism - is narrated through the original mugshots and the contemporary pictures taken by the members of Collettivo Domino.
Handkerchief 2 is on Excess. The second issue of the magazine shows the content of the exhibition “Linea de Vida – Museo Travesti del Peru”, held for the first time in Europe in Brussels in 2015 and curated by the Peruvian curator Miguel Lopez.
The third issue of Handkerchief is on Spontaneity and analyzed various forms of art - such as theatre, writing, .. - as an emancipation instrument to communicate and share the own sexual identity.
The exhibition “Against Walls - Editoria periodica attraverso i moti di Stonewall”, curated during the 2016 edition of Festival della Letteratura di Mantova, is an attempt to trace a path in the evolution of the rights among the LGBT community.
Contemporary European history is noteworthy due to very particular moments of tension. The events defining historic moments are unique in their circumstances, yet the strategies leading to them are quite similar.
In Friuli Venezia Giulia, in the deepest north-east of Italy, on the border with the German and the Slavic world, the musical culture is a deeply rooted value. There are dozens of widely spread associations in the area, that - at various levels- carry out their own projects.
Si à di dî di sì di dì
The exhibition and the catalog “Yes Yes Yes - Alternative Press” document in a synthetic way a research that finds its origin in the editorial production of the Dutch Provo and go through the many countercultural, alternative, underground, punk branches in Europe and America from 1966 to 1977.
Yes Yes Yes – Alternative Press