Interview with Exactitudes


Since 1994, Dutch photographer Ari Versluisand anthropologist Ellie Uyttenbroek have been trekking the globe together, recording“exactitudes” — “exact attitudes” captured in people’s peculiar dress code as an attempt to differentiate themselves from others or identify with a group.  The project is a deliberate collage of contradictions — between individuality and conformity, between street style and studio setting, between self […]


Interview with Julian Mayor


Julian Mayor is an artist and designer based in East London. His work is inspired by the sculptural possibilities of computers combined with industrial and craft making processes. His designs have been shown at the V&A London, Rossana Orlandi Milan, FAT Galerie Paris and 21st21st New York, and he has also installed a permanent series […]


Sunday Read


Sunday Read is a weekly feature on books we come across and like.  In addition to of course the content, our focus lies primarily on the design, its haptic and layout. This is reflected upon through unique set ups, that is presented in a series of photographs. A small statement in the end provides you with all […]


Interview Analia Saban – Beyond Painting

courtesy Caren Levin

Analia Saban is a contemporary artist working in Los Angeles. Her work encompasses drawing, painting and sculpture. Saban has said of her work that „I use a spectrum of materials depending on what needs to be conveyed through the work.“ She often works with materials in ways that confuse or subvert their typical meaning or use in studio art practice: for example, […]


Interview with Constantin Hartenstein

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Constantin Hartenstein (*1982 Herzberg) lives and works in New York. His artistic practice is characterized by a profound analysis of society’s dominating power structures. Hartenstein often examines corporate architecture and its manifestation in the proliferation of screen-based environments, banners and media facades. Blurring the line between documentation and fiction, the artist questions one-dimensional constructions of commercial space, leaving […]


Interview with Sarah Maple

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Sarah Maple was born in 1985; she completed a BA in Fine Art from Kingston University in 2007 and in the same year won the ‚4 New Sensations‘ award for emerging artists, run by The Saatchi Gallery. Sarah’s artwork, film and performances have been exhibited internationally at galleries and institutions. Her exhibition at Kunstihoone broke the museum’s […]


Interview with Maximilian Arnold


Born in 1987, Maximilian Arnold studied Fine Art and Painting at the Art Academy Karlsruhe with Prof. Toon Verhoef before switching to the class of Willem de Rooij at the Staedel Academy in Frankfurt. Arnold`s paintings are set up as collages of materials such as polyester or plastic foil, denying a localisation of the individual […]