The Way Beyond Art: Wide White Space
Published by Wattis.
Edited and with interview by Jon Sueda. Foreword by Claire Fitzsimmons. Text by Rachel Berger, Claire Fitzsimmons, Eric Heiman, Emily McVarish, Jon Sueda.
The Way Beyond Art: Wide White Space investigates graphic design’s evolving relationship with exhibition making and the work of both artists and curators. The exhibition context has long been a fertile area for graphic designers to explore, whether via printed promotional materials, catalogues, signage, interactive media, or exhibition design. This volume looks at designers who have created innovative museum and gallery identities, undertaken collaborations with curators (and in so doing created new, unique productions) or launched their own exhibition-based initiatives. Among the designers and institutions featured here are APFEL, Irma Boom, Laurenz Brunner and Julia Born, Sara De Bondt, Mevis and Van Deursen, Dexter Sinister, Indexhibit, Experimental Jetset, Will Holder, Zak Kyes, James Langdon, LUST, Niessen & de Vries, Practise, Project Projects, Yann Sérandour and Jérôme Saint-Loubert Bié, Stedelijk Museum, Sulki and Min, Mylinh Trieu Nguyen, Hansje van Halem and Walker Art Center.