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2015
Make Yourself Available
Kieler Woche
Hello Stranger!
The Particular Unity of Same and Other
ZJO 2015

2014
Europan
Mathegestalten
HFBK—Verlernen
Grain, Vapor, Ray
Inverse Institution
ZJO 2014

2013
Archaeology of the Digital
This is Television
De ideale vorm
Urlaub nach dem Fall
The Massproduction of Artwork
ZJO 2013

2012
In a Manner of Reading Design
Candide No 5
Yorgos Sapountzis
ZJO 2012

2011
Candide No 4
Katy Feuersenger
ZJO 2011
Adaptation Theories
Cristobal Lehyt
Tue Greenfort

2010
Candide No 3
Toponymisches Heft
ZJO 2010
Thermostat
Cooperative Designs
Temporary City Book
IBA Stadtumbau
Figuren und Gegenstände

2009
Candide
Of an Obscure Desaster
ZJO 2009
Temporary City
Red Sky Morning
FAZ A moment's manifesto

2008
When Attitudes become Design
European Kunsthalle
FAZ Wissen und Bedenken
Nichts ist ...
Fancity
ZJO 2008
ZJO New Plans

2007
Logo Parc
After 1968
Paul Hendrikse
OOOPP
Slave to Freedom
FAZ Sandmann
Triumph of Religion
ZJO Anniversary
ZJO 2007
FAZ Lost in transmission

-2006
MOCA MAAS
Mark Curran
Adolf-Grimme-Institut
Eoghan McTigue
Michael John Whelan
Berlin Addictive
ZJO 2005
Beyond Swiss Tradition
FAZ Zurich Housing
Movement Research
Management Revue


Rocky P. Matters
German Design Institute






Texts about Logo Parc were published in the open magazineand in Volume magazine.

www.janvaneyck.nl
www.metahaven.net

Logo Parc,
Jan van Eyck Academie, 2006-2007

Logo Parc was a research project at the Jan van Eyck Academy together with Daniel van der Velden, Gon Zifroni, Matthijs van Leeuwen, Matteo Poli. Logo Parc investigated the political and economical impacts on and through design in the new business district "Zuidas" in Amsterdam.

With placing the real space into a virtual game-environment we created a "clone"-space in which we were able to experiment with the aesthetic material found in situ. Personal impressions and the found material shaped the symbolic gestures in the virtual space. The space works as a discoursive space, which allows a critical reflection on current symptoms of post-modern city-planning.