With each issue, the magazine Unzeitgemäße Betrachtungen (Untimely Meditations) explores a single given topic by presenting related and controversial literature, art, and photography. Issue number one deals with courage.
The pleasure of un-biased reading
The clue: Texts and images are not accompanied by the authors' names, there only is an index at the end (fig. 2). Because of that, the reader—not knowing if a text is written by Nietzsche or a freshman—is able to view the magazine's content un-biased.
It does not sounds like a big thing, but reading without knowing the text's authorship is a very intriguing experience indeed.
RadarDesign of a poster and a booklet for the experimental play “Radar”
TheaterUmrissWorks for/with the theatre collective
Havanna MenuConcept and design for a cocktailbar's menu.
Da bleibt uns nur die WutDesign for Till Reiners' political cabaret tour
Karussell am ZuckerbergA gallery, café, design-shop, theater, and stage for dozens of cultural events