Identity, title wall, and interior graphics for the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition 194X to 9/11: American Architects and the City, in the Architecture and Design galleries.
The show presents “design projects for a hypothetical postwar American city, [which] rethink both urban community life and the relationship between architecture and urban planning.”
In close collaboration with the MoMA Design Studio.
Video design for the pre-exhibition phase of Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, which examined new architectural possibilities for American cities and suburbs in the context of the foreclosure crisis.
Development included identity, illustration, and narrative storyboarding.
In close collaboration with the MoMA Design Studio, animated by Rob Chapman.
Design and design-support for the Museum of Modern Art's print production.
Print-work is produced in coordination with education and out-reach programs, each of the seven curatorial departments, and special programming ranging from film festivals to workshops.
Produced in close collaboration with the MoMA Design Studio.
Identity and art-direction for Highland—an NYC menswear brand.
10 Newspapers comprising the New Museum catalog for the exhibition, The Last Newspaper...
The papers were directed and edited by the Barcelona-based curatorial team Latitudes.
“...If the artwork assembled in the galleries is dedicated to deconstructing the power and possibilities of the press, then the invited participants are engaged in finding new (and perhaps more holistic) ways of describing the world.”
Secondary Communities is a print-on-demand book project organized by British artist John Reardon to investigate connections (or the lack thereof) between art and democracy.
The book contains 131 varied contributions from artists and writers including Francis Alys, Doug Ashford, Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri, Binna Choi, Atelier Van Lieshout, Critical Arts Ensemble, Liam Gillick, Thomas Hirschhorn, Marilyn Manson, Metahaven, Roman Ondak, Pipilotti Rist, Joe Scanlan, and Tom of Finland.
Design completed under the direction of Project Projects.
Information graphics and illustration design throughout the Salt Lake City Museum of Natural History. From lava flows to languages.
The graphics and illustrations work in dynamic relation to the installations—providing context,
minute detail, cypher keys, and activity prompts.
With Ralph Appelbaum Associates and specialists from the SLC MNH.
Catalog for CCA's Graduate Curatorial Department’s thesis exhibition.
Most visible in the dark, the catalog becomes an active vehicle for the exhibition—originally described as a meditation on latency.