NODE is a Berlin and Oslo based design studio.
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11/08/2015 Berthold Brecht
—— Einen ganzen Tag lang, volle 24 Stunden, verwandeln deufert&plischke das HAU1 in ein „Neues Episches Theater“. 

11/08/2015 Brecht Brief
—— 24h Durcheinander, deufert&plischke

10/07/2015 Oslo Pilot
—— “In response to an initiative by the City of Oslo Agency for Cultural Affairs (Norway), curators Eva González-Sancho and Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk are laying the groundwork for a future art biennial in the form of Oslo Pilot, a two-year, experimental, research-based project to investigate the role of art in and for the public realm. This active working process will count on the collaboration of different professionals in the field of art and other disciplines to define the ideal format and characteristics of a periodic, art-in-public-space event in the city of Oslo.” The identity we have created for this project is based on a custom-made typeface, and we will be designing a series of related items during the next two years.

19/06/2015 Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival 2015
—— ‘On nature’ is the theme of this year’s Ultima festival. We are working with Swiss photographer Jonas Marguet to create a series of images with references to still-life, ‘Wunderkammer’ and technical photography – and of course the programme of the upcoming festival.

07/05/2015 100 Years of Now, On War and Time 2015–2018
—— 100 Years of Now is a diagnosis of our times. Under the conditions of globalized real-time communications, our sense of the past and the future is diminishing. A century is the longest period that can be captured biographically. To some extent, our forebears were able to convey to us what happened during their lives. But the span of a century also allows us to take into account any reordering that is relevant to our time: At which points of transition were alternative outcomes conceivable? What global transformations are still having an impact—and will continue to into the future?

27/04/2015 Ape Culture
—— The exhibition Ape Culture at Haus der Kulturen der Welt presents artworks and documents that wittily observe the relationship between humans and other primates. 

—— Italian type designer Aldo Novarese has drawn our Milano cover typeface Sintex for VGC in 1973.

24/02/2015 Milano
—— Milan is the 6th release in the series of city guides designed by us for 38Hours.

18/02/2015 Tomorrow Is Always Too Long, Phil Collins
—— Poster for the latest film by artist Phil Collins. Specially commissioned for the Glasgow Film Festival 2014, the movie is a modern day city symphony and a musical love letter to Glasgow, shot on locations ranging from an antenatal class, to Barlinnie prison, and Frampton’s night club. 

12/02/2015 Apparatjik World
—— This book documents Apparatjik's varied and unique production over the years since their start in 2008.

06/02/2015 38 Hours in Vienna
—— The latest guide we have designed for 38 Hours has been released, featuring articles on Erwin Wurm and espionnage in the Austrian capital.

30/01/2015 Untitled — The city at night
—— Ane Hjort Guttu’s Untitled — The city at night was shown at the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2015 and selected for the Tiger awards competition. The poster is a silk-screen print hand-coloured by the artist.

27/01/2015 Eine Einstellung zur Arbeit
—— Starting in one month: Labour in a Single Shot, a project by Antje Ehmann and Harun Farocki at HKW Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Our poster is using a still of the project films that are available online. 

21/01/2015 This Place Is Every Place
—— Our poster for This Place is Every Place by Ane Hjort Guttu, which will be showing at the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2015.

12/01/2015 I einsemda på bomullsmarkene
—— Our design for Tormod Carlsen’s version of Dans la solitude des champs de coton by Bernard-Marie Koltès, premiering at Det Norske Teatret 20 February.
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