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CONFRONTING THE MASTERS

scenography designed for BELGIUM IS DESIGN 

organized by Design Flanders + MAD Brussels + WBDM

graphic design by Ines Cox

 

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DE TIEN

Scenography designed for DESIGN VLAANDEREN in collaboration with Ines Cox

Brussels, Belgium

FORMOSA FORMS

designed for the TAIWANESE DESIGN CENTER

Exhibition in the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen (Germany)

 


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ICI & MAINTENANT

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ICONS OF FLANDERS DESIGN

exhibition architecture at Flemish Parliament in Brussels, Belgium

organised by DESIGN VLAANDEREN

 


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METRO ART MEMORY

Team: curator Yolande De Bontridder + graphics Raf Thienpont + scenography Richard & Danny Venlet 

THE POWER OF OBJECT(s)

 

RED CROSS 'asylum'

“This traveling exhibition, an initiative of Red Cross, was mainly aimed at kids. It introduced them to the specific problems of asylum seekers and the twisting path they have to follow. Hence the mobile and modular benches in foam, that can be combined into various zigzagging patterns, to fit the demands of the different spaces where the exhibition would be shown. The exhibition elements, developed together with Album, served as a link between the benches. The lowness of the benches literally forced the visitors to sit down in order to play interactive games, since I absolutely wanted to avoid an academic atmosphere. I wanted them to relax, play, reflect, meditate, discuss and dialogue.”

Team: Album + Studio Danny Venlet

RED CROSS 'terrorism'

“An exhibition that was developed on request of the Belgian Red Cross, with the purpose to explain terrorism to children. It had to be a compact travelling show that would easily fit in the trunk of a car. We opted for an show that would entirely consist of suitcases. It fitted the theme, and it also allowed me to have it produced in Australia, where I was working at the time, and to take it back to Belgium on the plane, which finally proved to be an expensive exercise. We created six suitcases: one large suitcase containing a flat screen, a DVD player and multimedia devices and five smaller ones that could be spread on the ground. They each contained a puzzle that focused on a particular assault. Children had to complete these puzzles and soon forgot that they were part of an educational exercise.”

Team: Album + Studio Danny Venlet

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