Van experiment naar instrument
Ping-Pong Design | Meike Nip
22 x 19,5 cm
Only available in Dutch
This publication has been made possible by the Municipality of the City of Rotterdam
special offer: now only € 12.50 (incl. 9% VAT) instead of € 25,00
Platforms, Policies, Technologies
Mind Design, Niels Schrader, Martijn de Heer
17 x 22 cm
Date of Release: November 2019
Translation: Michael Meert (Dutch/English)
Image editing: Sanneke Huisman, Marga van Mechelen, assisted by Maan Meelker
Glossary: Sanneke Huisman, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Alexandre Michaan, Marga van Mechelen, assisted by Zoë Spaaij
Printing, lithography and binding: robstolk®
Project coordination and publisher: Eleonoor Jap Sam
Art on the Rural Frontier
Peter de Kan
17 x 23 cm
Bound with open spine
Release date: Spring 2014
Articles, Essays, Interviews and Out-takes by Tony Fretton
Studio Joost Grootens, Joost Grootens, Dimitri Jeannottat
13.5 x 21 cm
Date of release: February 2018
This publication is supported by the Creative Industries Fund NL.
For more information: www.tonyfretton.com/
New Dimensions in Landscape Philosophy
Mind Design - Niels Schrader
15,5 x 22 cm
Date of Release: November 2012
In 2010 Jap Sam Books and Myvillages formed an editorial alliance to produce a new series of books. This is the second publication in this series of books.
Translation NL-EN Kathleen van Overzee-McMillian
The research for this publication was supported by Fryslan 2018 and Villagers of Wjelsryp.
This publication was made possible by the Mondriaan Fund and the Netherlands Architecture Fund.
Art and/as Research at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp
Stadsverfraaiing in Rotterdam sinds 1940
Studio Minke Themans
22 x 28 cm
Only available in Dutch
Preface: Sjarel Ex
Copy editing Gerda ten Cate
Image research and image editing: Nienke Post Joop de Jong, Minke Themans
Photo essay: Otto Snoek
Coordinating editor Eleonoor Jap Sam
For more information: CBK Rotterdam
Release date: June 2016
MR. J. DUTILHPRIJS 2018
Conversations on the Post-Soviet
Niels Schrader, Mind Design
15.5 x 22 cm
Release date: October 2015. Book launch during Frieze London, and Frankfurt Book Fair.
Company: Movements, Deals and Drinks is the winner of the 2014 Create Art Award by Create London and supported by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham supports the project since 2014.
Myvillages is a pan-national artist group founded in 2003 by Kathrin Böhm, Wapke Feenstra, and Antje Schiffers. Its work addresses the evolving relationship between the rural and the urban, looking at different forms of production, pre-conceptions and power relationships.
Current and recent projects include International Village Show (2014 – 16) for the Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig, Germany, Forms of Lending Shapes, A-Z Marzona Collection, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Umeå Pantry for Bildmuseet Umeå, Sweden and Farmers and Ranchers with M12, Colorado, USA and Fries Museum, the Netherlands.
Myvillages works on a number of long-term projects with a focus on the particular local, but all projects develop trans-local connections within pan cultural and pan national networks, for example in projects such as I like being a farmer and want to stay one, the Bibliobox and the International Village Shop, all started around 2005 and ongoing.
Stout / Kramer
12.4 x 18.6 cm
Translation and final editing: Leo Reijnen. Editor: Mirjam Beerman, Steven van Teeseling
This is a publication in a series of essays commissioned by the Mondriaan Fonds (former Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture).
For more information: Mondriaan Fonds
International Conference Proceedings
19 x 25.5 cm
The Proceedings are published in collaboration: Jap Sam Books and the Architecture Theory Chair. Faculty of Architecture and The Built Environment. Delft University of Technology. www.tudelft-architecture.nl/chairs/architecture-theory
Scientific Committee: Heidi Sohn, Andrej Radman, Patrick Healy, Stavros Kousoulas
Architecture Theory Interim Chair: Carola Hein
Technology - Activism - Anti-Social
Gabrielle Lai and Markus Wernli
20 x 26.5 cm / 7.87 x 10.43 inch
Copy editor: Shannon Ross - Make No Bones Studio, Hong Kong
Release date: Spring/Summer 2018
ISSN 2589-7090 (print) ISSN 2589-7101 (online)
Published in cooperation with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Environmental & Interior Design, School of Design. Published with the support of The School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and The Cubic Research Network.
Cubic Journal is published in conjunction with Cubic Society and the Cubic Research Network as an academic platform aimed at the dissemination of design related research. Operating from within The Hong Kong Polytechnic University's School of Design, the platforms aims to draw together global scholars in order to generate, exchange and discuss contemporary questions within the pursuit of advancing knowledge through and within a number of design disciplines.