website & listening stations

In No Particular Order showcases the work of 36 talents selected by the Creative Industries Fund at the Dutch Design Week 2015

In No Particular Order seeks to convey the ways in which designers see and think about the world. Through a shared image database of their personal archives, we are able to get an intimate glimpse into their minds, their working methods and their practice.

website

In line with the identity created by Studio Remco van Bladel for the exposition, The Visual Theatre created its digital counterpart. On the website the works and talents are shown, in no particular order of course. As mentioned before, the focus lies on the designers their world, instead of their final work of art. In this way, the website was even more so an addition to the exhibition, especially as the personal page of each talent allowed the visitor of the website to listen to an interview with the respective artist.

Also, a big shout out to Charlie Berendsen for helping out with programming the website!

listening station & exhibition

At the exhibition visitors were given the oppertunity to have a hands-on experience with the artist's train of thought. At the listening stations the interviews were shown, and headsets were handed out, so every visitors mobile phone would become a listening station as well. You could see it as your own private audio-tour of the In No Particular Order website.

Of course all this talking about process has gotten your interest as to see what was actually exhibited at the Dutch Design Week. Well, don't worry, the website has got you covered there as well!

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