The Japanese-German exchange exhibition green.space2 licht/schatten in Weimar 2003 was in need of an exhibition design.
The art exhibition wasn't situated in one building but was spread over five different locations in Weimar. For this reason they wanted a guiding system that connected the displayed art by context as well as by the different locations.
with Georg Seiffert, Angela Clinkscales,
Steffen Cyrus, Anni Diermeier, Felix van de Sand.
Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
All buildings were situated close to the river, and, furthermore, relationship to nature was the topic – so we choosed the river as a leitmotif. The invitations served as a simplified city map with marked exhibition locations.
This map with a building scheme for orientation was put on several posters as well . Inside the buildings a blue adhesive tape figured the river Ilm, connecting the exhibition rooms. The layout of flags, posters and invitations as well as artist plates and the catalogue were included in the exhibition design.