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A member of the public holding the Trans Local Co-operation booklet, standing in front of the visual identity which has been applied in a large format wallpaper covering, the member of the public is talking and smiling to another during the exhibtion
Translocal-Co-operation
A cooperative exhibition exploring translocal solidarity in a connected world
Year:
2020

Clients:

Furtherfield Gallery
British Council

Services:
#Visual Identity #Publication #Exhibition
Deliverables:

Plural and Multilingual Visual Identity
Vibrant exhibition signage
Multilingual Exhibition Programme
Spatial Online Showcase

A member of the public holding the Trans Local Co-operation booklet, standing in front of the visual identity which has been applied in a large format wallpaper covering, the member of the public is talking and smiling to another during the exhibtion

Celebrating plural identities and their creative expressions: Platforming cooperation and empathy, blurring boundaries between language and culture

Translocal Cooperation is an exhibition of work born of cooperation and knowledge exchange between Turkish, Greek, Serbian and British artists seeking Translocal solidarity in a connected world.

The exhibition and works within consider how we might organise for care across distances and differences, with and for our translocal communities. It features a selection of artworks from those created by Turkish, Greek, Serbian and British artists during art and technology residencies at the creative hubs ATÖLYE in Turkey, Bios in Greece, and Nova Iskra in Serbia. The artworks, exhibition and visual identity ask how we might celebrate plural identities and their creative expressions while opening up and sharing these new connections for greater cooperation and empathy.

We worked closely with the curators, artists’ and partners to produce a multifaceted visual identity, website and spatial design for the TransLocal Cooperation exhibition held in Furtherfield Gallery, Finsbury Park. Due to the sudden impact of Covid-19, we had to rethink the “space” exhibitions occupy, moving to a more unorthodox online showcase. We worked with Furtherfield Gallery, The British Council in Turkey and other partners involved to reimagine the way we exhibit in a time of lockdown and limited movement.

Visual Identity within the Exhibition

An image of one of the artists exhibiting within the Furtherfield Gallery space, in her hand is a Translocal Cooperation booklet. On the wall behind the artist has large geometric colourful shapes which are used throughout the Visual Identity.
An image of the visual identity applied as a large format wall print covering
The image shows one of the artworks on display in front of the large wall print
Members of the public are seen watching video artworks, while reading and holding copies of the Trans Local booklet

Multilingual Exhibition Booklet

A collection of book covers scattered overlapping in a playful manor
A scan of the front and back of the booklets showing the brightly covered visual identity, the four languages involved, and the logos of those who supported the project
A scan showing the brightly covered visual identity, and the contents of the booklet
An image of the booklet showing the interior design of the publication, showing how we used all four languages
The booklet scan shows an artists work who is part of the exhibition, along side it the visual identity and typography is on display, showing all 4 languages next to each other allowing users from around the globe to read the same information at the same time.

Spatial Online Showcase on Multilingual Website

An image showing the Translocal Cooperation visual identity on the website, showing the four languages and countries involved in the development of the project
The image shows two parts of the website, the first is the menu overlay which shows the pages and access features on the website. The second shows the specially built carousal used on the website, to create a sense of being inside the Gallery space.
The project pages themselves have a dedicated space on the website, utilising the colours and typography chosen as part of the visual identity.
Event Image Credits: Furtherfield Gallery

NOVA-X, 2020


A digital and physical exhibition celebrating 10 years of the NOVA awards at Central Saint Martins
alt: Two hands holding up a laptop in front of the night sky, displayed on the laptop is the Nova X website homepage.

BEV (Bodies Economic Value), 2019


Interactive playbour inspired installation
alt: Woman sat on a BEV cushion watching the videos created by the artists, the longer she sits the more the price of the artwork decreases
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