Two Stories of Feminist Publishing
Research/ Website/ Web-to-print
2023, link ↝
Bachelor thesis and documentation. This research focused on the Women in Print Movement in the Netherlands during the second feminist wave. Its aim was to shed light on histories unjustly excluded from the book history, highlighting their relevance and resonances in contemporary design and publishing practices. Through the analysis of the movement's archives, but also through interviews with its participants, emerge a rich and varied reservoir of ideas and approaches for more sustainable, inclusive and emancipatory publishing practices, but also stories of love, friendship and solidarity.
Vernacular Photography in Conversation
Editorial Design/ Editing
2020, 56 pages, 10 × 29,7 cm
A study of vernacular photography, through a series of interviews with the ones who make it and/or use it as an artistic medium. All of the interviews were prepared, conducted and transcribed exclusively for this publication.
2021, 180 × 75 cm
Letters From the Sublime
2021, 11 riso-printed postcards
A nightmarish immersion in the dreams of a brain in lockdown.