Open! Archive

Niels Schrader

The digital catalogue Open! Platform for Art, Culture & the Public Domain is an online environment that continues the discursive tradition of the Open cahiers published by SKOR – Foundation for Art and Public Domain. It investigates the changing conditions of the public sphere, and the consequences of privatization, mediatization and globalization processes on social, cultural and artistic practices.

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    Niels Schrader, Netherlands (2010)

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    The digital catalogue Open! Platform for Art, Culture & the Public Domain is an online environment that continues the discursive tradition of the Open cahiers published by SKOR – Foundation for Art and Public Domain. It investigates the changing conditions of the public sphere, and the consequences of privatization, mediatization and globalization processes on social, cultural and artistic practices.

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    Niels Schrader, Netherlands (2010)

      Publications

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      Hinterm Mond (Behind the Moon)

      (2004)

      • Harald Weinrich,
      • Dieter Fuder

      University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf

      Behind the Moon is a thought-provoking publication that gathers all types of fronts and backs, both of graphic and photographic nature. It cross-faces their meanings and appearances by playing with the reader’s tendency to perceive a book as facing pages. The title of the book is a historic reference to the 1959 exposure of the far side of the moon, when for the first time in mankind a spacecraft returned never-before-seen views of its rear side to earth.

      Education

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      co-head of Graphic Design department

      • Undergraduate

      2013 – today

      • KABK – Royal Academy of Art (The Netherlands)

      Agencies

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