Again and Again
Daniel Rode‘s art is as radical as the concept of his new book we designed together with him.
No compromise. Daniel Rode is a conceptual artist who is particularly well-known for his large-scale works showing short claims without meaningful separations, his light installations and repetitive serial drawings. His art is uncompromising and strictly straight forward. ”Art asks questions and gives no answers, its intention must be open and maybe even unclear.“ When creating the concept for his monograph ”Again and Again“ we strictly followed his conceptual approach, defining very rigid typesetting rules which leave no room for design-related decisions and adjustments. The only way is strictly forward or to best describe it in Daniel Rode’s words: ”I want to move forward.“
Susanne Altmann, Knut Hartwich, Annegret Klinker, Carsten Probst, Carolin Quermann
The only way is strictly forward. This is how we set up the conceptual grid for the book. Widows become a must.