Serge Rompza,
NODE Berlin Oslo

Lost in Translation

On your way to becoming an editorial designer, you are confronted with exploring and producing common formats such as books, magazines or websites. For some time now, the discipline’s range of work has been steadily expanding; demands are changing. Collaboration with other disciplines, working with new formats is more necessary and exciting today than ever.

How can new things emerge in exchange with other specialists? How do we approach unknown formats and what are their characteristics? This workshop week will give us time to challenge ourselves and explore our skills as authors and producers of unconventional or even unknown formats.

Serge Rompza

After graduating from Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, Serge Rompza has co-founded the Berlin and Oslo based design studio NODE in 2003, together with Anders Hofgaard.

The two offices collaboratively focus on identity, print, exhibition and interactive work. Clients include Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin, Vitra, MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT), Lithuanian Pavilion / La Biennale di Venezia, Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). Since 2004, he has regularly been teaching at art and design academies across Europe.

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