Mapping the Landscape
Exhibition catalogue. Eight artists from The Netherlands and Germany allowed themselves to be inspired by the urban and natural landscape in and around Venlo for the project 'Mapping the Landscape'. They looked for typical characteristics of the area and gave their own view on the identity of the region. The artists responded not only to the visible landscape but also the way people use public space, the history of a place or stories attached to it. Mapping the Landscape shows in how many layers the landscape is constructed and what factors affect the character or the perception thereof. The design of the exhibition and catalogue captures the atmosphere of 'work in progress'. The landscape is never finished; it is always in transition…
title Mapping the Landscape
client Museum van Bommel van Dam
publisher Museum van Bommel van Dam
editor Saskia van der Wiel, Paul Hermans
concept 'Mapping the Landscape' Saskia van der Wiel
author Lotte Haagsma, Evelien Jansen, Saskia van der Wiel and others
photography Zebra Fotostudio's and others
book design Wout de Vringer
font Insider + Insider Stencil (Characters Font Foundry)
size 170 x 230 mm
pages 240
printing full colour offset / black + pantone 3005 or black + pantone 361 
printing cover
cover paperback with flap; with laser die-cut, binding sewn bound, green yarn
extra CD included
published 2012
isbn 978-90-78290-28-5