Sandra Nuut


Uneversum: Rhythms and Spaces * Dear Friend Workshop * Dear Friend Catalogue * Dear Friend Exhibition & Symposium * Acting Things VIII – Silent Negotiations by Judith Seng * Behind the Curtain * Making Public and Publics: Art Publishing in Context * Dear Friend * Windows displays for Tallinna Kaubamaja * Jane Jacobs * Chamber


Publication Uneversum: Rhythms and Spaces * Laseme masinatel magada * About People and Things: Victor Papanek and His Design for The Real World * Nii veatu, õmblusteta * About The Responsible Object * Need kirjad sinu postkastis * Kuidas ehitada graafiline disaini haridust? * Dear Friend 33 * Kas ainult definitsiooni küsimus? * Dear Friend 22 * Lõpetades kunstiülikooli (pandeemia tingimustes). Intervjuu Eesti Kunstiakadeemia Portfolio Café ekspertidega * Dear Friend 13 * Kirjutada = kujundada * One Playground * Väikekirjastajate kohtumine * Dear Friend 1 * Koolide koolis tuleb õpetada ellujäämist * Kohtumispaik * Signaalid perifeeriast: killud graafilisest disainist * Fairs, Masses, Artist Books and Politics * Coat Story * Objektid lähenevad
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Publication Uneversum: Rhythms and Spaces

The publication “Uneversum: Rhythms and Spaces” accompanies the exhibition of the same name, which is open 27.10.2023-7.04.2024. The book features some of the participating artists, designers and writers, who have drawn on their fields of activity and research to shed light on the different aspects of the exhibition dedicated to the sleeping space in its broader sense. It includes the “Uchronia Manifesto” and four longer essays, such as “Uchronia, the Temporal Utopia. An Essay on Synchronisation Processes and Alternative Time” by Helga Schmid, “Screen, Saver” by David Reinfurt, “Contours of Sleep” by Tõnis Jürgens, and “The Bed as an Idea” by Sandra Nuut. In addition to the articles, the publication contains a selection of exhibition views photographed by Anu Vahtra. 

The publication, which is in Estonian and English, was designed by Ranno Ait (WWW) and published by the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design.
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