At the annual meeting of German art school galleries, curators and directors meet to discuss contemporary ideas of curating- and museum-education. Each year, the meeting takes place at a different art school (or its respective gallery).
Kai Bernau’s Lyon typeface family, released by Commercial Type, is used throughout the book in its Text and Display variants.
The book design is rather restrained: only a few (rather small) type sizes, bright white (the manufacturer labels it absolute white) paper and an open binding reflect the design idea of a white-cube art gallery. To give the cube a twist, the front book jacket flap is folded out instead of folded in. It casts a straight shadow to interrupt the flat, white surface and partially hides the cover; in a way like a physical door would block your view before entering a gallery.