Presentation on ‘Digital Pollution’ at Fault Lines symposium, 14 December 2018.

Niels Schrader

Niels Schrader is a concept-driven information designer with a fascination for numbers and data. He is founder of the Amsterdam-based design studio Mind Design, member of the AGI – Alliance Graphique Internationale and together with Ramon Amaro and Sheena Calvert co-founder of the Queer Computing Consortium (QCC). Schrader graduated in communication design at the University of Applied Sciences in Düsseldorf and further completed his academic studies in the master programme Design at the Sandberg Institute Amsterdam. Schrader writes regularly for Grafikmagazin and Open! – Platform for Art, Culture & the Public Domain and worked from 2017 to 2020 as a correspondent for Novum – World of Graphic Design. Next to his design practice, he has lectured at various academies and universities in- and outside Europe. From 2013 to 2021 he was together with Roosje Klap head of the Graphic Design department at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. Currently he is head of the Non Linear Narrative master programme.

Before setting up his own studio in Amsterdam in 2005, Schrader had worked as a freelance designer for Uwe Loesch and Irma Boom. His portfolio of clients includes i.a. MOTI – Museum of the Image, Museum De Paviljoens, Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar, Bureau Europa, Goethe-Institut Niederlande, Mondriaan Foundation, Royal Academy of Visual Arts (Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten), DasArts – Master of Theatre, Berlage Institute, VU University Amsterdam, Delft University of Technology, KCAP Architects & Planners, PostNL, Jap Sam Books, Maven Publishing, Onomatopee, nai010 Publishers and Slewe Gallery in Amsterdam.

In his work, Schrader plays the role of both a mediator and a designer. He considers communication to be an interactive process that requires participation through questioning. Schrader’s projects frequently challenge the audience to experience the very means of communication by providing insights into the complex methods of information exchange.

Past interns and fellows of Mind Design include: Gilles de Brock, Martijn de Heer, Amir Houieh, Daan Jesper Kars, Jungeun Lee, Edgar Savisaar, Pascal Schilp, Vera van de Seyp, Miriam Thijssen, Fernando van der Vlist and Roger van der Zwan. Thank you guys for a great time!

Acid Clouds on show at -1, Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam. – Photo by Roel Backaert TextCompass on display at AKI Academy of Art & Design, Enschede. – Photo by Sjoerd van Oevelen Exhibition detail. – Photo by Sjoerd van Oevelen

Presentations and workshops

13 March 2024, Technodiversity – Beyond Datafication And Digital Colonialism, Studium Generale
Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam

17 November 2023, Imagination Above Productivity: Resurfacing and Scaling the Digital Ecosystem Around Us
Framer Framed, Amsterdam

22 November 2022, Future Storage: Architectures to Host the Metaverse
Independent School for the City, Rotterdam

11 November 2022
Folkwang University of the Arts, Essen

23 May 2022, Dematerialisation
Elisava – Barcelona School of Design and Engineering

6 December 2021, Acid Clouds
University for the Creative Arts, Surrey

13 September 2021, Acid Clouds
Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam

26 May 2021, Acid Clouds, Datapolis Lecture Series
Delft University of Technology

18 March 2021, Your Voice Makes a Difference
Camberwell College of Arts, London

11 March 2021, Acid Clouds
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague

21 April 2020, Depth of Field, GCD Lecture Series (postponed)
Central Saint Martins, London

10 March 2020, Design and the Deep Future
Korzo Theatre, The Hague

24 September 2019, Data Decides
AGI Open, Rotterdam

25 – 28 March 2019, Workshop
Elisava – Barcelona School of Design and Engineering

19 February 2019
Vilnius Academy of Arts

14 December 2018, Fault Lines, Design Research Symposium
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague

26 – 28 November 2018, Dictionary of Freedom Workshop
Royal College of Art, London

20 June 2018, Gedankendesign, Jour Fixe
Peter Behrens School of Arts, Düsseldorf

27 April 2018, ReadOn Conference
University of Applied Sciences, Mainz

14 February 2018, Visual Complexity, GCD Lecture Series
Central Saint Martins, London

12 October 2017, Mapping the Anthropocene
Delft University

20 September 2017, Borders – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
AGI Open, Maison de la Radio, Paris

6 September 2017, No Facts / No Future
ArtEZ – Academy of Art & Design, Arnhem

24 – 28 July 2017, Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us Workshop
Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles

24 June 2017, Post-truth fiction #1 Conference
Theater aan de Rijn, Arnhem


7 – 10 March 2017, Processing Workshop
Institute of Design, Lahti

11 November 2016, Open Data for Education Hackathon
Scholengemeenschap UniC, Utrecht

4 November 2016, How to Measure Data Relevance
Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam

26 October 2016, Creative Paper Conference
Alte Kongresshalle, Munich

26 – 28 May 2016, Political Patterns Workshop
Academy of Media Arts Cologne

12 May 2016, How we made…
Museum Meermanno, The Hague

7 – 11 March 2016, Scarcity Workshop
Central Saint Martins, London

7 January 2016, Between Animals or Beyond Being Human
Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem

5 December 2015, Pop Up! Sarajevo
Kriterion Cinema, Sarajevo

25 June 2015, 33pt Next Page
Köln International School of Design, Cologne

21 May 2015
Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem

15 May 2015, De digitale stad
Shine Festival, ’s-Hertogenbosch

19 January 2015, Against the Template Culture in Design
University of Applied Arts, Vienna

4 December 2014, Inloop + speciale gast
De Monsterkamer, Amsterdam

21 November 2014, Dag van de Theorie
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague

4 September 2014, Grip op publieke projecten
Delft University

18 June 2014, The Speculative Manifesto Workshop, International Biennial of Graphic Design
Moravian Gallery, Brno

4 May 2014, Super Book Sunday
Onomatopee, Eindhoven

14 – 18 April 2014, Grafist 18 Workshop
Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts, Istanbul

6 March 2014, Digital natives and digital immigrants
HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht

27 January 2014, Big, Open & Beautiful #4 – We love data
Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam

9 – 13 December 2013, Workshop
Merz Akademie, Stuttgart

15 March 2013, Interpassivity as the mediating pretext in the networked society
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague

15 November 2012, Unravel the Web, Studium Generale
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague

4 October 2012
Xiamen University Art College


12 September 2012, Nieuwe manieren van publiceren over kunst en cultuur
Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam

30 May 2012, Beamlab-Special: Nederland van Boven
Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam

27 March 2012
Carnegie Mellon University (School of Design), Pittsburgh

10 March 2012, Gerrit Noordzij Seminar
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague

26 November 2011, What You Can Learn From Hidden Mobile Phone Data
Quantified Self Conference, Amsterdam

16 November 2011, Emzin seminar on visual communication
City Museum of Ljubljana

6 October 2011, What. How. Why.
AGI Congress, Arteria Parallel Theatre, Barcelona

24 September 2011, Developing Digital Content
London Art Book Fair, White Chapel Gallery

1 September 2011, Items Live – Wim Crouwel
Temporary Stedelijk, Amsterdam

4 July 2011, Zukunft der Schrift
University of Applied Sciences, Düsseldorf

21 April 2011, AGI ‘Home & Abroad’
Temporary Stedelijk, Amsterdam

14 April 2011, Data-driven Exploration of Dynamical Networks
IMéRA, Marseille

7 April 2011, Zefir7 / Optical Interventions
Theater Zeebelt, The Hague

31 March 2011, Data als ‘beautiful evidence’
Waag Society, Amsterdam

12 March 2011, Pixelache — Festival of Electronic Art
Camp Pixelache, Helsinki

11 Juni 2010
Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften, Hamburg

12 May 2010, Follow the Money
De Balie, Amsterdam

21 November 2009, Mit Design über Design forschen
University of Applied Sciences, Düsseldorf

6 May 2009, Print / Pixel
Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam

23 April 2009
Burg Giebichenstein – University of Art and Design, Halle

13 October 2008
Dutch Art Institute, Enschede

30 August 2006, Beeld & Geluid Workshop
Museum De Paviljoens, Almere

29 January 2004, Stifo@Sandberg
Rotterdamse Schouwburg

Lecture at Monsterkamer, Amsterdam. – Photo by Justina Nekrašaitė Audience deeply immersed into the Mondriaan report. – Photo by Justina Nekrašaitė

Selected exhibitions and screenings

7 October 2023, -1
Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam

23 – 28 September 2021, Expedition: Future
Amsterdam Science Park

6 – 10 December 2019, Research Exhibition Fault Lines
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague

17 – 18 May 2017, A Grin Without a Cat – Annual National Deleuze Conference
AKI Academy of Art & Design, Enschede

23 April – 15 May 2017, China TDC
Nanshan Museum, Shenzhen

16 December 2015, Die Großmarkthalle von Martin Elsaesser
European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main

3 October 2015 – 13 March 2016, Planet Hype
Museum of the Image, Breda

17 June – 3 July 2014, Sarajevo100
Collegium Artisticum, Sarajevo

14 April – 18 May 2014, Grafist 18
Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts, Istanbul

28 September 2013 – 1 June 2014, MOTI Hotel
Museum of the Image, Breda

29 April – 2 September 2012, Rollercoaster
Museum of the Image, Breda

12 – 13 March 2011, Pixelache 2011
Festival of Electronic Art and Subcultures, Helsinki

15 January – 29 May 2011, Connecting the Past and the Future
Graphic Design Museum, Breda

15 January – 29 May 2009, 1st Graphic Design Biennale Germany China
Deutsch-Chinesischer Kulturaustausch, Düsseldorf

27 June 2009 – 31 January 2010, Dutch Design Database
Graphic Design Museum, Breda

3 – 4 April 2008, The Next Web Conference
Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam

7 November 2007, The Int’l Fest of Cinema and Technology
Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles

23 September 2007, Milano Film Festival
Festival dal mondo, Milan

12 May – 22 October 2007, Twee en twintig duizend vijf honderd: De Collectie Almere
Museum De Paviljoens, Almere

23 June 2006, The Biggest Visual Power Show
Zeche Zollverein, Essen

22 October 2006, backup_festival
Bauhaus-University, Weimar

6 – 8 October 2006, Amsterdam Film eXperience
Het Ketelhuis, Amsterdam

1 April – 22 October 2006, The Urban Condition
Museum De Paviljoens, Almere

Exhibition at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey. Exhibition detail.

Selected bibliography

2024: ‘Acid clouds over the Netherlands: Niels Schrader on data centre topologies’ (Amsterdam: Fiber)

2023: ‘Touching: A Research Method in Art and Design’ (Amsterdam: Dutch Design Daily)

2022: ‘CDP: Multiple Perspectives on Computational Graphic Design’ (New York: AIGA); ‘Books Make Friends’ in How Would You Like to Get Lampooned, My Lord? (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Erkennen, erfassen, bewusst werden’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #6 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign); ‘Post-Polka’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #3 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign); ‘Veränderung sichtbar machen’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #2 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign)

2021: ‘Alles Theater’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #5 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign); ‘Acid Clouds’ (Amsterdam: Dutch Design Daily); ‘De Buitenkant van de cloud’ in Tijdgeest issue 23 January 2021 (Amsterdam: DPG Media Group); ‘Choreografierter Zufall’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #1 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign); ‘Data in de fysieke leefomgeving’ in De Lichtkogel issue Juni 2021 (Utrecht: Rijkswaterstaat); ‘Denk groß, kleiner geht immer’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #3 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign); ‘Designalism’ (Amsterdam: ACED); ‘Donkere datawolken’ in IP – Vakblad voor informatieprofessionals issue #5 (Voorburg: Uitgeverij IP); ‘Een zoektocht naar het juiste papier’ (Amsterdam: Monsterkamer); ‘Encore!’ in Novum issue January 2021 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Hier worden al uw digitale geheimen opgeslagen’ in Trouw (Amsterdam: DPG Media Group); ‘In het donker rond datacenters op zoek naar de perfecte foto’ (Amsterdam: Waag); ‘Kennismaken met datacenters op Science Park’ (Amsterdam: Het Parool); ‘Die neuen Langweiler’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #2 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign); ‘A New Vocabulary for Action’ in Who Speaks? (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Sich im Garten verlieren’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #6 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign);

2021 (continues): ‘Visuelle Recherchen’ in Grafikmagazin, issue #4 (Munich: Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign); ‘Walking: A Research Method in Art and Design’ (Amsterdam: Dutch Design Daily)

2020: ‘Absorb, Transmit and Reflect’ in Novum issue January 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Bring It On’ in Novum issue November 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Datatorens’, in: NRC Weekend, issue 28 November 2020 (Amsterdam: NRC Media); ‘Everything Has Been Designed to Perfection’ in Novum issue December 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Faster! Better! Python!’ in Novum issue June 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘From Protest to High-End’ in Novum issue August 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘If Anything is Possible, Nothing is Possible’ in Novum issue March 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); International Yearbook Communication Design 2020 / 2021 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ in Six Degrees of Separation – Excavated Stories from the Rotterdamsebaan (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Stimulating Research’ in Novum issue May 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘#What is Design?’ (Amsterdam: Dutch Design Daily); ‘Wolkenridders met reuzenfootprint’, in: iBestuur (Amsterdam: Sijthoff Media); ‘You Have to Be Part of It’ in Novum issue October 2020 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag)

2019: Acid Clouds (Amsterdam: Open! Platform for Art, Culture and the Public Domain); ‘Between Typo and Graphy’ in Novum issue April 2019 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Ghost Imaging’ in Novum issue December 2019 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘High on Letters’ in Novum issue November 2019 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); International Yearbook Communication Design 2019 / 2020 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); ‘Myspace to the Power of Ten’ in Novum issue October 2019 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Entgleist?’ in Die Politische Meinung (Bonn: Konrad Adenauer Foundation); ‘Learning Interconnectedness’ in Views from Above (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Render the World’ in Novum issue June 2019 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag)


2018: AGI New Members 2007–2017 (Berlin: Hesign); ‘Educational Vision’ in Mentality – No Style (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Form follows process follows form’ in designreport issue #1 (Frankfurt am Main: Rat für Formgebung); GCD Transmissions (London: Central Saint Martins); International Yearbook Communication Design 2018 / 2019 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); ‘A Learning Process Towards Models for Humanity’ in Models for Humanity (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Missing Links’, in: Form, issue November / December 2018 (Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Form); Models for Humanity (Munich: Novum); The Next Big Thing is Not a Thing (Amsterdam: Dutch Design Daily); ‘Ontwerpen voor menselijkheid’ in Wordt Vervolgd issue April 2018 (Amsterdam: Amnesty International); ‘Modernism with a smile’ in Novum issue November 2018 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); Other Voices, Other Views (Amsterdam: Open! Platform for Art, Culture and the Public Domain); ‘The Story Behind the Story’ in Novum issue February 2018 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘What designers living in a non-linear society can do’ in Axis issue October 2018 (Tokyo: AXIS Inc.); ‘The world should be black and white’ in Novum issue June 2018 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag)

2017: ‘Declaring Reason’ in Leeslint issue August 2017 (The Hague: Museum Meermanno); Declaring Reason – Imposed Arguments of Political Books (Amsterdam: Open! Platform for Art, Culture and the Public Domain); ‘Design in Bewegung’ in designreport issue #4 (Frankfurt am Main: Rat für Formgebung); ‘Exploring growth patterns’ in Novum issue July 2017 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); International Yearbook Communication Design 2017 / 2018 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); Kalenderboek (Groningen: Stichting Print); ‘The Netherlands 2016 Year of the Book Sheetlet’, in: Philateli-Graphics, issue April 2017 (Sunnyvale, California: Graphics Philately Association); Niels Schrader over papier (Amsterdam: Monsterkamer); ‘Returning to Democratic Thinking’ in Declaring Reason (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Roaming research’ in Novum issue Dezember 2017 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag)

2017 (continues): ‘A small-scale universe’ in Novum issue September 2017 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Typographic storytelling’ in Novum issue April 2017 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); Was verbindet die Welt? (Munich: Novum)

2016: Budget Dreams (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); ‘Digihypes en internetexhibitionisme’, in: Dude, issue winter 2015 / 2016 (Amsterdam: BNO); Even bellen met…, in:, issue 289 (Amsterdam: NRC Media); ‘Fluid borders’ in Novum issue October 2016 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); Grote Nederlandse Kunstkalender 2017 (Trichis Publishing: Rotterdam); ‘Information Ecology’, in: Slow Reader (Amsterdam: Valiz); International Yearbook Communication Design 2016 / 2017 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); Nederland in ideeën (Amsterdam: Dutch Design Daily); Op Zaal, in: Museumvisie, issue March 2016 (Amsterdam: Frame Publishers); Roosje Klap & Niels Schrader (Utrecht: Fontanel)

2015: Year of the Book honoured with book landscape on postage stamps (The Hague: National Library of the Netherlands); boom + (Amsterdam: Uitgeverij de Buitenkant); Die Motivation ist, etwas Bedeutungsvolles zu tun (Potsdam: Fachhochschule Potsdam); First Choice: Fourth Edition (Victoria: Images Publishing Group); In Graphics, Volume 8 (Berlin: Golden Section Graphics); International Yearbook Communication Design 2015 / 2016 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); New visual identity Robstolk (Amsterdam: Dutch Design Daily); ‘Open!’, in: Form, issue July / August 2015 (Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Form); ‘Sensatie! En hup, naar een nieuwe hype’, in: Trouw, issue 21752 (Amsterdam: De Persgroep Nederland); Tokyo TDC, Volume 25 (Tokyo: Azur Corporation)

2014: The Best Dutch Book Designs 2013 (Amsterdam: Stichting De Best Verzorgde Boeken); Grafist 18 – 18th Istanbul Graphic Design Week (Istanbul: Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts); Grote Amsterdamse Kunstkalender 2014 (Trichis Publishing: Rotterdam); International Yearbook Communication Design 2014 / 2015 (Essen: Red Dot Edition)


2014 (continues): Roosje Klap & Niels Schrader (Brno: International Biennial of Graphic Design); Supernew Supergraphics (London: Unit Editions); What’s Inside the Koffer? (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art)

2013: Solidarity or Solo – A Collection of Alternative Atlases of the European Union (Amsterdam: Open! Platform for Art, Culture and the Public Domain); Alumni Design – Aus Lehre und Forschung (Düsseldorf: Fachhochschule Düsseldorf); Attention Radar: How Political Trends Develop over Time (Leuven: Information Aesthetics Weblog); The Best Dutch Book Designs 2012 (Amsterdam: Stichting De Best Verzorgde Boeken); ‘Browsen statt lesen’, in: PAGE, issue January 2013 (Ulm: Ebner Verlag); Dieter Fuder – Der Funke der Semantik (Bramsche: Rasch-Verlag); Hyperbody – First Decade of Interactive Architecture (Amsterdam: Monsterkamer); ‘Graphic Design’, in: This is the school and the school is many things (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art); This is what we are / Is this what we are? (The Hague: Royal Academy of Art)

2012: ‘Flugbewegungen’, in: PAGE, issue August 2012 (Ulm: Ebner Verlag); International Yearbook Communication Design 2011 / 2012 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); One by One (Berlin: Hesign Publishing)

2011: ‘One is a fact, two is a story’, in: PAGE, issue February 2012 (Ulm: Ebner Verlag); Out of Ink (Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures); AGI – Alliance Graphique Internationale: German Members 1954 – 2011 (Berlin: Hesign Publishing); ‘The Stutter in Reading (Call for a New Quality of Reading)’, in: I Read Where I Am (Amsterdam: Valiz); International Yearbook Communication Design 2010 / 2011 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); iYou: Revealing the iPhone’s Hidden Usage Data Logs (Leuven: Information Aesthetics Weblog); ‘TextCompass’, Landfall – Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen (Heijningen: Jap Sam Books); ‘Je eigen zwarte doos’, in: Vrij Nederland (Amsterdam: Weekbladpers Tijdschriften)

2010: ‘Heartbeat Iran’, in: Items issue #3 (Amsterdam: Stichting Design Items); ‘Mind Design – Dutch Design Database’, in: Dutch Design Yearbook 2010 (Rotterdam: NAi Publishers); I Don’t Know Where I’m Going But I Want to Be There (Amsterdam: BIS Publishers); I Love Futura (Hong Kong: Viction:ary); Graphis 100 Best Annual Reports (New York: Graphis); Graphis Poster Annual 2010 (New York: Graphis); International Yearbook Communication Design 2009 / 2010 (Essen: Red Dot Edition); ‘Heartbeat Iran’ in Novum issue November 2010 (Munich: Stiebner Verlag); ‘Fusion of skills’, in: PAGE, issue November 2010 (Ulm: Ebner Verlag); ‘Iran neu lesen’, in: PAGE, issue April 2010 (Ulm: Ebner Verlag); ‘Mediale Aggregatzustände’, in: PAGE, issue January 2010 (Ulm: Ebner Verlag); ‘Data voor data’, in: Vrij Nederland, issue #24, (Amsterdam: Weekbladpers Tijdschriften)

2009: Alle grafische ontwerpen in digitale database, in: NRC Handelsblad, issue 12 August 2009 (Amsterdam: NRC Media); ‘Dutch Design Database by Niels Schrader and Erik Boldt’, in: Frame, issue November / December 2009 (Amsterdam: Frame Publishers); Tokyo TDC, Volume 20 (Tokyo: Azur Corporation)

2008: Chaumont International Poster and Graphic Design Festival (Paris: Pyramyd Éditions); ‘Niels Schrader by Aaf van Essen’, in: Masters of Rietveld (Amsterdam: All Media Foundation); Typography 29 (New York: HarperCollins Publishers)

2007: ‘<Anarchiv/>’, in: Na(ar) het theater – After theatre? (Amsterdam: Amsterdam School of the Arts); Annual Multimedia (Berlin: Walhalla Fachverlag)

2006: Graphis Poster Annual 2006 (New York: Graphis); Typography 27 (New York: HarperCollins Publishers)

2004: Hinterm Mond (Düsseldorf: University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf); iF yearbook communication 2004 (Basel: Birkhäuser); ‘Ästhetische Ader’, in: PAGE, issue October 2004 (Munich: Redted Publishing); Uwe Loesch & Students (Beijing: China Youth Press)

Workshop with Tanja Keilen at Museum De Paviljoens, Almere in August 2006. Niels Schrader (left) and Bert Kommerij (right) introducing the concept of iYou™ in De Balie, Amsterdam. – Photo by Edwin Deen