Jubilator, 2008
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Video output ball Video performance by Poly-Xelor: Luna Maurer & Roel Wouters, in collaboration with Kostya Leonenko
Infocus, 2007
1 / 8 website and publication (not published) for IN FOCUS - an ongoing project with international artists, whose work refers to the Middle East from their own cultural, social, historical and political contexts.

In collaboration with Jonathan Puckey and Roel Wouters.
Sandberg Instituut, 2007 In collaboration with Edo Paulus, programming server side: Jan van Bruggen, flyer in collaboration with Ian Brown.
The Accidental Tourist,
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International Design Class 2007 at the Samara State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Samara, Russia. June, 2007
This class was taught by Luna Maurer and Jonathan Puckey. The other participating teachers were Jeroen Bodewits, Katja Prins, Ine Lamers and Rob de Vree.
Students: Lena, Inna, Arina, Ana (Dimitrovsgrad), Dima (Dimitrovsgrad), Farida, Olga, Sveta, Tolik. All the students were from Samara except for Ana and Dima.

Before the start of the Summer School we had no idea how Russian students work and think. Because of this we tried to set up our part of the workshop in a way that staid close to our own personal interests and professional approach to design. We wanted to show them the way we work and think and let them decide what they find interesting and usable in their own work.

The workshop ended with the exhibition: The accidental tourist (see the series of posters announcing the exhibition)
The assignmet was to create a "tourist guide" to the city Samara and it had to be a series.
Four projects were developed in our class:

1. "Moscow Highway" by Lena, Inna, Arina (a series of bags)
White textile bags were thrown on the biggest street of Samara, the Moscow Highway, so they would be driven over by cars. De car tires functioned as a printing technique that created the patterns that emerged on the bags.

2. "What do you want to sell to a foreigner?" by Farida, Olga and Sveta (a performance, installation and book)
Farida, Olga and Sveta addressed the relation between the intimate, private and public in Samara. Their project investigated the tear-off advertisements that Samara is littered with. They asked passers-by in the city what they would like to sell to a foreigner and asked them to write it on a bed sheet with their phone number. They filmed this action and projected it on a bed sheet inside the exhibition. The completed sheets were hung in the back yard of the exhibition space.

3. "Contrasts in Samara" by Tolik (a d.i.y. guide)
Tolik was fascinated by the big contrasts in the city of Samara. He developed a kit consisting of stickers, instructions and a specially designed, empty booklet. Visitors were asked to take a walking tour and create compositions based on the views that Tolik had chosen. Some stickers referred to old Samara, and some referred to modern Samara. The visitor is free to decide how to make the compositions, but is forced to look at these differences because of the ingredients of the kit.

4. "Reflections of Samara" by Ana and Dima (a series of photos)
Ana and Dima developed a tool that they could use to create special images. They cut bottles of typical drinks in two and looked at the different reflective properties of the liquids. In the end they created a photo series of special locations and routs in the city of Samara reflected on Pepsi Cola, Samara beer, Kvas (a traditional Russian drink made with fermented bread) and pure water.

Link to this project:
Casco Website, 2006
1 / 5 website for Casco, Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht, The Netherlands. The current casco website is an update designed by Marije ten Brink.
Living Agenda, 2005
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Museum Het Domein, Stittard
Installation with tape on the floor/wall. The installation visualizes my agenda during the year 2005.
CO-OPs, 2006
1 / 10 website design for CO-OPs, Inter-territorial Explorations in Art and Science.
Graphic Design Bienale BRNO, 2006
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Poster variations
Poster design for exhibition 'Graphic Design in the White Cube' during the 22nd International Biennale of Graphic Design Brno 2006, June - October 2006. In collaboration with Jonathan Puckey.
Playtime, 2006
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Poster by Jonathan Puckey
Event at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Post CS. Students presented games and other forms of play that had been developed at the 'interaction design' course led by Luna Maurer and Roel Wouters, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. Ringmaster was Klaas Kuitenbrouwer.
RGB Play, 2006
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Workshop for children at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. In collaboration with Roel Wouters.
Voronoi Tool for Dinie Besems, 2006
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Voronoi pattern
Tool for Dinie Besems (jewellery-designer) that she uses as a base to develop a new jewellery collection with it.
Jetzt Now, 2005
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Publication for the 5th International Art Festival, Magdeburg (Germany) September 2005, Published by Valiz