novembre 29th, 2013
To mark World AIDS day 2013, Magnum Photos and The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, in partnership with AIDS-Fondet, MSF Denmark and Danida, launched the world renowned photographic exhibition « Access to Life » in Copenhagen on 28th November.
It will be the 11th showing Access to Life which has been shown in numerous capitals worldwide. The exhibition is displayed at Øksnehallen, a destination for arts and photography in Denmark’s capital city.
Pio Studio is glad to have been part of that great project by designing the graphic identity of the Copenhagen exhibition.
Michael Gylling Nielsen, Director MSF Denmark and Henriette Laursen, Director AIDS-Fondet
- design of the entrance banner
Speech of Rasmus Herlev Petersen, Minister for Development Cooperation
- design of the speech backdrop
Christoph Benn, Director of External Relations at The Global Fund presents the exhibition to HRH Princess Marie
- design of all the text pannels
The singer Thomas Buttenschøn
- design of the event program
photos credit : Uffe Weng
novembre 25th, 2013
We are proud to annonce that after mounths of work on the visual identity of the photo exhibition Access to Life, we are now in the installation process at Øksnehallen.
The exhibition was created by The Global Fund and Magnum Photos and presents stories of people living with AIDS in ten countries, at the beginning of their treatment, and four months later.
Access to Life in Copenhagen is realised in partnership with AIDS-Fondet, Læger uden Grænse (MSF) and Danida.
décembre 16th, 2011
In response to the Occupy Wall Street movement, Storefront for Art and Architecture launched a Call for Ideas entitled Strategies for Public Occupation which invited submissions from architects, artists and citizens at large to offer their ideas for enabling acts of communication and action between the civil society and the structures of economic and political power.
My proposal, The Wire Island, was exhibited in New York City in december 2011.
"Forget about the waiting lines and give a new purpose to shopping trolleys. Borrow one of those from any large supermarket. Fill it with whatever you need for a few days (or weeks) of outdoor demonstration, grab a small locker, and gather with others in a public space of your choice. Tied your trolley with your locker to one other and began to design The Wire Island.
The Wire Island – made of old-consumer-world icon – draws the new symbol of harmony in public space. The Wire Island is modular and can fit any public space. Several rings can be put together in many different ways depending of your needs : one big ring, one ring in a bigger one, many different rings linked to each other to create a long line, a circle…
Very easy to set up, The Wire Island is very hard to unmake without the lockers keys. It can protect you from any charges. Police can only make it roll! Jump on your trolley as when you were a kid and began an endless waltz with authority forces. (Warning: Never show off with The Wire Island on top of a cliff!)"
photo credit : Hugo Couvry