NODE is a Berlin and Oslo based design studio.
Year: 2010
Format: 14,5 × 21 cm
Client: Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin
Credits: NODE Berlin Oslo
Archive #10003

Visual artist Phil Collins’ project ‘Auto-Kino!’ transformed the Temporäre Kunsthalle into an indoor drive-in movie theatre. Together with Siniša Mitrovic, he presented a program of experimental art videos from the 1930s to the present time. Design elements included banners, posters, brochures and exhibition typography.

The Auto-Kino! poster laid the foundation for the visual identity of the project. We were asked to create a poster that makes reference to Polish movie posters as well as the history of drive-in movie theatres.

The Auto-Kino! book features combined stills from more than 100 titles by some 70 artists, surrounding the program and texts relating to the installation at Temporäre Kunsthalle. A perforation allows any page, including the cover, to be ripped out of the publication.

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