The Sound of Lisbon-Porto Carthography
Prof. Hartmut Jahn & Prof. Dr. Paulo Ferreira-Lopes
Urbanism between Wealth, Poverty, Gentrification and Tourism
A joint production of the courses Sound Design and Film Directing at the unit of Time Based Media / Zeitbasierte Medien (B.A. / M.A.) Hochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with Escola das Artes Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Porto supported by Institute for Media Design – img, Mainz School of Design, DAAD – German Academic Exchange Service
Format: 108 Pages, Colour, Hardcover
Language: EN / PT
Format: 124 Pages, Colour, pdf
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Gutenberg goes Media – Writing and poetry in motion
Prof. Anja Stöffler & Prof. Ralf Dringenberg
We proudly present: “Gutenberg goes Media. Schrift und Poesie in Bewegung” – the German eBook on MOTYF 2016, with selected texts on the symposium, the exhibition and the poetry events, as well as additional scientific and above all artistic contributions. In addition to texts and illustrations, the book contains numerous videos that were specially created for this publication. An English-language eBook will also be available soon.
Type of publication: eBook
Technical requirements: Multimedia eBook in EPUB3 format for playback on mobile devices (iOS via iBooks, Android via Adobe© Digital Editions), notebooks and desktops (Mac OS via iBooks, OS Win via Adobe© Digital Editions, Readium)
Version 1: Compact version, 50MB (an Internet connection is required to play multimedia data)
Version 2: Normal version, 450MB (most of the multimedia data can also be played offline)
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Shopping in the Middle Ages – in a department store in Mainz
Prof. Hartmut Jahn & Dr. Elmar Rettinger
Presented in the new form of the media book – with text and numerous images, enhanced with 3D animations, music and additional information. New insights into medieval urban and economic history. Large department stores are not an invention of the modern age – they already existed over 600 years ago. A true shopping paradise was housed within the walls of medieval Mainz in the Kaufhaus am Brand department store near the cathedral. The sources tell of a varied range of goods. Exotic spices, fish, wool, soap and much more were traded and bargained for. People not only bought what they needed for their daily lives, but also took advantage of the wide range of luxury goods from faraway countries. The illustrated non-fiction book, enriched with media content, answers questions: What did the medieval department store look like? How exactly did the wholesale trade in the Mainz department store work? Who set the prices, supervised the law and the law in the sale?
It surprises with a document that is unique in German economic history: the Mainz department store regulations from the middle of the 15th century.
Mainz: Nünnerich-Asmus publishing house 2013.
Type: 144 pages, 80 illustrations. 21,5 x 23,5 cm. Hardcover.
Price: € 29,90 (D)
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Moving Types – Letters in motion.
A retrospective from the beginnings of film until today.
Prof. Anja Stöffler, Prof. Ralf Dringenberg & Dr. Annette Ludwig
First augmented exhibition catalogue with ‘built-in cinema’
Moving Types – Letters in Motion’ reflected the use of ‘writing on the move’ from the beginnings of film to the present day, in which mobile media systems are transforming the design and reading of writing into a completely new, mobile, networked, multi-sensory exchange of information. In a retrospective over 300 historical and current media formats will be presented by international artists, filmmakers and designers, including Muriel Cooper, Paul Jeffrey Sharits, Étienne Robial, Ludovic Houplain, Gary Hill, David Small, Alex Gopher and Matthias Zentner. The catalogue presents, among other things, the artistic habillages of the ARTE theme nights, music videos from Bob Dylan to Soko, station logos of ARTE, Al Jazeera, RTL and the historical MTV Idents, the colourful brand world of the Oscar-winning short film “Logorama” or the advertising worlds from Mercedes to Nike. As an exhibition catalogue with “built-in cinema”, ‘Moving Types’ itself writes a piece of media history. More than 80 film clips are made accessible to the reader by means of a QR code via a proprietary Moving Types APP (IOS/Android).
Type: Softcover, 144 pages.
Contents: including over 80 integrated font films
Year: 2nd, adult edition Mainz 2013 (1st edition Mainz 2011, out of print)
Pages: 132 pages, Softcover
Price: 23,95 Euro plus postage
MOTYF 2013 & 2014 International Students’ Moving Type Festival –
“Type in Music. The Rhythm of Letters.”
Prof. Ewa Satalecka, Prof. Ralf Dringenberg & Prof. Anja Stöffler
The publication serves to documentation of the first international scientific conference, which took place in the framework of the German-Polish cooperation. With more than 240 pages, knowledge about education in the field of moving typography is conveyed.
Pages: 227 pages (booklet)
Price: 15,95 Euro plus postage
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The new Owners of the Berlin Wall
An Exhibition by Prof. Hartmut Jahn
Sound-Design: Lutz Glandien
Concept and Realization: Hartmut Jahn
Management: PANTA Filmproduktion Berlin
The project was made possible with funding from
Foundation for the Study of the SED Dictatorship, DEFA Foundation
The exhibition “The New Owners of the Berlin Wall – panoramic photographs by Hartmut Jahn” in Berlin from Nov. 6th 2009 until Dec. 3rd. 2009 was an event organized by the German Federal Foreign Office.
Published by Institute for Media Design, University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Prof. Hartmut Jahn
Design: Veruschka Götz [T616]/ Moritz Horn
Translation: Stephanie Rhinehart, Philip Glandien
Paper: Claro Silk 150g/m2
Printed by Druck Center Berlin
Cover USA, CALIFORNIA, SIMI VALLEY 34° 16′ N 118° 44′ W, The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
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