exhibition leaflets | posters

Storey Gallery  |  2010 – ongoing
for various shows (including TINA, Uncertainty in the City, ...) at Storey Gallery.

open studios leaflets

ACAVA  |  August 2010 – ongoing
This open studio leaflet reveals part of its content when received, the artists however are only fully 'revealed' once unfolded, framed by the A of ACAVA.

exhibition invites | leaflets

The Drawing Room  |  2003 – ongoing
Each Drawing Room show includes different artists and is based on a different curatorial concept. Marit therefore develops a new identity for each of the exhibitions based on the curatorial concept and the artist(s) work.

leaflet | poster

artschool uk  |  October 2009
This self-enveloping leaflet / poster is printed on extremely thin paper. The poster side is thus highlighting a subtext in the first-to-see context of the information on the other side of the leaflet.


Harvard University | Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures  |  August 2009
Marit was asked to redesign the booklet for the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. Titles and page numbers are displayed in english, german
and swedish to underline the multilingual focus of the department.

poster / ads

Littoral Arts Trust  |  May 2009
for the Merzdorf exhibition in the Royal College of Art, London.

open studios leaflets

ACAVA  |  2005 – 2009

exhibitions invites

Monika Bobinska  |  2007 – ongoing
for various shows (including James Brooks, Adam King, Peter Lamb, Jost Mόnster, DJ Roberts, Greg Rook, Lalie Schewadron, ...) at Monika Bobinska gallery.

Biennial Fundraiser invites

The Drawing Room  |  2004 – ongoing

exhibition booklet

nous gallery  |  November 2008
The cover for the Border Lines exhibition booklet shows cut slices of the different texts by
the nine exhibiting artists. Inside the booklet – based on the grid created by the invite / cover
– the texts take on different widths while the titles, subtitles and authors border on each other.

exhibition booklet

nous gallery  |  September 2008
The invite and the cover for the Architecture of Media show brings together diagrammatic illustrations of the structural spatial elements of each of the projects by the nine exhibiting artists / architects. These diagrammatic illustrations later reappear on the pages of the individual projects.

comment art map

Contemporary Art Projects  |  2005 – 2007


Monika Bobinska  |  2006 – ongoing
for various artists (including James Brooks, Adam King, D J Roberts) represented by Monika Bobinska gallery.


Littoral Arts Trust  |  2005 – ongoing
for various Kurt Schwitters conferences and fund-raisers organised by the Littoral Arts Trust.


Tate  |  May 2003 – October 2005
for Tate Britan's art now program, which included shows by Nigel Cooke, Enrico David, Roger Hiorns, Ian Kier, David Musgrave, Jimmy Robert / Ian White, Muntean / Rosenblum and Mark Titchner amongst others.

Bag For Life | Anya Gallaccio

Anya Gallaccio  |  August 2005
Sainsbury's and Arts Council England commissioned Anya Gallaccio to submit proposals
for a reusable shopping bag to promote the use of environmentally friendly carrier bags and provide original art for people to take home. The first image shows the produced bag and
winning competition proposal, the other images show further roughs. Designed in collaboration with the artist.

leaflet | Amy Plant

The Drawing Room  |  August 2003
The artist Amy Plant investigated the use of drawing in Southwark to reveal how drawings are made and used in everyday life. This long concertina visually connects the drawings found with the stories told in the trajectory of Amy's journey. Designed in collaboration with the artist.

cards | Caroline Bergvall

Caroline Bergvall  |  February 2003
Poet and writer Caroline Bergvall was commissioned by Spacex Gallery to make a new piece for the Homeland Festival in Exeter, a festival to raise the voice of the culturally diverse arts in Britain. Her project was to record answers to questionnaires on numbers, numerical games and symbolic patterns. The cards Marit designed were used as a trigger to stimulate reactions from different visitors. Each card shows a different understandings of the numbers 1 to 10 expressed in a typographic manner.