Sophie Rentien Lando
Graphic design, web development

at Espace Ness
with Émilie Ferrat and Julie Héneault

9 Passage Saint-Pierre Amelot, 75011 Paris
Andrius Arutiunian

website design, code

June 2021
Le Matrimoine

website design, code

July 2021

The Convent of Pleasure

Author: Margaret Cavendish
book, 10x15cm, 76 pages

November 2020

The Convent of Pleasure is a play written by Margaret Cavendish in 1668. The play is a comedy about noblewomen who choose to retreat to a convent to create their own community in order to avoid the constraints and pains of marriage and men. Lady Happy, the main protagonist, ponders the question of a radical alternative to marriage: “But why may not I love a woman with the same affection I could a man?” This book is a close reproduction of the first printed edition of the play, which was supervised and edited by hand by Cavendish.
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Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival

website code
i.c.w Estelle Vanmalle and Marcel Mrejen

September 2020
La Verrerie

website design, code
i.c.w Julie Héneault

September 2019

La Verrerie is an artistic summer cross-disciplinary residency contributing to the development of research and artistic creation. Located in a rural area in the French town of Continvoir, it brings together five artists and researchers around a subject every year.

Computers at Work
"About Women in Computing"

book, 8x12cm, 140 pages
cover by Émilie Ferrat

November 2019

Computers at Work presents an overview of the role women played in the building and shaping of the computing field from the 18th century to the present day. It aims to articulate in what way women’s systematic erasure from history has transformed computing from being perceived as “women’s work” to an industry that is largely hostile to them.
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for Moa Sjöstedt

website design, code
i.c.w Elina Birkehag

March 2019

De l'Ennui au Spectacle
"Surfaces et profondeurs d'une attention indocile"
par Salomé Burstein

book, 10.5 x 14.85 cm, 136 pages
i.c.w. Julie Héneault

June 2019

De l’Ennui au Spectacle is the result of a three-year research conducted by Salomé Burstein. At the crossroads of philosophy, social sciences and visual studies, it addresses the subject of boredom in regard to capitalism and entertainment culture and within an analysis of attention and spectatorship.
for Baptiste Penetticobra

website design, code

September 2018

Het Andere Dier, Het Archief, (t)huis

magazine, 16x24cm, 64 pages
i.c.w Alice Dhinaut


Simulacrum is a magazine for art and culture that serves as an accessible publication platform for students and experts from the field. Four issues are published each year, each issue focusing on a certain theme. The subjects are approached by different disciplines within the arts and cultural sciences, and placed in both a historical and contemporary perspective.

Amsterdam Research Institute
of the Arts and Sciences

identity, newsletter design, website design, code
i.c.w Elisabeth Rafstedt

February 2018

ARIAS is a research platform by the Amsterdam University of the Arts, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit. ARIAS enables intersections, encounters and collaborations between artistic research and research in the humanities, social sciences and the natural sciences.

Vice Versa (1945)
"America's Gayest Magazine"

Author: Lisa Ben
book, 20x25.8cm, 140 pages

June 2017

Vice Versa is the first known lesbian magazine in the world. Lisa Ben wrote, edited, printed and distributed the magazine for nine months in Los Angeles in the late 1940s. This publication gathers the nine issues she has published.
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for Marilou Poncin

website design, code

January 2018

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