Graphic designer, with an interest in networked publishing, collective practices and free software.
Relearn 2019 Dear Cultural Initiative, there is an Elephant in the Room (2019 -) Welcome to the � Federation (2018-2019) Trust <in> Formation Varia Curriculum: In the Beginning ... Was the Commandline (2018) What a website can be (2018) Algologs (2017) Algoliterary Encounters (2017) Relearn 2017 i-could-have-written-that (2016-2018) H.I.T. - an algorithmic gameshow (2016) i-will-tell-you-everything (2015) the Annotator (2015) Serving Simulations (2015)
Cyber/Technofeminist Cross-Reader, as part of the exhibition Computer Grrrls, Eindhoven (2019) Data Workers catalog, Mons, Belgium (2019) Cross Reading workshop, Computer Grrrls, Paris (2019) The Network We (de)Served, Special Issue of the Experimental Publishing master (XPUB) (2019) Cyber/Technofeminist Cross-Reader, as part of the exhibition Computer Grrrls, Paris (2019) Cyber/Technofeminist Cross-Reader, as part of the exhibition Computer Grrrls, Dortmund (2018) OuNuPo, Special Issue of the Experimental Publishing master (XPUB) (2018) Portfolio document, Het Nieuwe Instituut (2017) Beyond Social (2017 -) Species of Things (2017) AddWords (2016) Crowd Digging - de Nederlandse Cables, a project by Buro Jansen Janssen (2012, 2016) winterdagen.info (2014)
Manetta Berends (1989, NL) is a graphic designer working with various digital tools for reading and writing. She graduated from the BA in graphic design from ArtEZ Arnhem (2012) and the MA Media Design from the Piet Zwart Institute (2016). She is a member of Varia, a collective initiative around everyday technology and free software culture in Rotterdam. Since 2019 she teaches Digital Media at the Graphic Design department of ArtEZ in Arnhem.
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This website is using a self-made cms system written in PHP, HTML and jQuery. This framework is feeded with Markdown textfiles which are converted into HTML by using the PHP Markdown library and the Markdown Extra extension, developed by Michel Fortin. The jQuery library BlocksIt is used for the placing of the images.