Stoodio Santiago da Silva +49 (0)30 627 297 27 mail at santiagodasilva dot com

Stoodio Santiago da Silva works on book design, printed/digital matter, communication, and display systems within the cultural and contemporary art context. During the last 10 years, the stoodio’s production has grown based on research, experimentation and dialogue, leading to a varied visual vocabulary. The work continues to develop informed by the context of each project.

The studio’s infrastructure is based on an extended network of fellow designers, editors, press agents, etc. Since 2021, independent designer Ana Cecilia Breña has run the stoodio together with Santiago da Silva, personally taking care of all projects.

 

Current stoodio collaborators:
Mona Mayer, So-Hyun Bae, Moritz Appich

Recent stoodio partnerships:
Sean Yendrys, Julia Novitch, Manuel Raeder, Mark Soo, Maru Calva (Proyectos Ninguem)

 

Santiago da Silva is the co-founder and editor (together with Malte Roloff) of Object Notes, a platform for investigating the notions of handcraft and labor in contemporary art and design.

We are always happy to receive internship requests, review portfolios and submissions for collaboration.

Work in progress:

Deutsches Historisches Museum: Design for the temporary exhibitions in 2022

– Monograph of Evelyn Taocheng Wang, edited by Eva Birckenstock

– Rosemary Mayer, Ways of Attaching. Graphic design for the publication accompanying the exhibition

– Hasta que los cantos broten. Publication accompanying the Mexican Pavillion at the Biennale di Venezia, 2022. Design in collaboration with Maru Calva.

– Exhibition graphic design for Spore Initiative, Berlin.

– The first monograph of the work of artist Ann Noel

– Book design of The History of Latin American Exhibitions (working title), edited by Alejandro Cesarco and Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy

– Iman Issa, publication for the show at Taxispalais Kunsthalle Tirol

– Book design for OMNIBUS: 10 Years of Kinderhook & Caracas

– LO QUE LA MINA TE DA, LA MINA TE QUITA. Publication edited by Ana Alenso