PART II: It was completely up to us what kind of medium we wanted to access to summarize all the input of the class. Our group found together quickly because the three of us thought it would make the most sense to write a book about it.
For our publication title we researched Old German terms. Terms like resurrection, recovery, return, rise up seemed to us the most meaningful, because many of these designers (and their work) were forgotten and are not mentioned in german history books.
URSTÄND Definition:
> Middle High German, late High High German primitive = resurrection,
to Old High German erstān = stand up, rise; rise again
The publication contains texts and photographs by: Lill Tschudi, Uta Barth, Gunta Stölzl, Sandra Döller, Julia Friese, Marianne Breslauer, Else Oppler-Legband, Elisabeth Friedländer, Marie Harder, Germaine Krull, Ulli Lust, Lotte Reiniger, Andrea Zittler, Margarete Jahny, Elisa Strozyk, Verena Gerlach, Barbara Schmidt, Gertrud Kleinhempel, Nina Lieven and Yva.
*in memory of those we could not mention.
Printed in: Europrint Berlin
Format: 180 mm x 237 mm
109 inside pages: Professional Silk 150 gr, painted surface
18 dividing pages: silver 135 gr, matt, inventory paper
Cover: silver, 350 gr
Binding: glue
Proofreading: Prof. Marion Godau and Moira Berit Joachim.
Authors of the texts: Rina Celina, Jill Elena Hamann, Ersan Tayat, Josephine Wolff, Elisabeth Delitzscher, Jo Swarzynska, Sandra Gratz, Lena Marie Weindinger, Andrea Biedermann, Jannis Feigl, Kalina Mateeva, Moira Berit Joachim and Jacqueline Röttger.
Editorial and Book Design: Rina Celina, Jill Hamann, Ersan Tayat.
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