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REDO is a three-day event in Prishtina that brings together a network of international designers in an effort to stimulate the current state of graphic design in Kosovo by addressing various local and international issues through the practice of graphic design.

The conference comprises of a series of talks that will focus on: engaging practices, international tendencies, unconventional ideas and processes, panel discussions, theoretical analysis, and workshops with an emphasis in local and international occurrences.

In its third edition, the conference will engage in a series of walks exploring the city through the streets as well as the locations where the lectures take place. Moving from one building to another, we will be marching together, bringing the conference closer to the city as a playful territory. REDO will establish a direct interaction with the city and the context for the lectures that take place within it.


Gregor Huber & Ivan Sterzinger (CH)
Linda van Deursen (NL)
Our Polite Society (SE/NL)
Stefan Marx (DE)
Angry Youth (RKS)


National Library of Kosovo
Modelarium – Faculty of Architecture, University of Prishtina
Tetris – Space for Manipulation
Hamam Jazz Bar
Mhz Club


€10 for the full conference.
Tickets can be purchased at Dit e Nat (Prishtina) & Tingle Tangle (Prishtina).
For reservations, send an email to with your name and surname.


FRIDAY 22.11.2013

22:00 — 02:00
Location: MHz Bar

SATURDAY 23.11.2013

14:30 — 15:30
Location: Modelarium — Faculty of Architecture

15:40 — 16:40
Location: Modelarium — Faculty of Architecture

21:00 — 00:00
Location: Tetris

SUNDAY 24.11.2013

14:30 — 15:30
Location: National Library

15:40 — 16:40
Workshop Presentation
Lokacioni: National Library

22:00 — 02:00
Location: Hamam Jazz Bar

15 Participants
Friday — Saturday 22-24. 11. 2013)
Closed for audience
Location: veneramustafa STUDIO

GETTING TO PRISHTINA (to Prishtina Airport) (to Skopje Airport)


Hostel Han
The White Tree
The Buffalo Backpackers
Hotel Sirius


Conference Team
Nita Salihu, Valon Sopi, Yll Rugova, Albian Gagica, Vigan Hoxha, Arian Rexhepi, Agon Ceta, Bardhi Haliti.

Programme Curated by
Bardhi Haliti

Project Coordinator
Vigan Hoxha

Printed Matter
Nita Salihu, Albian Gagica, Bardhi Haliti.

Web Design
Bardhi Haliti

Walking Animation
Menelaos Kouroudis

Web Engineering
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Supported by
Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport, Kosovo
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kosovo
Embassy of Switzerland, Prishtina
Limak Kosovo
"Une e Du Kosoven" Foundation
MDA – Management & Development Associates
IPKO Foundation

National Library of Kosovo
Modelarium — Faculty of Architecture, University of Prishtina
Tetris — Space for Manipulation
veneramustafa Studio
Hamam Jazz Bar
Mhz Club



Redo Design Conference
Fazli Grajçevci 6/II
Prishtina 10000
Republic of Kosovo
+386 49 278 299


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Gregor Huber and Ivan Sterzinger live and work in Zurich. Gregor studied history and art history at the University of Zurich majoring in Media Arts at the Zurich University of the Arts, whilst Ivan studied psychology, journalism and art history, majoring at the University of Zurich. They met in a Record Store in the late 90s and collaborating since then.

Since twelve years they run Studio Glashaus and combine their interest in both cultural science and graphic design.

Since 2007 they are responsible for content and design of Fabrikzeitung, an experimental magazine for politics, arts and pop-culture. Over the years they designed over 50 issues including various collaborations with different institiutions, schools, artists and writers. In 2012 they released "Modes of Practice” a collection of special issues devoted to modes of artistic practice including six issues about six specific artistic strategies (Cut-Up, Destruction, Alter-Egos, Dreaming etc.)

In 2005 they started Rap History, a continuous project, exploring Rap as a pop-cultural phenomenon. The series includes parties, lectures, mixtapes and publications. It started in Zurich and is now running in Berlin, Warsaw, Basel, Bern, etc.

In 2009 Cornel Windlin invited them to collaborate on the Zurich Schauspielhaus Project. Together with Cornel Windlin, they developed concept and identity for the Zurich based Theatre.

Most recently they designed Identity and Poster Campaign for the Exhibtion "Talk to the Hand” in Zurich based Contemporary Art Museum Helmhaus and work on the conception of a new book series about "Digital Culture” published by Migros Kulturprozent. At the moment they are giving a Workshop at HfG Karlsruhe about "The City of Detroit and the Roots of Techno”, collaborating with Robert Johnson Club in Frankfurt.

In 2008, 2009 and 2012 they received the Swiss Federal Award for Design. Their works have been exhibited internationally.

Gregor Huber & Ivan Sterzinger (CH)

Gregor Huber & Ivan Sterzinger
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Stefan Marx (1979 in Schwalmstadt, Germany) is a Hamburg based artist. In 1995 he set up his own T-Shirt Label "The Lousy Livincompany", a platform for his drawings published on T-Shirts. Since then he has worked for numerous Skateboard & T-Shirt Labels worldwide.

His work has been exhibited internationally and has received awards and prizes including the Lichtwark grand and a Grand for young arts in Hamburg. His book "85 Zeichnungen" (Rollo-Press) got selected as one of the Most Beautiful Swiss Books in 2009. His artist books are published by Nieves Books, Rollo-Press, and Christoph Keller Editions/JRP Ringier — beside these releases he publishes regulary by himself.

All Smallville Records releases are visually defined by Marx‘ drawings. Smallville Records is also the label of his band "The Dead Sea". He has lectured widely in Germany and currently teaches Drawing at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. Marx graduated at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, focused on Typography and Cultural Studies & Communication Theories.

Stefan Marx (DE)

Stefan Marx
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Linda van Deursen lives and works in Amsterdam, where she and Armand Mevis began their collaboration after graduating from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 1986. They have been influential in the development of contemporary Dutch design and are known for their intelligent and innovative work for cultural clients.

They have produced identities for Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, for Dutch fashion designers Viktor & Rolf and recently for the The Temporary Stedelijk as well as the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

Next to that they have designed numerous books for artists such as Carlos Amorales, Aglaia Konrad and Ryan Gander and photographers Geert van Kesteren and Rineke Dijkstra.

They also made exhibition catalogues for the Venice Architectural Biennial 2010, for "In and Out of Amsterdam" at the MoMA New York. Their work has been shown in museums and educational institutions throughout the world. Their long and prolific collaboration has been documented in the book Recollected Work: Mevis & Van Deursen, published by Artimo in 2005.

Linda van Deursen serves as head of the graphic design department at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam since 2003 where she also teaches. She was appointed critic in graphic design at Yale School of Art in 2005.

Linda van Deursen (NL)

Linda van Deursen
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Our Polite Society is a graphic design studio based in Amsterdam/The Netherlands and Stockholm/Sweden, formed in 2008 by Jens Schildt (SE) and Matthias Kreutzer (D). In close collaboration with our clients and with a passionate interest in typography, structure, and method, we design graphic identities, books, magazines, posters, exhibitions, record sleeves, websites and more. Jens is currently teaching at Konstfack University, Nyckelviksskolan and Grafikskolan in Stockholm, Matthias is teaching in the foundation year of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam and is visiting professor at the University of Fine Arts in Saarbrücken/Germany.

Our Polite Society (SE/NL)

Our Polite Society
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Kosovo’s Angry Youth is a collective of artists limited in neither their vision nor disciplines. Spanning across a vast expanse of mediums within the audio/visual fields of animation, design, illustration, music, street art, fine arts and writing, Angry Youth aims to fill an aesthetic and cultural void they find themselves situated in. The twelve members bring diversity in their voices and experiences while still maintaining a point of convergence at which a coherent and common vision is shared: the creation of that which there is both a lack for and hunger of.

Angry Youth is Zgjim Elshani, Lum Ceku (Greywan), Brilant Pireva (AKU), Yll Xhaferi, Gëzim Ramizi (XAX), Ari Maliqi (Mute), Alban Telaku (Noyd), Taulant Bytyqi, Hana J. Zeqa, Tomor Pllana, Astrida Breca, Eka.

Angry Youth (RKS)

Angry Youth

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