Julia Stoschek Collection

Published by Tim on Tuesday March 16, 2021

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:07

The Julia Stoschek Collection is one of the most important international private archives of contemporary art.

Together with Studio von Monkiewitsch from Cologne, I planned and coordinated the design and technical implementation of Julia Stoschek’s digital video art archive over a period of more than two years. I was the link between the client, the design team and the development team.

The website was basically planned as a single-page application to interactively reproduce the mechanics of archive cabinets. This required an intensive research phase of several weeks to clarify to what extent a modern web browser can be used across platforms for the unusual user interface.

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