Onomatopee is a publishing/presentation space based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, with a focus on visual culture.
Freek Lomme (Director): “Our projects are disseminated through exhibitions and publications that lie between discourse and dialogue, between contemporary material experiment in the visual range and demystification in visual culture, producing new symptoms and symbols of and for our environment.
Onomatopee’s publications are technically smart, with a well-balanced design and editing. Each publication presents the story concerned in a focused manner, making it a field of wonder and a domain for gaining knowledge that identifies a current aspect of visual culture.
Onomatopee playfully frames and manifests our progressive capacity to design culture. Architects, urban planners, graphic and spatial designers, cultural critics, marketers, artists, politicians and others willing to engage with the meaningfulness of designed culture, get together within a constructive sphere of nurturing and cultural citizenship to negotiate and establish our cultural future via design’s playful political practice.”
Onomatopee – exhibition space, bookshop and office
Willemstraat 27, Eindhoven