Nils Reinke-Dieker works out visual languages on the border of graphic and spatial design with NLF Team.

For example the manual in Neolithic Childhood – Art in a False Present, c. 1930 at the HKW Berlin concentrates all the background information, in order to give the visitor as much independency as possible in his visit of the exhibition.

In Local Histories at the Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin the graphic design references the layout of newspapers and points out the print products in the exhibition.

The writers search for dealing with a tragedy in Re:assembling Emotional Labor: On the Politics of Care is reflected in five individual typographic approaches.

And 2 1/2 seating areas in the Galerie der Gegenwart der Hamburger Kunsthalle assert themselves as meeting points without stealing the show of the exhibited artworks, to name just a few examples of our work by NLF Team.

Besides our studio works, the site-specific sound piece Don't Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder) questions the boundaries of audioguides in exhibition contexts in form of an auditive drama. ‘You want certainty, so here it comes.’ On display at the graduate show at HFBK Hamburg in room 332.. With Matthias Schubert (sound design), Josefine Israel (female narrator) and Hans-Joachim Lenger (male narrator).

How does the parrot get fresh air? (1)/(2) A cooperation between DIE ZEIT and Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung. Published in the section ‘Z’ in DIE ZEIT No. 42. Design with Anna-Maria Resei.

The redesign of the foyer in Kunsthaus Hamburg creates a connection between exhibition and public space. To register your event call +49 (0)40 335 803. Design with Frieder Bohaumilitzky, Sören Gerhardt, Liez Müller, Johannes Schlüter and Larissa Starke.

Including key projects, scholarly essays, and significant historical texts, Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung—Public Design Support 2011–2016 chronicles the methods, projects, and problems of the first five years of Public Design Support. Editing mit Jesko Fezer, Fynn-Morten Heyer und Julia Mummenhoff. Published by Sternberg Press.

The gallery of HFBK Hamburg was converted to an interdisciplinary venue for one semester. Since 2016 the use of the airport display panel is open for any kind of event in context of the art school. Accessible to all students and professors via the website hfbk.flights. Initiation with Fynn-Morten Heyer, Laslo Strong and Nuriye Tohermes.