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is a self-employed typographer and designer specializing in book design. Together with her partner Paul Gasser, she works with artists, curators and institutions around the globe. Katarina Schildgen and Paul Gasser developed the design for the book IMAGINE HUMAN RIGHTS – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration.
is a publication manager and archivist at the Viennese Secession, Senior Lecturer of Art History at Kunstuniversität Graz, Austria, a former visiting professor of Art History at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and works as a curator for renowned institutions and museums in Austria and abroad. Tina Lipsky has coordinated production for the book project IMAGINE HUMAN RIGHTS – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration.
Supported by decades of experience in communication and publishing, Paper Affairs works for the book project IMAGINE HUMAN RIGHTS – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration as a consultant for marketing and communication. With its sensitiveness for design and communication issues as well as its high demands on contents and creativity, the Vienna-based team has secured itself a niche in this field.