No-One Lives Here – FL@33’s hexagonal exhibition identity

FL@33 has created an identity system for an upcoming exhibition at the Royal College of Art – a 3D hexagon with ten triangles, each representing one of the ten artists featured in the show.

The hexagonal identity featuring ten triangles and five shapes
The hexagonal identity featuring ten triangles and five shapes

The consultancy has developed the system for the RCA Curating Contemporary Art course’s No One Lives Here show, which runs this month.

The show is divided into five themes – truth, space, data politics, narrative and object, each of which is also represented as one of five shapes in the main hexagon.

Key for the hexagonal image
Key for the hexagonal image

The hexagonal symbols are used throughout the exhibition, for example as individual tags next to the artists’ names or as hexagonal clusters.

The hexagonal shapes used as a graphic device
The hexagonal shapes used as a graphic device

The system is also used on other applications including the website and catalogue.

Catalogue cover
Catalogue cover

The website – also designed by FL@33, is based on a pinboard-style structure and features and artists section and a section for an ‘interactive documentary’ about the show.

No One Lives Here website
No One Lives Here website
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