A zine on the subject of eavesdrop was published to accompany the show. Nancy Kricorian, Ray Patrick Colgan, Kristen Meyers, Sherry Parnes, Chris Lyons, and Janet Thomae Higdon contributed.
Glen Cummings & Adam Michaels
Dawn Lundy Martin
Lisa Lynn Moore
Deborah M. Poe
Cindy St. John
A show of writing, lettering, typography, and/or art by graphic designers, artists, poets, and/or writers.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Northern–Southern published a zine pairing contemporary poets with typographic designers.
CLAW (Chris Lyons & Alan Watts)
BUTTONS was a show of interactive sculptures and objects designed to be pushed. Critical and playful, pieces combined the lowest and highest of techs.
CLAW constructed a custom box to play a set of a compilation of button sounds by The Octopus Project, The Wrens, Jim Eno, Cookies, connect_icut, Katie Porter, Deison/Mingle, Philippe Petit, Vin Vinturella, and Sound Machine.
David R Head Jr
Marie Hejl Saba
Peelander-Yellow (Kengo Hioki)
Tae Won Yu
Tanya Newton John
A show of art and design on an elusive goal, happiness. Pieces ranged from the quiet and nostalgic to the effervescent and immediate.
Chris Lyons & Alan Watts (C.L.A.W.)
Mary Becky Cortez
The first show at the 1800 Koenig space was LUCK, an inquiry into the nature, culture, and experience of fortune.