The "Manifesto Series" of discussions presented by the Storefront of Art and Architecture in New York invites artists, architects, critics and historians to participate in a spirited exchange of ideas about architecture. Established in 2010, the ongoing series is one of Storefront's signature programs and reinvents the manifesto form as a way to develop and encourage new thinking in short, concise events with a polemical context.
Natasha Jen and her team have designed a new series of books based on the talks. Issued by Storefront in partnership with Lars Muller Publishers, the first two titles in the series are 01: Formless and 02: Double, with more to follow. Jen's design for the series captures the immediacy and inventiveness of the talks with a dynamic format that rethinks the structure of the book as an object.