‘Yiddish Displayed’ is a cultural-typographic research project on the ancient language of Yiddish spoken by Jews across Europe. The project questions whether the contextual, cultural and historical bridge that Yiddish constitutes between the German and Hebrew worlds can also be reflected in the visual, typographical representation of the language.
Through graphic design tools, the book examines, displays, and experiments visual-typographical aspects of the language, alongside its linguistic features and serves as a physical outcome of the research.
Limited 300 copies edition, offset printed.
Self published, 2022
Softcover, 384 pages, 16 × 23 cm