»Comparing apples
and oranges is my
daily bread.«

Juli Gudehus

now & soon

Until March 2020 the Oper Chemnitz will be performing »The Magic Flute« which includes, as part of the production design, my translations of the UN Declaration of Human Rights into my Icon Esperanto. This was a hard nut to crack, and proved far more difficult than the biblical creation story. Here I’ll tell you more about it.

I have developed a repertoire of different workshops, and in May, September and November, I will present two of these (»Good signs, bad signs« and »RTFM – on the design of user instructions«) at different locations in Munich, Gießen, and Leipzig. 

From the November 2019 until March 2020, the Museum für Druckkunst in Leipzig will be showing my »Genesis« as a gigantic puzzle. My gift wrap poster »Made In Heaven« will be on sale as part of the exhibition. The Gutenberg Museum in Mainz recently incorporated my »Genesis« into their graphic collection and will present ist together with other »Picture Bibles« until the end of 2019.

I am currently writing an essay on a topic that I dearly love, »collecting and sorting«, for a publication of the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim. And I am working regularly on this website, together with my husband Jörg Gudehus, who programs it, and with Joe Monaghan, dancer and Shakespeare specialist, who helps me with the english translations.