After ten years of existence, the DOX Center for Contemporary Art is revamping its website to reflect how the Prague’s institution has changed – whether it be through a new DOX+ multifunctional building, a giant wooden airship named Gulliver or a new orientation and communication design from the world-class creative agency KesselsKramer. On the new website, we have followed up and created an online environment that is fully functional, but at the same time mysterious and full of questions – just as the experience of navigating the gallery complex by the architect Ivan Kroupa itself. Paths and approaches meet in details of individual events, a page with an overview of events and an explanation of the role of the center. The goal is a journey through contemporary art – on screen or without?


  • Client: DOX
  • Designer: Michael Dolejš
  • Cooperation: Breezy (web development), KesselsKramer (visual identity), Remembership (structure and analysis)
  • Font: GT Eesti Pro Display
  • Type: Web

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