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Klasse für Ideen at the 2019 Angewandte Festival

The exhibition includes a mural as well as works from Wurf/ No. 3 Mexico City and beyond. These were created during and after the trip as part of the cross-media semester project. So also the video installation "Tortilla Curtain", which visually and acoustically immerses visitors in the atmosphere of the megacity. There is also a film with interviews from the study trip. The posters and animations from the course by Ingmar Thies will be shown at the same time by our cooperation partner "Academia Mexicana de Creadividad" in Mexico City.

The exhibition includes a mural as well as works from Wurf/ No. 3 Mexico City and beyond. These were created during and after the trip as part of the cross-media semester project. So also the video installation "Tortilla Curtain", which visually and acoustically immerses visitors in the atmosphere of the megacity. There is also a film with interviews from the study trip. The posters and animations from the course by Ingmar Thies will be shown at the same time by our cooperation partner "Academia Mexicana de Creadividad" in Mexico City.

The highlight is the book presentation with scenic reading. Overall, an opportunity for interdisciplinary discourse for new creative positions is to be opened. Quite in the spirit of this year's leitmotif - openings.

Lecturers: Matthias Spaetgens, Uta Jugert, Anthony Guedes, Eva Buchheim, Ingmar Thies

Work by Julia Hofmann, Margareta Stern, Petra Holländer, Lenka Reschenbach, Lucia Quiqueran-Beajeu, Maxi Kreuter and Balázs Pusztai


Tortilla Curtain, video installation
Fraction, video
by Michael Plessl, Monika Dabrowska and Tobias Raschbacher


Cult in Mexico, posters and animations by
Monika Dabrowska, Katerina Dimitrova, David Gallo, Julia Hofmann, Petra Holländer Felix Ladinser, Coco Lobinger, Jakob Mayr, Katharina Mohn, Bastian Moosburger, Anna Nagy, Isabella Niessl, Johanna Philipp, Michael Plessl, Bernhard Poppe, Julia Presslauer, Ekaterina Protchenko, Balázs Pusztai, Lucia Quiqueran-Beaujeu, Tobias Raschbacher, Verena Repar, Lenka Reschenbach, Tessa Sima, Raffael Strasser, Kilian Wittmann, Stefanie Wurnitsch

Guided tour  "Walls & Caves"
June 25th & 26th, 4pm, meeting point Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz
A collaboration of the class for ideas and the class for painting & animated film

 

photograph: Michael Plessl and Ingmar Thies

angewandte © Grafik und Werbung
Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien
Univ.-Prof. Matthias Spaetgens

Klasse für Ideen at the 2019 Angewandte Festival

The exhibition includes a mural as well as works from Wurf/ No. 3 Mexico City and beyond. These were created during and after the trip as part of the cross-media semester project. So also the video installation "Tortilla Curtain", which visually and acoustically immerses visitors in the atmosphere of the megacity. There is also a film with interviews from the study trip. The posters and animations from the course by Ingmar Thies will be shown at the same time by our cooperation partner "Academia Mexicana de Creadividad" in Mexico City.

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angewandte © Grafik und Werbung
Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien
Univ.-Prof. Matthias Spaetgens