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Mexico is the shit?

„The picture was taken somewhere in Mexico on the penultimate evening of our trip. A coincidental event, nothing more. Nobody knew that this picture would land on the cover of our book and nobody suspected at the time the discussions that the picture would trigger in our class. (...) Wurf / No. 3 Mexico City is a medium of reflection. It does not say "Mexico is the shit". On this book is a picture of a jacket. A jacket with a crude statement. A statement that was questioned and discussed in many ways by the students in 22 personal contributions.“ (Dominika Huber)

„The picture was taken somewhere in Mexico on the penultimate evening of our trip. A coincidental event, nothing more. Nobody knew that this picture would land on the cover of our book and nobody suspected at the time the discussions that the picture would trigger in our class. (...) Wurf / No. 3 Mexico City is a medium of reflection. It does not say "Mexico is the shit". On this book is a picture of a jacket. A jacket with a crude statement. A statement that was questioned and discussed in many ways by the students in 22 personal contributions.“ (Dominika Huber)

Wurf/ Nr.3 Mexico City negotiates emotional and cognitive access to topics that arised in connection with the study trip to Mexico City. Some oft the texts and images initiated on the trip form the basis for the articles in the book. The writing workshop in Mexico City was a first offer for the students to think together experience and subjective view of the city.
Lecturer: Uta Jugert

Contributions from Angelika Kessler, Bastian Moosburger, Balazs Pusztai, Bella Nießl, Bernhard Poppe, Corinna Lobinger, Dominika Huber, Franz Mühringer, Gerald Geier, Julia Hofmann, Julia Presslauer, Katerina Dimitrova, Katharina Mohn, Ekaterina Protchenko, Lenka Reschenbach, Lucia Quiqueran-Beajeu, Margareta Stern, Martin Klaffensteiner, Maximilian Kreuter, Michael Niedermair, Monika Dabrowska, Nora Delugan, Petra Holländer and Tobias Raschbacher


Wurf/ Nr.3 Mexico City, 248 pages
Art direction: David Gallo und Bastian Moosburger
Covermotiv: Dominika Huber

 

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Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien
Univ.-Prof. Matthias Spaetgens

Mexico is the shit?

„The picture was taken somewhere in Mexico on the penultimate evening of our trip. A coincidental event, nothing more. Nobody knew that this picture would land on the cover of our book and nobody suspected at the time the discussions that the picture would trigger in our class. (...) Wurf / No. 3 Mexico City is a medium of reflection. It does not say "Mexico is the shit". On this book is a picture of a jacket. A jacket with a crude statement. A statement that was questioned and discussed in many ways by the students in 22 personal contributions.“ (Dominika Huber)

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