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Exhibition: Female Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins

Proud to be part of the upcoming exhibition: 100 YEARS OF GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION BY WOMEN AT CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS from 16 February – 23 March 2016…

With SINT LUKAS at Fotomuseum Antwerp

The Fotomuseum Antwerp is always aiming to further improve their visitors experience. For fresh input, they invited students from the Media and Information Design MA of Sint…

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WT Toulouse Forum Foto A. Fitz

Notes from We-Traders Forums

Everybody is talking about the crisis, but how is it actually manifested? Have cities changed? Where do We-Traders come from and what unites them? And…

We-Traders. Swapping Crisis for City

This exciting new project is currently being developed by the Goethe-Institute, brilliant Vienna based curator/author Angelika Fitz and myself. It connects initiatives by artists, designers, activists and…

city planning as pastime

„Children live in cities and they won´t get out of them“, says Alf Howlid from Norsk Form. For most of them, the city starts on the other side of their apartment door. Beyond this threshold lies an outside which is perceived as slightly threatening and out of their control. Children do not think of the city as flexible, not as something that can be shaped by them. Yet, according to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, children are “entitled to have a say in matters affecting their social, economic, religious, cultural and political life“, which applies no doubt to city planning. So, what tools do we need to get them involved?

editorial team of Arbeitende Orte

the working book

Technology has changed the places where people work. Or rather, technology has enabled people to work in other places than at a desk in an…

scenographic field studies

Find the most auratic object in the museum and make a sketch of the way it is presented.  

showing Wilhelm

How to exhibit literature or more specifically Goethe’s famous coming-of-age novel ‘Wilhelm Meister’ ? That was the question put to seven renowned exhibition makers at…