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Vernissage CA Werkschau 2015

In Medias Res – Ten Photographic Narratives

Camera Arts invites!

Friday 19 June, 19.00

After three years of dedicated study, the first graduates of the BA programme “Visual Communication – Camera Arts” will present their BA degree project in a group exhibition exhibition at the Werkschau 2015, the annual show of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts – School of Art and Design.

Opening hours exhibition
19 – 28 June. Daily from 10.00 – 20.00

Location
Messe Luzern, Hall 4
Horwerstrasse 87, 6005 Lucerne Map
Travel from Lucerne station:
S4 / S7 Train or bus 20 to Messe/Allmend

Supporting programme to the CA exhibition :
CA PUBLIC! In Medias Res

Supporting programme to the Werkschau 2015:
HSLU website

 

 

 

 

Vernissage Werkschau 2015

In Medias Res

In medias res (Latin) translates as “in the middle of a narrative or plot“. This refers to a narrative. This refers to a narrative technique in which the reader or viewer is plunged into a crucial situation that is part of a related chain of events, or a larger story that progressively unravels.

This “plunging” attitude connects all the very first Camera Arts graduation projects at the Werkschau 2015. The photographers and visual storytellers invite the public into ten different situations, comprehending contemporary social issues with which we are all familiar: political and cultural conflicts, and ecological challenges nearby or far away – seemingly out of the range of our sight. The students developed their projects in Lucerne and in Switzerland, but also in South America, Asia and the websphere.

All projects embrace an expanded notion of the photographic medium. Embedded in the digital realm, photography has become an immense on- and offline playground in which images, moving image, text, sound and human interaction converge. Facing these unbound possibilities, the Camera Arts students felt encouraged to re-contextualise the realities with which they have engaged. By investigating the subject matter contextually, i.e., by collaborating with the people involved and articulating their observations, the initiators of these projects have propelled themselves into the midst of the stories, bringing together the subjects in the project, the audience, and their own selves, as authors.

 

Graduation projects

#sweetbaby #sweethome #sweetlife
Flurina Stuppan

Let’s Play Family
Monika Sigrist

Utopian Mullae-dong
Dario Lanfranconi

Unexposed
Kilian Bannwart

Copper Fields: Sourcing Glencore
Severin Bigler

“Vierzäh Täg hinterem Mond”: Recipes from my Grandmother’s Life
Meret Buser

Ting Bu Dong
Simon Zangger

Blinde Flecken
Raisa Durandi

Paradise Island
Thomas Egli

Where Every Day is a Holiday
Andrea Stalder

See projects

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