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Exhibition Emmenbrücke Genius Loci #5

Vernissage 31 March 2017

Exhibition
31 March – 9 April 2017

Camera Arts
Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts – School of Art and Design

Location:
Building 745, Viscosistadt, Ground floor
Nylsuisseplatz 1, 6020 Emmenbrücke
Train S1, S9 from / to Lucerne main station to Emmenbrücke, 5 min.
Bus 2 from / to Lucerne main station to Emmenbrücke, 15 min.
Map

5 min. walk from Emmenbrücke station to building 745.

 

Vernissage
Friday 31 March, 17.30
Introduction by Urs Stahel

Urs Stahel

Urs Stahel is the Founder of Fotomuseum Winterthur, former Director and Curator, he is now a freelance Writer, Curator, Lecturer and Consultant. Curator of MAST – Manufattura di Arti, Seperimentazione e Tecnologia in Bologna, consultant of the MAST collection of industrial photography, Lecturer at the Art Academy in Zurich and guest professor at University of Zurich.

The Emmenbrücke Genius Loci project is coached by senior lecturers Andrea Diefenbach and Lukas Einsele and supported by Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah.

Projects Emmenbrücke Genius Loci:

Design: Kim Jonas Meier, 2017

Emmenbrücke Genius Loci #5
From Local Phenomena to Global Questions

Students of the bachelor Visual Communication, Camera Arts of the Lucerne School of Art and Design present their project engagements with Emmenbrücke, a Swiss town near Lucerne which is the new home base of the Lucerne School of Art and Design.

Thirteen first-year students have engaged themselves with the people and contexts of Emmenbrücke. Observations of details in the neighbourhoods as well as situations further away provoked creative questions relevant beyond the immediate local scope. For example Flurin Bertschinger worked on temporary migration and labour. Rhea Keller investigated various canteens of organisations and businesses around Emmenbrücke. Alexandra Baumgartner followed a group of peers in their final year, the 9th class of their school. Kim Jonas Meier documented abandoned installations of a waste recycling plant.

Further projects of Kira Barlach, Alexandra Baumgartner, Flurin Bertschinger, Julia Brun, Anna-Tia Buss, Tanja Frey, Rhea Keller, Kim Jonas Meier, Leila Remstedt-Drews, Jannis Sanchez, Monika Scherer, Severin Pomsel und Michael Walker are shown in a publication, experimental websites and an exhibition.

Julia Brun, 2017
Alexandra Baumgartner, 2017
Kim Jonas Meier, 2017
Anna-Tia Buss, 2017
Severin Pomsel, 2017

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