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THE EXHIBITION_2012

raum&designstrategien
space&designstrategies

interim. leitung gastprof. DI arch. alexander beck

reindlstrasse 16 - 18
4040 linz , austria

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Berufung neue Leitung raum&designstrategien

Wir begrüssen Univ. Prof. arch. Ton Matton als neue Leitung der Studienrichtung raum&designstrategien an der Kunstuniversität Linz und freuen uns auf spannende kommende 7 Jahre.
www.mattonoffice.org

15-07-2014
 

zulassungsprüfung_admission examination_space&designstrategies

Zulassungsprüfung für die Studienrichtung raum&designstrategien
Donnerstag, 3. Juli 2014 von 9-16Uhr in den Räumlichkeiten der Studienrichtung Reindlstrasse 16-18, 4040 Linz_Austria
Für mehr Informationen folgen SIe bitte dem Link www.zulassung.ufg.ac.at

Admission Examination Department space&designstrategies
Thursday, 3rd July 2014, from 9am until 4 pm, Reindlstrasse 16-18, 4040 Linz_Austria
for more informations please follow www.zulassung.ufg.ac.at

01-07-2014
 

Sharone Lifschitz_Vortrag_on how to be a monument_Mittwoch,18.Juni 2014_ 19:00

Since the turn of the millennium, Sharone Lifschitz (born in Israel, 1971; lives in London) has created a compelling body of work that addresses the themes of memory, identity, and language. Employing a range of media, Lifschitz investigates the relationship that we have with our individual and collective pasts and explores multifaceted aspects of human interactions and the language that facilitates them. To that end, she has devised imaginative strategies for propelling herself into the world. Her tools include advertisements placed in newspapers in order to meet people; and systematic journeys undertaken by train, bus, and Underground. Traveling has brought her into contact with a variety of people as she seeks “the perfect encounter.” The ensuing conversations have provided Lifschitz with the raw material for much of her art. Along the way, she has made use of everyday activities—traveling, eating, sleeping, talking—as the means for making art and understanding the world.

12-06-2014
 

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