7. Oktober 2018

Introduction

Principle of Hope Europe: Part 1 Principle of Hope Europe takes Ernst Bloch’s “militant optimism” as the starting point for a critical and artistic examination of the way history shapes the contemporary world, exploring the micro- and macrocosmic images, metaphors, stories and latent utopias with…
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10. Oktober 2018

Amidst The Transcultural Modern

by Shashank Patel The Bauhaus movement, originating from Germany in 1919 had a significant influence in the areas of art, design and architecture due to its ideas about multi-disciplinary thinking and its approach towards design education. Since then, the influence of Bauhaus has continued to…
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10. Oktober 2018

Paperwork

by Dario Renner Compared with America, where one man is seen as the representative of the whole nation, you cannot represent Europe with just one person. Therefore a different symbol is needed to represent the coalition of multiple countries. This symbol can be found in…
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23. September 2018

How To Become European

by Hanna Rittich In the year 2015, Malta earned a total of 400 million Euros with the trade with their national citizenships. Other countries like Cyprus, Greece, Latvia, Portugal, Spain and Hungary trade in citizenships as well. In  my  project  I  want  to  deal  with …
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23. September 2018

“Europe – the hope particle”

by Matthias Rott With this film I’d like to find a unique way of expressing the topic of the apocalypse, the end of the world, and maybe a new beginning. The sound of this film is unnerving and perhaps disturbing. With harsh black and white…
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8. Dezember 2017

A Short Excursion Through Europe’s History

by Daphne Szlósarczyk Once there was a time without cameras and smartphones. There was no possibility to take a “Selfie” or to record a video when something exciting was happening around you. It was an artist’s job and source of income to portray people, who…
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8. Dezember 2017

Autofokus

by Daya Sieber In my short stories as well as in the photo series, I am recording the process of discovering the folk festival “Canstatter Volksfest” in Stuttgart, also known as “Wasen”, with my camera. Documenting the eclectic hut design and the use of light…
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23. September 2018

Outburst

by Judith Engel How did ancient culture influence the modern construction of European identity? What kind of ancient relicts do we find in today’s perceptions of “European values”? How does “ancient reality” differ from the myth of a culture that established an early understanding of…
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30. September 2018

– 24/7 –

by Lisa Tröger In this project I would like to engage with all kinds of cultures, languages and lifestyles within the European Union. Different countries have different habits: Each country has its own different types of eating behavior. To begin with, the main idea is…
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30. September 2018

Who?

by Corinna Kiefer By illuminating the social question of identity in Europe, Corinna Kiefer’s work frames the positive and negative voices in comparison. As research has shown, the majority of people feel first and foremost connected to their home country and nationality before considering themselves…
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