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A trans Campus feat. FH Aachen | IN CIMA Formine
7. März 2020 @ 16:00 - 21:00
IN CIMA FORMINE
Aachen University of Applied Sciences | Department of Architecture | Modul on Design | Prof. Thomas Tünnemann
With Moritz Gnädinger · Kai Stein · Lena Nehl · Ali Kayhan · Kevin Osterkamp · Olga Kuper · Florian Dittman · Simon Rix · Melanie Heupel · Franz Plesch · Christina Plum · Lukas Gross · Lucas Reckert · Marc Wienke · Daniela Brücker · Leon Schreiner · Lisa Erica Wangari · Mandy Neubert · Franziska Savelsberg · Hermann Stuzmann · Sebastian Rupp
c/o Haus der Statistik, Haus D (Entrance Otto-Braun-Strasse 70-72) in 10178 Berlin
Exhibition 07.03.2020 – 29.03.2020
Show-window 24 h
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Professor Thomas Tünnemann every year offers a workshop in the mountain village of Formine, near the Swiss-Italian border, for architecture students from the Aachen University of Applied Sciences. This year’s workshop attempts to find new interpretations of local patio decorations. Accordingly, the title of the exhibition is In Cima meaning on top of. The students were tasked with engaging with the local area and then, with complete creative freedom, developing banisters for these typical terraces. Drawings, installations, sculptures – a wide spectrum of media were used. Important also is the presentation: in a large steel shelf that could hold any work; and in a published accompanying catalogue.
Professor Tünnemann has for years worked closely with the Berlin curator Isolde Nagel. In the past such exhibitions were always held in her project space A TRANS. This year, a great opportunity has presented itself: In Cima will be viewable for three weeks long in a show window at the Haus der Statistik, directly at Alexanderplatz. The building has been empty for ten years, and concepts for a public service oriented use are currently being developed – of which events and exhibitions will play an important role.
The exhibition is featured by A TRANS Campus at the Haus der Statistik as part of the ‚Pioneer Uses‘ program organized by The Network of the independent Berlin Project Spaces and Initiatives in collaboration with Haus der Statistik.