summaery2022: Projects

how to talk, how to walk, how to show

Project information

submitted by
Adrian Palko

Sara Bursey, Natalia Paz Chávez Hoffmeister, Yunseo Cho, Anna Czyz, Lara Dolgner, Franca Dümon, Annika Endler, Lea-Sophie Groß, Göksu Han, Vivien Hofberger, Marlen Lisbeth Hüllstrunk, Clara Helene Else Irmer, Hadis Katebian, Hanyi Kim, Vincent Martin Morcinek, Luise Motsch, Gabriela Parra Sanchez, Meabh Quinn, Paul Raab, Jeremy Wiener, Xinyue Yu

Prof. Markus Weisbeck, Adrian Palko

Art and Design

Degree programme:
Visual Communication (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)),
Visual Communication (Master of Arts (M.A.))

Type of project presentation

Summer semester 2022

Exhibition Location / Event Location
  • Marienstraße 1b
  • Marienstraße 14
    (Marienstraße 1)

Project description

In this project we work with image archives and the analysis of these, we use translation tools for moving graphics on stationary images, animate them and let these newly created or expanded image content speak. What do images have to be able to do today and how changeable is their content in order to still be connected to their original information?

We walk through the park with experimental cartographic tools, follow in the footsteps of "Strollology" and depict distances in an abstract way. We stroll graphically and test new ways of representing distance and distance, we walk our own paths.

In the last part of the project we create presentation forms and exhibition concepts that unite everything and try to expand or rethink the space of the M1.

how to talk, how to walk, how to show - works on concrete examples, places and spaces, in order to understand their functions we have invited experts to the respective blocks who will give us new perspectives with different theoretical and practical perspectives.

Exhibition Location / Event Location