(Photo: Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Michael Braun)
 

04 - 08 July 2018

For the first time, an exhibition especially focussed on the doctorate at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. The Ph.D. exhibition »[dis]solving boundaries« has been organized by doctoral candidates as well as Post-Docs from various disciplines in collaboration with the Bauhaus Research School, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Ph.D. programme Art and Design/Fine Art/Media Art and the Bauhaus Research School. The exhibition has provided a diversified insight into the variety of doctoral projects in all disciplines at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.

The Ph.D. exhibition was embedded in the Young Bauhaus Research Conference 2018 »[dis]solving boundaries« and in a »Research Walk« that makes special domains of young researchers, artists, and designers accessible to the public at various locations.

01 Ailen Pereyra • 02 Marko Seidemann • 03 Christian Sinn • 04 Anne Brannys • 05 Natalia Irina Roman • 06 Tatiana Reshetnikova • 07 Katharina Groß • 08 Kristian Gohlke • 09 Amayu Wakoya Gena • 10 Mirette Bakir • 11 Ulrike Mothes • 12 Marie Ulber • 13 Natascha Tümpel • 14 Fred Meier-Menzel • 15 Johannes Warda • 16 Kaya Behkalam • 17 Danny Lobos • 18 Ricarda Löser • 19 Ekkehard Knopke • 20 Anna Heyde • 21 Riham Elrasoul • 22 Louise Walleneit • 23 Hayder Alsaad • 24 Romina Alvarez Bové

OPENING: Wednesday, 4.7.2018, 4:30 pm
with Prof. Jan Willmann & guided tour with the exhibition team
Venue: Universitätsbibliothek, Steubenstraße 6/8, unteres Foyer

Subsequently - also in the lower foyer of the library - the "Research Walk" starts, a campus tour through 4 stations where doctoral research can be explored directly on site. To be featured:

Marienstraße 13c - fluid flow capillar glasses
Belvederer Allee 5 - Wohnraumforschung
Digital Bauhaus Lab - Vandalism and damage in Wikipedia u.a.
Bauhaus.Atelier - CableBot

START: ca. 5 pm
University Library, Steubenstraße 6/8, lower foyer