1,15m²

1,15m²

During this workshop week, the students worked on the curation, mediation and placement of their own exhibition. The students selected a corpus of works from the iconographic and textual collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, both based in New York. The exhibition space, 1.15m² (refering to the surface area of an F4 poster) is printable, hangable and foldable. It is both a surface but also a base or a volume.  The students' results question the means of reproduction and representation of the works in the design of an exhibition.

Workshop (2019) with Sacha Léopold (Syndicat)

Students
Pauline Baldinetti, Inés Barrionuevo, Emilie Bouchet, Alexandre Brunisholz, Emma Chapuis, Isabel Garcia Argos, Hugo Hectus, Elena Najdovski, Julie Neuhaus, Thaïs Nguyen Huu, Lynne Nougou, Laetitia Paroz, Guillaume Pavia, Ares Pedroli, Amanda Puna, Julie Ryser, Samuel Schmidt, Timo Tiffert, Laura Trummer, Adeline Vermot
Know-how
poster

During this workshop week, the students worked on the curation, mediation and placement of their own exhibition.

The students selected a corpus of works from the iconographic and textual collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, both based in New York.

The exhibition space, 1.15m² (refering to the surface area of an F4 poster) is printable, hangable and foldable. It is both a surface but also a base or a volume.

The students' results question the means of reproduction and representation of the works in the design of an exhibition.

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Jérémy Maffeï
Amanda Puna
Timo Tiffert
Thaïs Nguyen Huu
Vincent Freitag

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Hugo Hectus
Ares Pedroli
Emma Chapuis & Pauline Baldinetti
Léa Guillon
Kenza Saleh
Julie Neuhaus

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