März 2018
16.03.2018 -
2018 / 201803 / 201804 / Ausstellung
A proposition by
Donatella Bernardi
for Corner College:
From Abdizuel to Zymeloz

Donatella Bernardi

April 2018
2018 / 201804 / Ausstellung
Event: Donatella Bernardi
From Abdizuel to Zymeloz
A Dependency Relationship: Does Feminism Need Separatism and / or Art?

Donatella Bernardi, Laura Iamurri, Quinn Latimer, Federica Martini, Angela Marzullo

Mai 2018
05.05.2018 -
2018 / 201805 / Ausstellung
Hinterland, Part 1
The eyes of the lighthouse

Cliona Harmey, Monica Ursina Jäger, Salvatore Vitale, VOLUMES
2018 / 201805 / Buchvernissage / website launch
Book + Web Launch
Æther #1: Flughafen Kloten: Anatomie eines komplizierten Ortes


Juni 2018
02.06.2018 -
2018 / 201806 / Ausstellung
Hinterland, Part 2
Blood as a rover

Jürgen Baumann, Gregory Collavini, David Jacques, Tuula Närhinen, Claudia Stöckli, VOLUMES

Tuesday, 07.02.2012


Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic

Visiting Artist Talk: Róza El Hassan

"No Corruption, Social Brand Wicker Art"

“No Corruption” was conceived as an international brand to produce functional objects based on wicker techniques. The products of the "No Corruption" brand demonstrate the high level and elegance of objects produced by the most discriminated people, if given temporarily, the same opportunities as the middle class.

In Hungary, about 600,000 people belong to the Roma minority. Most of them live in extreme poverty in small villages in eastern and southern Hungary. One of the traditional crafts of the region is a special wicker technique. When El Hassan arrived in the village of Szendrőlád, the elder masters still knew the ancient and unique techniques of wicker and special wood chip braiding, called szilács.

The starting point for El Hassan was in functional design: laptop-bags and camera-bags made of wicker. "No Corruption, Social Brand Wicker Art" brought together freelance artists and designers, scholars and Roma basket weavers to work alongside one another and develop products.

Project link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g28YYjPzMSc

Posted by Philip Matesic