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Hochschule Düsseldorf, Peter Behrens School of Arts, Applied Art and Design. Degree Show 2018

Exhibition  /  SchoolsDegreeShow2018  /  28 Jul 2018
Published: 01.08.2018
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Intro
The exhibition ‚Final call Golzheim’ displays the graduation work of this years bachelor and master students in Applied Art and Design at University of Applied Science Dusseldorf. 15 graduates from four different nations show their autonomous ideas and visions on jewellery, objects and product design.

Artist list

Anja Bachmann, Jiayu Du, Tereza Duskova, Tegshtuya Gandugar, Dajana Goldberg, Laura González Caballero, Xuqi Ju, Theresa Kudlek, Eva Pehar, Theresa Schuker, Magdalena Servaty, Magdalena Servaty, Oscar Wippermann, Zohair Zouirech, Anna van Eck
A wide research into materials, traditional crafts, innovative production methods or cultural contexts is the base of their individual design process. Driven to explore, discover, question and shape the 15 graduates developed well reflected and significant new products.
 
The corporate design of this show is developed by the Communication Design students Marie Longjaloux & Lilo Schäfer.
The successful cooperation between the Applied Art and Design and the Communication Design Department complete the individual graduation projects and is paradigmatic for studying at the Peter Behrens School of Arts of the University of Applied Science Dusseldorf.
 
We are happy to welcome you to the last graduation show at the Campus Golzheim before we move to the new campus of the University of Applied Science Düsseldorf.


The Guiding Team:
Prof. Herman Hermsen.
Prof. Jantje Fleischhut.
Dipl-Des. M.A. Jochen Zäh.
Prof. Dr. phil .habil.
Hyun Kang Kim.
Prof. Ton van der Laaken.
Prof. Gabi Schillig.
Prof. Martin Klein-Wiele.
Dean Chequita Nahar (Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts).
 
Dajana Goldberg. Piece: BIPERCEPTION, 2018. Silver. Photo by: Judith Hennes. A piece of jewellery for the nose.
. Model: Maria Rene Cordova; Make-Up: Magdalena Servaty.
. BIPERCEPTION - in the conflict of perception or two ways of detection 
. Driven by curiosity to explore the human senses, the optician and designer Dajana Goldberg elaborate different ways of perception. The sensitization of the human senses and exploring their limits are the main purposes of her graduation project.
. SEE  — HEAR — FEEL are the phenomena which accompany Dajana Goldberg’s creative process and serve her as main inspiration source.
. Her objects and her jewellery invite the observer to touch, try out and experience them. . Dajana Goldberg
Piece: BIPERCEPTION, 2018
Silver
Photo by: Judith Hennes
A piece of jewellery for the nose.
Model: Maria Rene Cordova; Make-Up: Magdalena Servaty.

BIPERCEPTION - in the conflict of perception or two ways of detection 
Driven by curiosity to explore the human senses, the optician and designer Dajana Goldberg elaborate different ways of perception. The sensitization of the human senses and exploring their limits are the main purposes of her graduation project.
SEE  — HEAR — FEEL
are the phenomena which accompany Dajana Goldberg’s creative process and serve her as main inspiration source.
Her objects and her jewellery invite the observer to touch, try out and experience them.

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Dajana Goldberg. Piece: BIPERCEPTION, 2018. Silver. Photo by: Judith Hennes. A piece of jewellery for the hair and a necklace.
. Model: Maria Rene Cordova; Make-Up: Lena Servaty.. Dajana Goldberg
Piece: BIPERCEPTION, 2018
Silver
Photo by: Judith Hennes
A piece of jewellery for the hair and a necklace.
Model: Maria Rene Cordova; Make-Up: Lena Servaty.

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Eva Pehar. Installation: Ene mene mu, dene mene menz - Präsenz, 2018. Textile. Photo by: Eva Pehar. Ene mene mu, dene mene menz - Präsenz!
. How does it feel to be with people suffering from dementia?
. What is a memory?
. And actually, who is demented – the ones behind the scenes or those outside?
. Eva Pehar is a dressmaker and technician for pattern cut in fashion. She feels like a framer and started to do creative work on relevant subjects of society during her studies.
. The final work shows her personal experiences with people suffering from dementia transferred in an installation.
. Based on a period of being a trainee in an institution for people with cognitive restraints especially demented ones.  Eva Pehar embeds her feelings and interpretations in her work.
. The installation communicates an atmosphere which is based on an experience of demented behaviour. It shows how important human relation is and refers to the main subject of dementia, the memory.. Eva Pehar
Installation: Ene mene mu, dene mene menz - Präsenz, 2018
Textile
Photo by: Eva Pehar
Ene mene mu, dene mene menz - Präsenz!
How does it feel to be with people suffering from dementia?
What is a memory?
And actually, who is demented – the ones behind the scenes or those outside?
Eva Pehar is a dressmaker and technician for pattern cut in fashion. She feels like a framer and started to do creative work on relevant subjects of society during her studies.
The final work shows her personal experiences with people suffering from dementia transferred in an installation.
Based on a period of being a trainee in an institution for people with cognitive restraints especially demented ones.  Eva Pehar embeds her feelings and interpretations in her work.
The installation communicates an atmosphere which is based on an experience of demented behaviour. It shows how important human relation is and refers to the main subject of dementia, the memory.

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Theresa Schuker. Object: Looking Back - Looking Forward, 2018. Clay, plastics.. Photo by: Theresa Schuker. Theresa Schuker is trained as a goldsmith in Pforzheim and discovered her interest in the design field early.
. Her graduation project has a strong base in a two-dimensional graphical involvement.
. Everyday objects and products catch her attention, they get examined and processed later.
. Theresa Schuker divides the found objects carefully into single parts before she puts them together and shapes new until now non-existing form. Essential to the creative process is the idea of appreciating already existing objects through recycling.
. Theresa Schuker interest is the liaison of plastics and ceramics; she interferes with the materials to guide these into a changing love relationship. Her work expresses the analysis of two different materials in terms of colours, values and personal references. She is questioning conventional boundaries and is interested in the transformation of non-precious into precious.. Theresa Schuker
Object: Looking Back - Looking Forward, 2018
Clay, plastics.
Photo by: Theresa Schuker
Theresa Schuker is trained as a goldsmith in Pforzheim and discovered her interest in the design field early.
Her graduation project has a strong base in a two-dimensional graphical involvement.
Everyday objects and products catch her attention, they get examined and processed later.
Theresa Schuker divides the found objects carefully into single parts before she puts them together and shapes new until now non-existing form. Essential to the creative process is the idea of appreciating already existing objects through recycling.
Theresa Schuker interest is the liaison of plastics and ceramics; she interferes with the materials to guide these into a changing love relationship. Her work expresses the analysis of two different materials in terms of colours, values and personal references. She is questioning conventional boundaries and is interested in the transformation of non-precious into precious.

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Theresa Schuker. Object: Looking Back - Looking Forward, 2018. Clay, plastics.. Photo by: Theresa Schuker. Theresa Schuker
Object: Looking Back - Looking Forward, 2018
Clay, plastics.
Photo by: Theresa Schuker
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Magdalena Servaty. Object: Fluidum, 2018. Ceramic, metal.. Photo by: Judith Hennes. Fluidum – aura
. fluid forms - stopped motion/move
. act and impact
. Magdalena​ Servaty, a skilled goldsmith and designer works with the characteristics of the material and highlights the value of the production process. Material and its transformation is the main fascination of her work. Lena Servaty’s experimental handling of the material while making has an important value for the development of the final forms of her products. The material is clay and metal; the outcome is expressive and unique in objects and jewellery.
. Her fascination of material and its deformation determines her work.
. While repeating the same action with the material Lena Servaty receives a diversity of new forms. The forms arise first seemingly by accident but are controlled by the gained knowledge later. Like in nature it is a serial repetition which generates unique pieces.
. The result is an analogy in form, produced by the principles of power, deformation and layers.. Magdalena Servaty
Object: Fluidum, 2018
Ceramic, metal.
Photo by: Judith Hennes
Fluidum – aura
fluid forms - stopped motion/move
act and impact
Magdalena​ Servaty, a skilled goldsmith and designer works with the characteristics of the material and highlights the value of the production process. Material and its transformation is the main fascination of her work. Lena Servaty’s experimental handling of the material while making has an important value for the development of the final forms of her products. The material is clay and metal; the outcome is expressive and unique in objects and jewellery.
Her fascination 
of material and its deformation determines her work.
While repeating the same action with the material Lena Servaty receives a diversity of new forms. The forms arise first seemingly by accident but are controlled by the gained knowledge later. Like in nature it is a serial repetition which generates unique pieces.
The result is an analogy in form, produced by the principles of power, deformation and layers.

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Type me by Anna van Eck.
. Anna van Eck is a jewellery and object designer. Trained as a retail saleswoman and goldsmith she develops a passion for creating conceptual work. During her applied art and design studies, Anna van Eck focuses on personalisation and identification on the basis of object and jewellery.
. The graduation work of Anna van Eck is based on her READ ME typography, which she developed during her studies in Düsseldorf. Each letter turns into a new form by repositioning their own outlines. A different still readable form is created, recognisable at the second glance. Letters become forms and vice versa.
. Anna van Eck develops a concept using new forms to write names, quotes or little stories. Systematically the font and the forms fuse into a new statement.
. Customers are free to write whatever they feel like. The outside world sees forms, only the author knows the message. It is made to be personal with the possibility to keep a secret.
.  .
Type me by Anna van Eck.
Anna van Eck is a jewellery and object designer. Trained as a retail saleswoman and goldsmith she develops a passion for creating conceptual work. During her applied art and design studies, Anna van Eck focuses on personalisation and identification on the basis of object and jewellery.
The graduation work of Anna van Eck is based on her
READ ME typography, which she developed during her studies in Düsseldorf. Each letter turns into a new form by repositioning their own outlines. A different still readable form is created, recognisable at the second glance. Letters become forms and vice versa.
Anna van Eck develops a concept using new forms to write names, quotes or little stories. Systematically the font and the forms fuse into a new statement.
Customers are free to write whatever they feel like. The outside world sees forms, only the author knows the message. It is made to be personal with the possibility to keep a secret.

 

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Type me by Anna van Eck..
Type me by Anna van Eck.

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