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Tegshtuya Gandugar. University of Applied Sciences, Peter Behrens School of Arts, New Craft Object Design. New Talent Award 2021

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Published: 30.11.2021
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Author:
Peter Behrens School of Arts University of Applied Sciences
Edited by:
Klimt02
Edited at:
Barcelona
Edited on:
2021
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Intro
Her work is the key for the viewer to understand her perception. It is an intuitive visual diary of pencil drawings. Ms Gandugar translates the hand-drawn, two-dimensional fine lines into three-dimensional, transparent glass objects and wearable jewellery. With this, she very precisely illustrates the preciousness of the moment and makes it palpable at the same time.  The drawn line enters the space; the material glass shows the fragility and sensitivity of the individual moments. The diary shows personally experienced moments, feelings and sensations.
/ Prof. Jantje Fleischhut
Name of graduation student: Tegshtuya Gandugar
Name of guiding teacher: Prof. Jantje Fleischhut / Maryvonne Wellen 


Nominated by Peter Behrens School of Arts, New Craft Object Design, Düsseldorf, Germany

Since the beginning of my teaching period at the Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences in the Design Department in the summer of 2016, I have always found Tegshtuya Gandugar to be an extremely committed, interested and talented student.    
Born in Mongolia, Ms Gandugar studied art painting at the University of Fine Arts in Ulan-Bator. 
In 2014, she came to Germany to study for a bachelor's degree in design at the Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences. In addition to her expertise in free art, she brings with her a great fascination for nature from her home country as well as a great interest in and curiosity about different cultures. She is very attentive to her surroundings; she discovers subtleties and special things in what we consider everyday life. In the works of her Bachelor's degree (2017), she competently combines the design knowledge she acquired during her studies in Düsseldorf with the traditions of her home country, Mongolia, and the liberal arts skills she acquired there. Her pronounced feeling for colour, material, proportions and her intercultural interest bring her safely to the point. 
In her subsequent Master's degree (2018 - 2021), T. Gandugar will deal with currently relevant topics of our society, as well as material culture. She is particularly interested in status symbols and the concept of luxury. In her final project 'Nimm Dir ein Stück Moment Wahr' (Embrace a Fragment from the Moment), she focuses on people, their contemplation of themselves and their perception in the moment. In a digitalized and increasingly fast-paced world, this is a precious and interesting approach. Her work is the key for the viewer to understand her perception. It is an intuitive visual diary of pencil drawings. Ms Gandugar translates the hand-drawn, two-dimensional fine lines into three-dimensional, transparent glass objects and wearable jewellery. With this, she very precisely illustrates the preciousness of the moment and makes it palpable at the same time.  The drawn line enters the space; the material glass shows the fragility and sensitivity of the individual moments. The diary shows personally experienced moments, feelings and sensations. Through the abstract translation into the material glass, T. Gandugar succeeds in showing the audience the value of different long and short, simple and compact periods of time. It is a very philosophical artistic exploration; the results are integrating. The designer's objects and jewellery communicate the care with which each moment should be treated. T. Gandugar's design realizations show great sensitivity; she skilfully brings together her artistic training with the applied design of the New Craft Object Design course. The sensitive and delicate works inspire reflection and pause. 
T. Gandugar's language skills are excellent. Her commitment and willingness to help in the course, as well as the exchange with her fellow students, has always been remarkable.  Sensitivity across the board.

/ Prof. Janthe Fleischhut

Summary of the Master Thesis:
For Tegshtuya Gandugar, drawing is a kind of meditation. She visually captures intense sensations and moods in the form of countless lines. These lines are very personal reflections of the moment, and each line stands for individual special perceived moments. They are large format drawings with delicate line work in grey pencil. Tegshtuya Gandugar translates these moments captured in two-dimensional drawing into three-dimensional space. The materials are transparent glass rods and porcelain paper in off-white; wearable pieces of jewellery are created alongside larger wall installations.  The transformation into space opens a different sensory perception for the viewer. The moment becomes tangible. The material is sensitive and calls for sensitive interaction. The moment depicted gives the viewer a moment of self-perception or perception of what is happening. It is a time-space-moment awareness.


More work and contacts:
Mail: gtegshtuya@yahoo.com
Instagram: @navch_design

Find out more about the courses at Peter Behrens School of Arts, New Craft Object Design
Tegshtuya Gandugar. Earrings: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021. Glass, silver. Length: 15 cm. Tegshtuya Gandugar
Earrings: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021
Glass, silver
Length: 15 cm
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Tegshtuya Gandugar. Brooch: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021. Glas, silver. Length: 25 cm. For Tegshtuya Gandugar, drawing is a kind of meditation. She visually captures intense sensations and moods in the form of countless lines. These lines are very personal reflections of the moment, and each line stands for individual special perceived moments. They are large format drawings with delicate line work in grey pencil. Tegshtuya Gandugar translates these moments captured in two-dimensional drawing into three-dimensional space. The materials are transparent glass rods and porcelain paper in off-white; wearable pieces of jewellery are created alongside larger wall installations.  The transformation into space opens a different sensory perception for the viewer. The moment becomes tangible. The material is sensitive and calls for sensitive interaction. The moment depicted gives the viewer a moment of self-perception or perception of what is happening. It is a time-space-moment awareness.. Tegshtuya Gandugar
Brooch: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021
Glas, silver
Length: 25 cm

For Tegshtuya Gandugar, drawing is a kind of meditation. She visually captures intense sensations and moods in the form of countless lines. These lines are very personal reflections of the moment, and each line stands for individual special perceived moments. They are large format drawings with delicate line work in grey pencil. Tegshtuya Gandugar translates these moments captured in two-dimensional drawing into three-dimensional space. The materials are transparent glass rods and porcelain paper in off-white; wearable pieces of jewellery are created alongside larger wall installations.  The transformation into space opens a different sensory perception for the viewer. The moment becomes tangible. The material is sensitive and calls for sensitive interaction. The moment depicted gives the viewer a moment of self-perception or perception of what is happening. It is a time-space-moment awareness.

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Tegshtuya Gandugar. Earrings: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021. Silver. Length: 15 cm. Tegshtuya Gandugar
Earrings: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021
Silver
Length: 15 cm
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Tegshtuya Gandugar. Earrings: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021. Silver. Length: 15 cm. On body. Tegshtuya Gandugar
Earrings: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021
Silver
Length: 15 cm

On body

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Tegshtuya Gandugar. Necklace: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021. Silver. Diameter: 40 cm. Tegshtuya Gandugar
Necklace: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021
Silver
Diameter: 40 cm
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Tegshtuya Gandugar. Ring: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021. Silver. 5 x 2.5 cm. Tegshtuya Gandugar
Ring: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021
Silver
5 x 2.5 cm
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Tegshtuya Gandugar. Object: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021. Ceramic. 12 x 18 cm. Tegshtuya Gandugar
Object: Embrace A Piece Of The Moment, 2021
Ceramic
12 x 18 cm
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Tegshtuya Gandugar performance 'Embrace A Piece Of The Moment'.
Tegshtuya Gandugar performance 'Embrace A Piece Of The Moment'

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