I’m going slightly maed …

Exhibition with Selected Master’s Projects

Author: viola dessin

We would like to invite you to join the exhibition I’m going slightly maed …. The Master’s program Editorial Design (MA ED) of the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Department of Design and Frappanz will show selected Master’s projects in a new exhibition series starting in November, 2021.

With I’m going slightly maed …, the design works will be presented to a larger public in order to make the complexity and relevance of editorial design visible. Magazines, newspapers, and books surround us all every day, but what is behind these publications? What motivations, themes, and ideas drive young designers and how does a concept become a design idea?

After a long period of cultural abstinence, they want to bring these innovative editorial projects from the university directly into the urban space of Dortmund. They will start the series with a total of six editorial projects in mid-November. This exhibition series will then be continued in 2022.

The openings will take place at 6:30 p.m. every day. Interested ones are invited to come to the opening or view the works as passing by through the large display window of Frappanz.

I’m going slightly maed …

Openings take place on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.

Where?
Kleine Beurhausstraße 5–7
44137 Dortmund
Germany

November 18th to 24th, 2021
Alexander Staudt: “do-it-yourself–print-on-demand–buch,” 2021
Aleksandar Živković: “Was bleibt vom opelaner ohne opel-werk?,” 2021

November 25th to December 1st, 2021
Jennifer Brade: “dear stars” a declaration of love to the sky and its stars, 2021
Juliane Nöst: “jolki-palki” Magazine about Russian Germans–identity, culture and history, 2021

December 2nd to 8th, 2021
Sofia Spengler: “Über die vielfältigkeit von gedanken, gefühlen und wahrnehmungen sowie das bewusstsein introvertierter stärken.”, 2021
Christoph Bangert: “The fotobus manual – on teaching photography,” 2020

The exhibitions are a collaboration of Frappanz – Kollektiv Kultureller Freiheiten e.v. and the University of Applied Sciences Dortmund, Department of Design