Mut zur Wut 2019: Announcement of the winners

Author: Julia Kahl

Out of 3,120 posters from 1,520 participants from 66 countries, the 5-member jury consisting of Ariane Spanier, Verena Panholzer, Eduardo B. Arambarri, Steffen Knoell and Julia Kahl selected 100 finalists and 30 winning posters in the competition Mut zur Wut 2019. The quality was high, the topics varied—topics such as climate change, abuse in the church, migration and lack of housing were the dominant themes.

Congratulations to the winners!

Mario Kupcevsky (Austria)
Elias Riedmann (Austria)
Toan Vu-Huuu (France)
Amelie Le Boedec (Germany)
Brid Hofmann (Germany)
Christina Hermainski (Germany)
Julia Schygulla (Germany)
Laura Markert (Germany)
Laura Holst & Carolin Eberhardt (Germany)
Lea Boberschmidt (Germany)
Leonie Henze (Germany)
Lorenz Grohmann (Germany)
Maxwell Hathaway (Germany)
Mitja Schneehage (Germany)
Mycha Schekalla (Germany)
Peer Hempel (Germany)
Rebecca Metz (Germany)
Sebastian Schellenberger (Germany)
Vivien employees (Germany)
Anett Eszteró (Hungary)
BiancaConsiglio (Italy)
Laurent Schmit (Luxembourg)
Michal Matoszko (Poland)
Lukasz Chmielewski (Poland)
Jorge Chamorro (Spain)
Kathrin Scheller (Switzerland)
Kleon Medugorac (Switzerland)
Lazar Jeremic (Switzerland)
Thomas Steiner (Switzerland)
Carilla Karahan (Turkey)

The 30 winning motifs will be shown from mid-July to the end of August 2019 in public spaces and in areas of various cities as well as in several exhibitions. The 100 finalists will be shown at the exhibition in the Heidelberg courthouse at the end of July. And all posters will be published in a catalogue.

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