Space for Visual Research

Space for Visual Research at HBKsaar

11,97 years of visual experimentation in Weimar

Author: mwesely

The HBKsaar cordially invites you to their exhibition Space for Visual Research, in which they show, for the first time, examples of works, bachelor theses, and extracurricular activities based on the experimental approach to image production in the field of visual research of the last 11.97 years. The Space for Visual Research (SfVR) was founded in 2013 at the Bauhaus University Weimar by Markus Weisbeck as part of the Chair of Graphic Design and combines the investigative approach of a think tank with practical creative production, empowering design students to develop innovative visuals.


Opening hours:
Tuesday 2–6 p.m., on opening days from 7 p.m.
Wednesday to Saturday 5–8 p.m.
Additional appointments upon request

Responsible parties: Prof. Indra Kupferschmid, Prof. Stefan Hauser, Prof. Markus Weisbeck
Collaborators: Eva Richter, Adrian Palko, Manuel Wesely
and numerous students of the Bauhaus University Weimar

More information here.

Space for Visual Research

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