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Graduate Show

Graduate Show 2020

Exhibition:

19+20 September 2020, open Sat and Sun, 10 am - 8 pm
Please bring your maks. You'll find further information here.

Guided tour in English language: Sat and Sun, at 4 pm, meeting point: in front of the hall
Puppet theatre (for kids and their adults): daily at 2 and 5 pm, room 153, in front of the Mensa

Programm Graduate Show

Saturday, 19 September 2020

13.00, 44
Nurgül Dursun, „The hit of the shadow“, Performance



13.00/ 16.00/ 19.00, 312

Lila-Zoé Krauß, „Rhythm Imprint 01“, Performance von L Twills


14.00/ 15.30 / 17.00, 30

Yi-Jou Chuang, „Washitsu Wozu?“, Performance mit Ping-Chang Wu


17.00, Galerie
Florian Bräunlich, „Safe Crash“, Performance mit Sven-Åke Johansson


18.00, 05 Fi42
Julia Rómas, „My I Oni (Wir und die Anderen)“, Poetische Lesung


19.00, 05 Fi42
Julia Rómas, „My I Oni (Wir und die Anderen)“, Improvisation Musik / Gesang mit Caroline Breuninger


Sunday, 20 September 2020

11.00, in front of the hall

Verleihung des Karl H. Ditze Preises durch Stiftungsvorstand Uwe Toben und des Berenberg-Filmpreises der HFBK



13.00/ 16.00/ 19.00, 312

Lila-Zoé Krauß, „Rhythm Imprint 01“, Performance von L Twills


14.00/ 15.30 / 17.00, 30

Yi-Jou Chuang, „Washitsu Wozu?“, Performance mit Ping-Chang Wu



16.00, 44
Nurgül Dursun, „The hit of the shadow“, Performance


17.00, 42
Manuel Funk, „56%Abalone | 12%Fish | 5%Lobster | 10%Urchins | 17%Nothing“, Performance*Installation mit Bilge Aksaç, Simone Ballüer, Moritz Walker


18.00, 05 Fi42
Julia Rómas, „My I Oni (Wir und die Anderen)“, Poetische Lesung


19.00, 05 Fi42
Julia Rómas, „My I Oni (Wir und die Anderen)“, Improvisation Musik / Gesang mit Caroline Breuninger



19.30, 223

Tim Ehrich, "ersehen - durchhören", Musikperformance mit Johann Walther Seidensticker

About the Graduate Show

Usually at the beginning of July every year, HFBK graduates present their final work. The graduate show is open to all visitors. In connection with this exhibition, an external panel of experts award the coveted Karl H. Ditze-Preis worth 7.500 euros to the piece chosen by them as the best piece of final work.


Part of the jury is this year:

Karl H. Ditze Preis für die beste Abschlussarbeit (BA)

  • Alexander Koch, Kurator, Autor, Mitbegründer der Galerie KOW und Direktor der Gesellschaft Neue Auftraggeber
  • Julia Grosse Journalistin; leitet die Online-Kunstmagazine Contemporary And (C&) und C& America Latina
  • Cordula Ditz, Künstlerin und Absolventin der HFBK-Hamburg



Stipendium zur Förderung des künstlerisch-wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses

  • Dr. Jule Hillgärtner Direktorin Kunstverein Braunschweig
  • Till Briegleb Autor, Dramaturg und Musiker; arbeitet für das Feuilleton der SZ und für das Kunstmagazin Art
  • Peter Steckroth, Künstler des Kollektivs „Jochen Schmith“ und Absolvent der HFBK-Hamburg.

Art defies Corona: Graduate Show 2020

With a two-month delay, the Graduate Show will take place this year on the 19 and 20 September. More than 140 students will show their artistic graduation projects, from painting to sound installation. Visitors are invited to view the numerous works on site from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. A specially developed corona concept will take care of your health during this weekend. We are looking forward to your visit!

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