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in the space, meets the visitor on eye level and lets him experience new points of view. ‘(Art) europallet’ deals with the fact that the daily carrier, which represents standardization in contemporary European culture, is turned into a migrant protagonist...’ (Comment by the jury)
3rd prize
Valerie Keusch (Interior Design and Scenography, Academy of Art and Design, FHNW, Basel)
Contemporary Witness Olivetti M40kr. An emotional journey through four typewritten letters addressing the end of the Second World War
‘The Olivetti M40kr. typewriter composes the core of the exhibi- tion and represents the starting point of a journey through four letters re- ferring to the end of the Second World War. The four letters from different persons of diverse nationalities make it possible for the same historical event to be experienced from different and surprising perspectives which is one of the basic ideas of the EMEE project.’ (Comment by the jury)
4th prize
Victoria Orrom (Interior Design and Scenography, Academy of Art and Design, FHNW, Basel)
Cultures transforming value
‘The project presents Europe-Asian trade relations during the 18th century, stressing the unfamiliar insight that Europe tried to copy Chi- nese originals and techniques. It's about the value of the core exhibit – a porcelain chinoiserie –, from different perspectives of culture, tradition,
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