TURN THE TIDE (if you turn the tide you can change things to the better) – Only those who have the courage to change things can change them for the better. The Bachelor and Master graduates of the University of Europe for Applied Sciences cordially invite you to two special exhibitions for the study programmes Film & Motion Design, Illustration, Photography, Communication Design, Game Design, Visual & Experience Design and Innovation Design Management: archiv.ue-germany.com/exhibition. For the virtual exhibition, the Faculty of Art & Design will open its Berlin campus on Friday 28/01/2022 and the Hamburg campus on Friday 04/02/2022. We invite friends of art and design to take this important step with us and explore the final projects of our Bachelor and Master graduates from Hamburg, Berlin and the Innovation Hub in Potsdam.
The graduates commented on their motto TURN THE TIDE, which symbolises the spirit of a turbulent era. The graduation, in the form of this significant event, presents us with new challenges and tasks on the different paths we will take. Our motto reflects the inner intentions, which are crucial for us. With this in mind, we celebrate the vernissage with a new spirit of optimism.
Turn the Tide
Friday, 28/01/2021 (Berlin)
Friday, 04/02/2021 (Hamburg)
Aflissah Yoshua, Baldwin Ferenc Bela, Bartsch Laura, Breckwoldt Luca, Bull Theresa, Choi Euncho, De Groot Sarah, Dehmel Beatrix, Dueñas Alessandra, Fehr Vincent Marvin, Glienke Antonia, Groß Sina, Haupt Marla, Hayduk Laureen, Hendel Hero, Höhnk Niklas, Jahnke Jon, Jahns Lukas, Karapiperi Maria, Katz Christian, Kossmann Felix, Lehmann Olivia, Mayerhofer Lea, Medovyy Michael, Mensing Anna, Moscher Oliver, Mucks Marieke Müller Jacqueline, Nikolajeva Margarita, Reichelt Sophia, Reichert Tim, Reinhard Michelle Remstädt Sophie, Repetilo Roman, Schnebbe Andra, Schneider Sabine, Schümann Franziska Struck Frederike, Teschemacher Monalea, Thiele Vanessa, Wolf Sarah, Zur Linde Franziska
Amit Heyman, Ana Govc, Anna Lena Hoyler, Annalena Schulz, Ben-Kevin Domke, Cagatay Aydin ,Carla Rother, Carlo Dominic Soots Chávez, Carmel Alabassi ,Chantal Marie Biwersi ,Christopher Bukal Chilicuisa, Cindy Köhler, Cristina Manuele, Deren Saylik, Dilara Yildirim, Donghoon Kang, Emilia Holstein, Emily Kammüller, Francesca Fromme, Frederic Wendt, Frederik Willmann, Giulia Roncari, Gjemel Likaj, Hariharan Anpalagan, Helen Gillert, Iona Liddle, Isabel De Urquia Lara, Jacqueline Shanice Ludwig, Jawad Srour, Jennifer Presche, Jordan Murphy, Julia Oram, Juliane Riediger, Laura Maria Görner, Laura Meckelburg, Léo Rey, Lina Krug, Lorenz Weiland, Louis Adejumo, Mara Stäbert, Marco TapiaSaavedra, Marian Himburg, Marta Abadia Garcia,Mathias Voigt, Maxim Adejumo, Maximilian Kinney, Melis Celikel, Merle Cooper, Milena Gerber, Mona Schüler, Narmina Velidzanov, Natalie Davis,Nhat Ha Tran, Nicolas Vogelbusch, Oskar Frabrity, Ousama Andari, Phillip Oliver Gordziel, Robert Ritter, Robin Vanessa Struss, Samartha Ingle, Saskia Schäfer, Selma Radzivanovich Rodriguez, Shir Zilberstein, Süveyda Halici, Teona Kokhodze, Theodore Corallo-Titus, Tilia Dahlke, Tim Bentlin, Tino Liesen, Tung Cao, Ülkü Dilan Güzel, Weam Al-Kubati, Xinyi Tan, Yunxu Sang
Alrabadi Taimour Bashar Eid, Alzeyat Ahmed, Arango De LarraÑaga Felipe, Chukwuebuka Emenike, Cordeiro Moraes Juliana, Dessimoz Maria Denise, Elliott Charis Allene, Freitas Thays, Ghadirinasab Arefeh, Hoy Katherine, Iregui Acosta Carmen Elisa, Jagadeesh Karri, Jantarsook Suteemon, Ka Wing Vivian Lu, Kabirimajd Sepehr, Kassab Maria, Kaur Amandeep, Kim Jungwon, Krastev Martina, Ladrón de Guevara Baeza Jedibe Halit, Liu Yan, Singh Aryan Tsang Ka Pik, Wagler Rachelle
Innovation Hub MA (Potsdam)
Abdulla Elkiswani, Abel Kesen Mathew, Abhishek Pal, Adviye Dermus, Akshay Lathiya, Amal Kattekuzhiyil Biju, Amrita Dutt, Binoy Babu, Elena Del, Elisa Roldan Restrepo, Hannah Raikes, Jairo Mauricio Abad Machado, Jesse William Hammond Metcalfe, Lara Waked, Manasi Rajendra Pandkar Manvi, Natalia Gomez, Nippun Bhalla, Nishanth Kumar Palahalli Kumar, Petra Varkonyi, Riya Choudhary, Ruben Babu, Satyaki Yadav, Sheilla Najjuko, Xiru Wang
A hybrid vernissage and exhibition is planned for the first time. Both the vernissage and exhibtions are open to everyone and can be viewed digitally – thanks to the ArchivUE platform, all the students' works can now also be presented permanently to the public and the professional world. The diverse topics not only reflect the zeitgeist in our shaken world, but also deal with topics that have not yet been discussed but are becoming more significantly relevant.
With the now successfully established platform ArchivUE, an innovative, cross-locational and technically sophisticated archive has been created in which the final theses and projects of the students of the Department of Art & Design are collected and presented on a long-term basis. In addition to an exhibition architecture, the platform is supported by an AI (artificial intelligence) and intelligent search function. The expansion of the collection of previous graduates, as well as student works with renowned cooperation partners and national and international award-winning works are now also presented on this platform.
In this graduation year, a group of UE students and alumni have joined the research project for the fourth time under the direction of the artistic-scientific staff members Evelyn Solinski and Steffen Klaue and Prof. Dr. Lauritz Lipp. Together with students Amit Heyman, Pia Roespel and alumni Dennis Josek and Alexander Mosorow, they have further developed the ArchivUE platform.
Turn the Tide shows how the artists express and develop themselves, and stand for a new form of togetherness.