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Excursion 1

Les sentiments positivés

with Ma­thieu La­van­chy and Jonas Mar­guet
Goe­thea­num­hü­gel, Dor­nach

De­scrip­ti­on
The Goe­thea­num­hü­gel in Dor­nach has been of great im­port­an­ce for one of Mat­t­hieu La­van­chy and Jonas Mar­guets most re­cent work. Es­pe­cial­ly its gar­dens with a great di­ver­si­ty of ho­me­o­pa­thic herbs were a star­ting point for a se­ries of pho­tos with the title Les sen­ti­ments po­si­ti­ves. The ex­cur­si­on in Dor­nach is a visit to a place of in­spi­ra­ti­on and distrac­tion, and Mat­t­hieu La­van­chy and Jonas Mar­guet asked Ro­zan­ne Hart­mann, to join them as a guide.

http://​matthieulavanchy.​com/​works/​les-sentiments-positives

Excursion 2

Türkischer Markt in Kreuzkölln, Maybachufer, Berlin

with Laend Phu­eng­kit and Mar­ti­na Smol­jo

De­scrip­ti­on
Laend Phu­eng­kit and Mar­ti­na Smol­jo are cur­rent­ly ex­pe­ri­men­ting on a new col­la­bo­ra­ti­on for a se­ries of bags. Li­ving and working in Ber­lin, Laend Phu­eng­kit often se­ar­ches the Tür­ki­scher Markt in the area of Kreuz­kölln for dif­fe­rent sorts of ma­te­ri­al, es­pe­cial­ly fa­bric. 

The ex­cur­si­on will start in Laend Phu­eng­kits stu­dio in Kreuz­berg, and end with a stroll through the mar­ket at the May­bach­ufer.

http://​www.​laendphuengkit.​com/​

Excursion 3

Préparation pour un miracle

with Eric An­der­sen
Ca­ba­ret Vol­taire, Zu­rich

De­scrip­ti­on
A visit to Eric An­der­sens ex­hi­bi­ti­on of pos­ters at the Ca­ba­ret Vol­taire. Eric An­der­sen ex­plains the selec­tion and his work as a de­si­gner and prin­ter - ca­sual­ly gui­ding through the ex­hi­bi­ti­on.

http://​ericandersen.​ch/​
http://​www.​cabaretvoltaire.​ch/​

Excursion 4

Designing the probably fastest running shoe in the world

with Thilo Alex Brun­ner
Ate­lier 2, Neu­gas­se 151, Zu­rich

De­scrip­ti­on
The de­ve­lop­ment of a per­for­mance run­ning shoe is a much more com­plex than one might think. Thilo Alex Brun­ner gives an in­sight into the de­ve­lop­ment pro­cess and talks about the use of dif­fe­rent ma­te­ri­als, the joys and trou­bles of working with pro­duc­tion in asia - about the am­bi­ti­ons and achie­ve­ments in the de­sign of run­ning shoes in ge­ne­ral.

http://​www.​thiloalexbrunner.​ch/​

Excursion 5

Work in progress ‒ Studio Visit

with Ca­ro­li­ne An­drin

De­scrip­ti­on
Ca­ro­li­ne An­drins re­se­arch in­vol­ves the ma­nu­fac­tu­ring pro­cess, and more in par­ti­cu­lar the cas­ting of porce­lain slip. Tra­di­tio­nal­ly porce­lain is cast in plas­ter moulds - Ca­ro­li­ne An­drin pre­fers to use moulds that leave a trace on the final ob­ject. To that end, she uses ob­jects of our ever­y­day en­vi­ron­ment, ob­jects that we wear or use.

In her stu­dio these pro­ces­ses are most ap­pa­rent, the ob­jects she collects and works with are gathe­red here.

http://​carolineandrin.​com/​

Excursion 6

Evening class ‒ Editorial Design

with Lu­do­vic Bal­land

De­scrip­ti­on
As gra­phic and ty­po­gra­phic de­si­gner Lu­do­vic Bal­land works most often on prin­ted mat­ters. 'Edi­to­ri­al de­sign' has be­co­me a term to de­scri­be such work, in­di­ca­ting that there is more to ma­king prin­ted mat­ters, books, than only choo­sing type and lay­out. Edi­to­ri­al de­sign may in­clu­de edi­to­ri­al de­ci­si­ons, re­gar­ding the nar­ra­ti­ve struc­tu­re. The eve­ning is de­di­ca­ted to ques­ti­ons and an­s­wers around what Edi­to­ri­al De­sign could and should be, and what the role of the de­si­gner is wi­t­hin this field.

http://​www.​ludovic-balland.​ch/​

Excursion 7

Rokfor ‒ der, die, das

with Gina Lisa Bu­cher, Urs Hofer, Ra­fa­el Koch
Cor­ner Col­le­ge, Zu­rich

De­scrip­ti­on
On the oc­ca­si­on of a pre­sen­ta­ti­on at Cor­ner Col­le­ge in Zu­rich, Gina Lisa Bu­cher, Urs Hofer, Ra­fa­el Koch ex­plain Rok­for, their col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve pro­ject in­vol­ving re­se­arch, edi­to­ri­al, de­sign and pro­gramming pro­ces­ses. Being de­ve­l­o­ped in, at least, two stu­di­os, in two ci­ties, over­lap­ping tra­di­tio­nal­ly spe­cia­li­sed fiel­ds, the pre­sen­ta­ti­on of Rok­for has all the po­ten­ti­al to launch an in­te­res­ting dis­cus­sion about how these pro­ces­ses of re­se­arch, edit­ing and de­sign can be re­thought and re­mi­xed.

http://​www.​rokfor.​ch/​
http://​www.​corner-college.​com/​

Excursion 8

Turning pages

with the Café So­cie­ty 
(An­t­hon Astrom, Lukas Zim­mer)

De­scrip­ti­on
The Café So­cie­ty works on the topic of on-screen rea­ding/wri­ting. They crea­te frame­works - rule sets - based on how rea­ding, wri­ting and or­ga­niza­t­i­on of textu­al in­for­ma­ti­on could work dif­fer­ent­ly. As our daily rea­ding ha­b­its chan­ge, so must our wri­ting ha­b­its and the way we com­mu­ni­ca­te, and ul­ti­mate­ly the way we think.
As part of the de­sign ex­cur­si­on se­ries 'Go where your heart is'--for this visit tit­led 'Turning Pages'--the spot­light will be on Lines. Star­ting off with a talk on the in­spi­ra­ti­on and ideas be­hind the pro­ject, and fi­nis­hing with an open dis­cus­sion re­gar­ding the po­ten­ti­al not only of Lines, but of al­ter­na­ti­ve wri­ting stra­te­gies in general.​If you feel like al­re­a­dy joi­ning the dis­cus­sion, visit http://​thecafesociety.​org/​talklines
http://​thecafesociety.​org/​pages/​
http://​enterthewoods.​com/​

Excursion 9

Tree-hugging

with A-C-E 
(Ar­nault Weber, Ca­mil­le Blin, Em­ma­nu­el Mbes­sé)
Bus-stop Mon­the­ron, La Râpe‎, Lau­sanne

De­scrip­ti­on
As our pro­ject grew up in the Swiss fo­rest, we thought it was the time to pay a tri­bu­te to it.
Let's meet then in Mon­the­ron for a healthy ex­pe­ri­ence. Ever­y­bo­dy's warm­ly wel­co­me.

http://​www.​a-c-e.​ch