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Wafting Curtains
Distorted Plausibilities: On the Dialogue of World Realities and Belief Systems
    Textile Installation, Photographic Staging, Thesis Master of Arts

    What's hidden behind the veil?
    Unveiling the Truth
    Web of Truth and Fiction
    » Knitting the Monster's Socks «

     Burgeoning conspiracy theories are crucial factors that provoke extreme division in society and impede reflective discourse between opposing camps. To maintain a pragmatic perspective on the issue, I take conspiracy as a phenomenon that causes social segregation.
    The project invites us to step back and to focus on the space of plausibilities that is opened up by changing belief systems. Visually communicating the theme not only reflects on emerging tensions of different world realities, but invites a reflected dialogue in which plausibilities are negotiated anew.
    In this I argue for the hypothesis that conspiracy must become visible in order to lose its appeal and allow for a discourse at eye-level

    With
Prof. Dr. Sarah Owens, Dr. phil. Burkard Meltzer, Elisa Lohmüller, Jana Schwarzfischer, Cameron Alexander, Norman Altkorn, Rahel Tamuril, Kathleen Shaw
     Zurich University of the Arts
    ©2023 Zurich, Switzerland
Distorted Plausibilities: On the Dialogue of World Realities and Belief Systems
Distorted Plausibilities: On the Dialogue of World Realities and Belief Systems
Distorted Plausibilities: On the Dialogue of World Realities and Belief Systems
Distorted Plausibilities: On the Dialogue of World Realities and Belief Systems
Brand Identity With Special Attention to Material and Texture
    Gestaltist was a design collective that emerged out of a scholarship programme for alumnae in 2020. Together, Celine Altkorn and Annabel Ruschke explored the intersection of media and industrial design and brought them together by establishing their own creative practice.
    The main focus at Gestaltist was the visual communication for start-ups and young brands that, like Gestaltist, were in the process of establishing themselves in their industries. Working together with young experts of scientific and technological fields opened up spaces for huge creativity and inspiratorial exchange.
    This project shows Gestaltist’s visual identity encompassing printed matters such as business cards and samples of letter heads.

    With
Annabel Ruschke
©2020/21 Frankfurt, Germany
Brand Identity With Special Attention to Material and Texture
Brand Identity With Special Attention to Material and Texture
»Persona« is an exploratory series of fashionable portraits
    With
Ewan Simmons
©2023 Zurich, Switzerland
Exploration of Food Transformation Processes
    This project investigates fermentation methods that stand in correlation to versatile contexts of life. It deals with thoughts about what we take from conservation methods for our own life and consciousness. Ultimately the philosophical approach towards fermentation reflects on our attitude towards the models of coexistence.
    The process of fermentation equals as a symbol for interconnectedness and thus the trinity of nature, animal and humanity. Every microbe, every seed, every animal and every human-being is part of an unimaginably large unit. If we take the earth as a whole and as one living system humanity is such a small-tiled module to consider.

    UMPRUM Academy of the Arts, Architecture and Design
    ©2021/22 Prague, Czech Republic