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  • Experimentelle Illustration

    Joyce-Kwitschinski

  • Experimentelle Illustration

    Annabel-Bengsch

  • Experimentelle Illustration

    Joyce-Kwitschinski

University of Applied Sciences Europe Students Enchant with Their Work

Venture a look into the realm of the small, hidden paradise CREDULA or through a mysterious gate, which leads into the land DALURINN. Imaginary worlds let our fantasies bloom. We flee into a distant and foreign, existing or invented world and leave the everyday world behind.

In the course “Experimental Illustration,” students explored their own invented continents. These are “imaginary worlds” created with scratch art, transfer, linocut and oil painting. In the exhibition of these works, seven imaginary worlds reveal their visual mysteries.

To see the exhibition, you need to be near Altona Children’s Hospital. The exhibition is being held at the Ronald McDonald House adjacent to it. Parents can live there to be near their seriously ill children during hospital stays. The exhibition allows them and their children, along with everyone else, a brief time out from the everyday by traveling to a new world.

Artists: (2nd Semester)
Annabel Carmen Bengsch
Maike Bürger
Joyce Kwitschinski
Carolin Meyering
Jonina Reiß
Lilli Schakinnis
Leonie Stelzner

When: Exhibition from January 22, likely until the end of April 2018
Where: Ronald McDonald House with Oasis Hamburg-Altona, Bleickenallee 38, 22763 Hamburg
Opening hours: Wednesdays from 17:00-18:00

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