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How work aﬀects live, thematized by the students of the Angewandte, Vienna in an exhibition curated by Matylda Krzykowski and the MAKK Cologne.
Under the direction of Prof. Stefan Diez, the students of the Industrial Design1 department at the University of Applied Arts Vienna have been exploring current and future forms of work over the course of two semesters: While the first semester focused on the current influences on the world of work in terms of technological, economic and social changes, the second semester dealt with the production methods of these projects from the perspective of a future-oriented circular economy. This has resulted in some great work by the budding industrial designers.
WAGNER supports the students here in the implementation of various 3D printing projects and in the realization of the presentation WORK IN PROGRESS in the Temporary Gallery, which is planned for the time being in January.
The focus of WORK IN PROGRESS is the relationship of a young generation to the subject of work from the perspective of 20 students of the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The exhibition addresses the current conditions of the working environment and the related technological, economic and social challenges of this generation.
Due to the current measures in connection with the COVID-19 virus and the lockdown decided by the federal and state governments, the students have to postpone their presentation in the Temporary Gallery for the time being.
More information, including the replacement date of the exhibition, will be available soon at www.angewandte-wip.com