As part of Vienna Design Week 2023 AIL and ARTist, the alumni association of the University of Applied Arts, put up for sale a selection of works and Supersachen (awesome things) by former students.
Around 100 pieces of work – ranging from design objects, artworks, products, unique pieces and small editions – from 41 alumni were presented in this pop up shop project.
The leading questions are: What do former students work on these days? What ‘treasure’ do you want to take with you? Which Angewandte souvenir could you pick? Where do special editions, unique items, test products and side projects end up? Which works of art are in search of a new home and might be the cornerstones of a new and singular art and design collection?
With contributions by:
Georg Adam, Zeynep Aksöz und Mark Balzar, Sonja Bischur, Laura Dominici, Lara Erel, Bernhard Faiss, Juliane Fink, Max Freund, Jakob Glasner, Simone Göstl (sicago), Martin Grödl & Moritz Resl (Process Studio), Theresa Hattinger, Anna Holly (hollyaroh), Norma Kiskan, Matthias Krinzinger, Daniela Kröhnert (DARK), Ivana Lazić, Julia Neckel, Silvia Pachler, Wolfgang M. Pachler, Nayeun Park, Kerstin Pfleger und Peter Paulhart (Reduce Design), Johanna Pichlbauer, Simon Platzgummer, Jakob Posch (Aito), Katja Protchenko, Mona Rith, Hedwig Rotter, Simon Sailer, Georg Sampl, Emanuel Scheib, Laura Schreiber, Vanessa Schreiner, Alessia Scuderi, Raphael Volkmer und Max Scheidl, zusammen mit Julian Jankovic und Florian Schäfer (FANTOPLAST), Astrid Seme, Szidonia Szep, Tanja Taborin, Valerie Tiefenbacher, Vera Wiedermann, Bettina Willnauer, Petra Zimmermann, Sicc.Zine (Lukas Brunner, Merlin Dickie Marlene Heidinger, Silvia Knödlstorfer, Lenz Mosbacher, Miryana Sarandeva)
This ‘Werkshop’ is supposed to act as a blueprint for similar future editions that will take place on a regular basis and might become an integral part of the University of Applied Arts.
All images: Paul Pibernig
Project management and concept:
Eva Weber, Edda Thürriedl
Display Architecture: Wolfgang Fiel
Graphic Design Display: Atelier Dreibholz