After three weeks of intensive academic activities, most of the ECLA community embarked on a three-day excursion to the Harz region that began early on Friday, October 23. First stop was Magdeburg, a small city by the Elbe River with quite a number of interesting examples of medieval architecture, as well as more modern buildings.
Screaming babies, dark hallways, heartbeats, water, broken TVs, shouts and singers. The first exhibition for the installation module that took place on Wednesday October 21 filled the air with a medley of different sounds that moved the visitors emotionally through the provocation of contrasting moods. The tour consisted of eight different studios, each presenting a
In spite of the fact that it was first developed ninety years ago, and that the art school only existed for fourteen years, Bauhaus never gets old. There is always something new to discuss about one of the greatest schools of modernity. As part of the Berlin Weekend program, on Friday October 2, a group