Participating artists are Marina Belobrovaja, Salome Egger, Ronny Hardliz and Lucie Kolb.
Parallel to the SwissGradNet Discovery Conference No.1 the research group Art, Design and Public Spheres organizes an exhibition for the first four, recently completed PhD projects from Lucerne School of Art and Design. On display are four very distinct models of a practice-based PhD: one is a perspective closely related to the individual artistic practice, another one undertakes a science-inspired attempt and a third way is a form of analytical thinking, developed starting from a specific art practice. All these projects show the many-sided ways on how practice, theory and critical thinking can gain a productive linking at art and design schools today. Furthermore, the present dissertations provide a concrete insight into the research that is done within the framework of a PhD in Practice at Lucerne School of Art and Design.
The exhibition is hosted and organized by the research group Art, Design & Public Spheres.