44flavours — Teaching in Salzburg!

Teaching in Salzburg!

Posted by SB on April 26th 2016 in Talk/Lecture, Workshop

This week we’ll be teaching at the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg again. 
The students were asked to build chain reactions, that will tell a story within the large theme of sustainable ideas and connections.
Today is the second day and after a long day of briefing, inspiration and exchange of ideas everybody gets quite active now building and trying things. We’re very curious about what they will come up with! Stay tuned!

44flavours — Talk! At Kunsthochschule Weissensee :)

Talk! At Kunsthochschule Weissensee :)

Posted by JR on December 14th 2015 in talk, Talk/Lecture

We happy to be invited to talk about our work on wednesday at 5pm at Kunsthochschule Weissensee.
The talk will be held within the context of the series of lectures by the name of sprechen über.


44flavours — CAPTCHA!


Posted by JR on August 26th 2015 in Exhibitions, talk, Talk/Lecture, Workshop

Attention! CAPTCHA!
We’re happy to take part of the amazing Captcha Design festival in Mannheim.
We were invited there to talk about our work and to give a workshop.
We will be building an installation with the workshop participants, which will eventually be shown at Mannheimer Kunstverein on Friday the 4th of September at 7pm.





44flavours — Kunstherbst für Kids at Naturkunde Museum

Kunstherbst für Kids at Naturkunde Museum

Posted by JR on September 30th 2014 in Talk/Lecture, Work in progress, Workshop

For the last 3 years we have been an active part of the Kunstherbst für Kids project. It’s something that we really enjoy, not only because we think that working with kids is inspiring – which btw. we do – but also because it gives us the opportunity to work in some of the most exciting museums in Berlin. After having worked at the Deutsches Historisches Museum and Martin Gropius Bau, this time we were invited to the Naturkunde Museum. The workshop lasted for 3 days and included a group of kids between the ages of 9 and 11. Read more in the  article , that I wrote for IDOART.