From June 18–22, 2018, the Klasse Digitale Grafik from the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg occupies K,. Working at the intersection of graphic design and digital culture, this group will transform the physical and online interfaces of K, into forums for experimenting with aspects of digital exhibition making.

During this period, a set of interdisciplinary projects serve as starting points for considering multiple questions: What tensions emerge in physical exhibition spaces between artworks in and about the internet? Which forms of digital representation, collection, and organization manifest themselves in contemporary display strategies? How can individual practitioners make digital infrastructures visible, and with which current economic and social factors must artists, exhibition makers, and institutions contend?

Every day, a different guest will be invited to discuss these and other questions. The conversations are open to the public. Simultaneously, the website will reflect and extend the workshop’s activities as a virtual display.

Guests and Dates:
18 June 18, 6pm !Mediengruppe Bitnik (Artists’ collective)
19 June 18, 6pm Tina Sauerländer (Curator)
20 June 18, 2pm Studio Miessen, Markus Miessen & Zoë Ritts (Architects and authors)
21 June 18, 6pm Lukas Eigler-Harding (Designer and developer)