What does the yellow of daffodils sound like?
How do plants debate the climate crisis?
What erotic magazines do fruit read?

The final projects of this year's Kunstschule Liechtenstein foundation course revolve around these and other questions. We are eagerly awaiting the results of this exploration of the world of plants.

As part of a studio week, foundation course students at Kunstschule Liechtenstein are setting up their final projects in the Seitenlichtsaal from 22 to 26 June 2020. The final presentation takes place on 27 June 2020. Afterwards, the works can be viewed during the opening hours of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein until 5 July 2020. Admission to the Seitenlichtsaal is free.

Owing to the current situation, the start of the Parliament of Plants exhibition, that would have included this cooperation, has been postponed until September. The final projects from the Kunstschule Liechtenstein foundation course are a point of entry into this subject.

 

The Kunstschule Liechtenstein is a place for art, design and innovation. Dedicated teachers pursue the aim of fostering the creative talents and skills of their students, helping them to develop a well-rounded character. The school's offerings include wide-ranging, qualified lessons with tried-and-tested practical relevance for children, young people and adults. The school, founded in 1993, attaches special importance to long-term cooperations with cultural and educational facilities and companies in the country and abroad.

 

More pictures to this exhibition

  • Beyond the Garden Wall
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Beyond the Garden Wall
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Beyond the Garden Wall
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Beyond the Garden Wall
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Beyond the Garden Wall
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li