The show proposes works not being exhibited — but rather exposed. This act of exposure unfolds not only through traditional means of looking but as inverted relations between the work and its viewer, in which agency belongs to both. The exposition embodies this through time, as visitors navigate an altered reality and become parts of the scenography.
During this last semester, the topology of communication was reoriented because of the Covid-19 crisis. The physical restrictions that followed resulted in the closing of the university, forcing us to move all communication to the digital. As we existed in a loop of domiciled isolation, former means of interaction were re-established through the platform of Microsoft Teams. Accepting this challenge, we explored and experimented with the platform, attempting to examine the tensions between the digital and physical in a time of crisis.
Graduating students are:
Argitxu Etchebarne , Christopher Dake-Outhet, Harpa Hrund Pálsdóttir, Lu Li, Malgorzata Kowasz, Sveinn Steinar Benediktsson
Graduation project teachers:
Helga Lára Halldórsdóttir, Hallgerður G Hallgrímsdóttir, Kolbrún Þóra Löve, Marteinn Sindri Jónsson
MA Design, Explorations and Translations program director:
Kolbrún Þóra Löve