Babylon Design School

Blue Sky Research, Action Design & Art

Hunting Area — for Art-Hunters-Gatherers and Collectors
Jagdgebiet — für Kunstjäger & Sammler
2011, University of Applied Arts Vienna

An ›Action Design Team‹ consisting of graphic design students initiated, designed and managed an online shop for art and design from students of the University of Applied Arts Vienna. www.jagdgebiet.at ⤑


Call for Entries
All students from the university were invited to submit. The international jury consisted of professionals from the artistic disciplines design, photography, fine arts, media art, fashion, architecture, music and literature.




Promotion
The promotion campaign included flyers, posters, shopping bags, stand-up displays, PR material, etc.






Online exhibition
Design, photography, fine arts, fashion, architecture, music — Jagdgebiet was exhibited prominently in a pop-up window on the homepage of dieAngewandte ⤑ and in its own web gallery ⤑






Online Shop
From 1 Dec –24 Dec 2011




JurorInnen: Zita Bereuter leitet bei FM4 die Literaturredaktion und berichtet über Gestalten und Gestaltung, Wien — Heidulf Gerngross Architekt, Künstler, Herausgeber der Kulturzeitschrift ST/A/R, Wien — Petar Petrov Modedesigner, Angewandte-Alumni, Wien — Christoph Priglinger Co-Gründer des Blogs vvork.com, Alumni, Wien — Stefan Sagmeister Designer, New York — Sonderjurorin: Izumi Kuratorin, Gallery éf, Tokyo — Juryvorsitz: Elisabeth Schimana Komponistin, Performerin, Radio Künstlerin, Institut für Medienarchäologie, Wien

Project team: Francesco Ciccolella, Stephan Göschl, Gerhard Jordan, Tobias Egger, Nadja Sailer, Pia Steidl Selected artists: Andorrer, Charlie Allen, Luna Al-Mousli, Siegfried Baumgartner, Ralf Edelmann, Emanuel Ehgartner, Bernhard Fuchs, Ursula Gaisbauer, Olivier Hölzl, Suzie Léger, Matthias Noggler, Lukas Novak, Tamara Novak, Maximilian Pramatarov, Nicole Prutsch, Jakob Schieche, Natasa Siencnik, Marlene Stoisser, Céline Struger, Konrad Strutz, SUPERSUPE Inc., Thomas Wagensommerer, Reinhold Zisser Project lead: Univ.-Lekt. Elisabeth Kopf