A cooperation between the MAK and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE

Pop-Up Exhibitions

Tue, 16.06.2020–Tue, 08.12.2020

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

In the context of the new exhibition cooperation CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE, graduates of the University of Applied Arts Vienna will perform their projects at the MAK GALLERY in five consecutive pop-up exhibitions. These projects will focus on pressing issues regarding climate, environment, sustainability, and the essential contribution of design, architecture, and art towards a new mindset for active climate care. 

The projects were selected through an invited competition in which 20 graduates of the University of Applied Arts from the last five years participated. A jury of representatives from both institutions chose the five exhibition concepts by artists from the fields of industrial design, fine arts, painting, animated film, architecture, media art and transmedia art, as well as sculpture & space. Furthermore, a graduate from the field of graphic design was assigned the task of designing the visual identity of the exhibition series.
 
At the same time, CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE is the starting point for the MAK GALLERY to permanently perform as the CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE GALLERY in the future. 

Pop-Up Exhibitions

 
Florian Semlitsch
16 June – 5 July 2020
  
Sophie Gogl
14 July – 23 August 2020
 
Chien-hua Huang
8 September – 4 October 2020
 
Martina Menegon
20 October – 8 November 2020
 
Antonia Rippel-Stefanska
17 November – 8 December 2020


Graphic design: Theresa Hattinger
Curator: Marlies Wirth, Curator Digital Culture and MAK Design Collection
 
Jury:
Advisory board of the Universitätsgalerie im Heiligenkreuzerhof (Brigitte Felderer, Cosima Rainer, Jenni Tischer, Lukas Kaufmann, Martina Schöggl, and Eva Maria Stadler), Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, General Director, MAK, and Marlies Wirth, Curator, Digital Culture and MAK Design Collection


Logo Die Angewandte

Program (8 Events)

Tue, 29.09.2020–Thu, 01.10.2020
Complete Program at the MAK

VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2020 at the MAK

Tue, 29.09.2020 6.00 pm 10.00 pm
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2020

MAK DESIGN NITE

ZERO WASTE – CIRCULAR DESIGN
Tue, 29.09.2020 6.00 pm
Vienna Design Week 2020

Guided Tour in context of the Vienna Design Week 2020

fully booked
Tue, 29.09.2020 7.00 pm
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2020 | MAK DESIGN NITE

ZERO WASTE – CIRCULAR DESIGN - Panel

ZERO WASTE – CIRCULAR DESIGN - Panel

Free admission
 

Please note

Registration is required. 
Mouth-nose protection (mnp) must be worn at all times when visiting the museum.
 
7 p.m.
Panel
What are the possibilities of using new technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence to move waste management towards recyclable cycles? How can innovative projects be created from plastic waste through smart recycling and new design strategies? What is the future of waste avoidance and what are the tasks facing non-profit associations, large companies, and each and every one of us?
 
Chien-hua Huang, architect and designer
Raphaela Egger and Florian Mikl, Plasticpreneur 
Helene Pattermann, founder/CEO, Zero Waste Austria
Florian Amon and Raphael Volkmer, Precious Plastic Vienna, Association 
Moderator: Marlies Wirth, curator, Digital Culture and MAK Design Collection
 
The panel is partly held in English.

The architect and designer Chien-hua Huang concerns himself with recyclable waste management for his exhibition in the MAK. Under the title Reform Standard, he represents a search process controlled by machine learning on the basis of drawings, physical models, and videos that, with the help of reinforcement learning and computer-produced image processing, aims at promoting a design cycle informed by materials and at transforming waste into potential resources.
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The Austrian start-up Plasticpreneur (Raphaela Egger, Sören Lex, Boris Rauter) develops and provides easily accessible, small plastic recycling machines and in this way conveys social enterprise capabilities that make it possible to convert plastic waste into new, innovative products. Their projects should contribute to the development of consciousness and inspire the founding of new social enterprises around the world.
plasticpreneur.com


Precious Plastic Vienna is an association for plastic recycling with a workshop in the WUK Vienna. A group of committed people from the fields of science, design, and environmental engineering have concerned themselves with plastic recycling in their free time since 2018. The association is committed to the principle of open source or open design and DIT (do it together) and is active on behalf of research and education on the theme of avoiding the use of and recycling plastic.
preciousplastic.wien

The team from Zero Waste Austria consists of experts from various fields relating to sustainability, waste avoidance, community work, and education. Reducing, reusing, and recycling into new products is a principle of the Zero Waste movement, which, among other things, promotes packaging-free supermarkets, but also offers seminars for companies wishing to integrate a sustainable lifestyle into their work routine.
zerowasteaustria.at
 
8 p.m.
Demonstration
Plasticpreneur by doing circular
900 000 tons of plastic waste are generated each year in Austria, more than half of it in private households. 71 percent of this waste is incinerated. Trash becomes valuable with the machines of the Austrian start-up. A “Plasticpreneur” is an entrepreneur who produces new things from old plastic—a recyclable design that contributes to avoiding waste and protecting the environment.  
 
#BYOP: Bring Your Own Plastic! 
Become a “Plasticpreneur” yourself—collect and clean your plastic and have it processed  into new objects at MAK DESIGN NITE! 

Please bring your own:
- ONLY plastic bottle caps or stoppers
- cleaned at home BEFOREHAND (washed & dried)
 
 
 
 
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Tue, 20.10.2020 6.00 pm
Exhibition Opening

Martina Menegon. when you are close to me I shiver

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Media

Creative Climate Care
Graphic design: Theresa Hattinger
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
Florian Semlitsch: Subscribe Climate Care
MAK GALLERY
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Florian Semlitsch, Subscribe Climate Care, 2020
© Florian Semlitsch
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
Florian Semlitsch: Subscribe Climate Care
MAK GALLERY
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
Florian Semlitsch: Subscribe Climate Care
MAK GALLERY
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Sophie Gogl, Without title, 2020
Mixed media
24 × 21 × 4 cm
© Verena Nagl
Sophie Gogl, Without title, 2020
Mixed media
24 × 21 × 4 cm
© Verena Nagl
Sophie Gogl, Without title, 2020
Mixed media
24 × 21 × 4 cm
© Verena Nagl
Sophie Gogl, Mood Image: Sketch by the artist, 2020
© Sophie Gogl
 
Martina Menegon, When you are close to me I shiver, 2020
© Martina Menegon
Martina Menegon, When you are close to me I shiver, 2020
© Martina Menegon
Martina Menegon, When you are close to me I shiver, 2020
© Martina Menegon
Chien-Hua Huang, Reform Standard, 2020
© Chien-Hua Huang
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE 
Sophie Gogl: Storno
Sophie Gogl, You would love it here, 2020
MAK GALLERY
© Aslan Kudrnofsky/MAK
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE 
Sophie Gogl: Storno
Sophie Gogl, Good bye lick, 2020
MAK GALLERY
© Aslan Kudrnofsky/MAK 
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE
Sophie Gogl: Storno
Sophie Gogl, we could go on a holiday, 2020
MAK GALLERY
© Aslan Kudrnofsky/MAK
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE 
Sophie Gogl: Storno
in the front: Sophie Gogl, Ultraviolence, 2020
MAK GALLERY
© Aslan Kudrnofsky/MAK 
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE 
Sophie Gogl: Storno
in the front: Sophie Gogl, You would love it here, 2020
MAK GALLERY
© Aslan Kudrnofsky/MAK
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE 
Chien-hua Huang. Reform Standard
in the front: plastic shell (Final model outcome)
MAK GALLERY
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE 
Chien-hua Huang. Reform Standard
in the front: Potato chips model (Process model)
MAK GALLERY
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
CREATIVE CLIMATE CARE 
Chien-hua Huang. Reform Standard
in the front: 3-D prints (Waste assembly simulation model, scale 1:10)
MAK GALLERY
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
Antonia Rippl-Stefanska, Still from Ordinary devotion, 2019, HD-Video Loop (with Konstantin Thiesen)
Antonia Rippl-Stefanska, Still from ulisses, 2018, HD-Video Loop (with Konstantin Thiesen)
Antonia Rippl-Stefanska, Ludmilla, 2018 

Exhibitions

A cooperation between the MAK and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Sophie Gogl: Storno

Pop-up Exhibition
iCal Tue, 14.07.2020–Sun, 23.08.2020

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

A cooperation between the MAK and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Florian Semlitsch. SUBSCRIBE CLIMATE CARE

Pop-Up Exhibition
iCal Tue, 16.06.2020–Sun, 05.07.2020

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

A cooperation between the MAK and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Antonia Rippel-Stefanska

Pop-up Exhibition
iCal Tue, 17.11.2020–Tue, 08.12.2020

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

A cooperation between the MAK and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Martina Menegon. when you are close to me I shiver

Pop-up Exhibition
iCal Tue, 20.10.2020–Sun, 08.11.2020

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

A cooperation between the MAK and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Chien-hua Huang: Reform Standard

Pop-up Exhibition
iCal Tue, 08.09.2020–Sun, 04.10.2020

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

A cooperation between the MAK and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Sophie Gogl: Storno

Pop-up Exhibition
iCal Tue, 14.07.2020–Sun, 23.08.2020

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts