Unboxed - Virtual 360° Gallery - Online Bachelor Exhibition 2020
Unboxed - this is the title of this year's Exhibition of the Bachelor Students in the fields of Photography, Graphic Design and Fashion. During their "Major Project" they jointly present their projects in a Vrtual Exhibition - and you can join them live! On 23.05.2020 from 17:00 CET we will open our "virtual" doors.
Photo: © Alistair Fuller, "Untitled, London 2019"
It all startet with the image ‘Untitled, London 2019’ by Alistair Fuller, which was selected as an inspiration for the bachelor personal major Project modules, with the expectation of a physical exhibition in Berlin.
Due to the international Corona Virus pandemic in early 2020, many of the projects on display in the virtual exhibition have been reconceived and recreated.
"The Photography, Fashion and Graphic Design Students have exceeded all expectation. They had been preparing in a traditional exhibition framework. Rather than postponing their studies at a time of a pandemic outbreak they adapt and adopt to online methods. The virtual gallery is a modern way to present their creative work online."
said Alistrair Fuller, Course leader for both the BA Photography and Graphic Design degree programmes as well as Exhibition Director for the annual degree show.
Photo: © Georgia Skontzou BA Graphic Design
The title "unboxed" was decided by the Graphic Design Berlin group in January to represent unleashing creative talent. The title seems more effective now as lockdown easing slowly begins.
The poster was created by Georgia Skontzou (BA Graphic Design Cologne) and the instagram push was designed and spearheaded by BA Photography in Berlin and Cologne. www.instagram.com/ba.exhibition
"The work we see in our online show here, demonstrates the student’s loyalty and commitment to their studies, themselves and indeed each other. I would like to thank the Module leaders and Students alike. I would like to extend my thanks to the Academic Development and Administration team who have embraced the concept and made this adventurous Virtual Reality exhibition possible."