Anja Nolte felt very honored to be commissioned by the Leo Beck Foundation and Dialogperspektiven (www.dialogueperspectives.org/de/) to create an art video for the CPPD's conference Erinnerungsfutur. CPPD (Coalition for Pluralistic Public Discourse) is a network of discourse-shaping young people from diverse backgrounds who work and research on issues of pluralistic memory culture and diversity in a variety of ways.
Anja's film Memofur - part of the conference Erinnerungsfutur - cites in an abstracted form moments and places of memory culture: the Armenian genocide memorial Aghet, the stone flower memorial for the Roma killed in the concentration camp Jasenovac, "Jad" swaying in the grass field, the so-called Torah pointers.... With her work, she wants to trigger associations and open up space for the viewer's own interpretation and memory. www.dialogueperspectives.org/de/blog/video-arbeit-memofur/
Based on her front design for the salad bar in Munich-Schwabing, for which Anja Nolte also recreated the mascot of the Sbar - a Mexican-looking mini-lego figure - in 3D, Anja created Mexican visual worlds and provided the little Mexican with her own creation, the charming Takita. A virtual visit of the figures at the Berlin Wall invites to an Augmented Reality Experience. The animations are used for promotion and online presentation of the SBar. More SALAD BOWL on Vimeo.
January 28th, 2022
The exhibition 'Friedrich Dürrenmatt - Caricatures' at the Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel, Switzerland also features works from Anja Nolte's graphic novel 'The Visit of the Old Lady' (2015). The exhibition opened on January 15 and will be on view until Mail 15, 2022.
"With the Adobe Aero project "Krodita", Anja Nolte has created a 3D art figure that can be visually placed in ever new contexts by the user and can be used playfully, politically or even artistically."
Markus Linden, Journalist, PAGE, Design Magazine
Zuiderlicht Agency for strategy and design - entrusted with the graphic and illustrative design for the ‚relaunch‘ of the Centre Céramique – turned to Stang Gubbels for cooperation with this challenge. Stang developed an enormous set of black and white illustrations that incorporate all kinds of aspects of the city's past, present and future. They can be seen on the 40 meter long vide fencing, play elements, presentation booths (Van Lieshout), lighting fixtures, rear walls, etc. The Stang 'fall protection' consists of 40 panels. Each panel contains elements of Maastricht's present, past and future and is a voyage of discovery in itself.
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As part of the exhibition Friedrich Dürrenmatt – Karikaturen, the Kurpfälzische Museum Heidelberg is showing Anja Nolte's artistic interpretation of the famous classic The Visit by Friedrich Dürrenmatt. The work was commissioned for a special edition of the Swiss cultural magazine Du.
Anja Nolte is delighted about the recognition she received from the US Journal of Art & Design, the CREATIVE QUATERLY - awarded for an artwork, for which Anja created the virtual reality software 'Laborame' as well as a freely invented test report on it, both published in 'Das Büro Magazin'. More information at: https://anjanolte.com/portfolio/laborame/
As part of the 'Design TO', an attractive 4-week design event in Toronto, the Gallery Botté is exhibiting works by Jean-Christian Knaff and Claude Miceli. Exhibits include carpets made in India, paintings on Iranian carpets and sculptures. The exhibition runs until 26 January 2020.
Jean-Manuel Duvivier realized lately a series of illustrations for the Wall Street Journal's Best Books of the Year review, a cover for the National Real Estate Investor about the culture of sharing, a number of images aimed at children for the Rosewood Hotels and Resorts as well as a visual of a cowboy and revolver for Les éditions Mango.
Ingo Fast - GLS Bank
Ingo Fast illustrated the topics Im Dickicht der Weltrettung (In the thicket of world salvation) and ‚Die Mobilitätswende kommt vernetzt oder gar nicht (The mobility shift is coming networked or not at all) for the clients magazine Bankenspiegel of the German environmental GLS Bank.
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