Structures of exhibitions emerge on different levels, including architecture, graphic-, spacial- and media-design plus planning and organisation. The workshop highlights various aspects of exhibition design, which interlock and presuppose each other. The spectrum of theses aspects range from conceptual preliminary considerations to details within design realisation, such as surface and materiality. The 3-day-workshop focusses on this framework, but also covers thematic exhibition visits including guided tours as well as practical tasks.
Johanna Ziemann, born 1983, studied Exhibition Design (MA) at University of the Arts Berlin, Interior Architecture (BA) at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle/Saale, Interior Design (BA Hons) at Bournemouth University and Art & Design in London. Lecturer on the issue »exhibition design«, tutor in the field »basics of exhibition design« under Professor Ulrich Schwarz at the UdK. Employee at gewerkdesign, specialist field - exhibition design; Pankrath Windisch Berlin, specialist field - interior architecture. Various freelance projects. Currently: exhibition designer at Bertron Schwarz Frey in Berlin.
Hanno Schabacker, born 1981, studied Graphic Design in Freiburg im Breisgau, with a scholarship, graduated with distinction (red dot award). Worked in various companies in Germany and Switzerland, focusing on Editorial Design, Exhibition Design and Corporate Design. At the moment he is a graphic designer for concept and security graphic design at the Federal Printing Office in Berlin. Member of the Type Directors Club New York, also member of the LBA association, as well as Munich Typographic Society.