“Glass – hand formed matter” is an international project supported by art schools, glassworks and cultural institutions. The project aims to explore new perspectives for manual glass production in Germany and Europe. Glass craftsmen, artists, designers and students have been brought together to reinterpret and further develop the thousand-year-old craft: glass making. The exhibition includes participants from Germany, Finland and Sweden. Both art objects and conceptual glass design are shown here, but also a film that describes the process behind it.
The exhibition is a traveling exhibition which during the summer of 2022 was shown at The Bröhan Museum, Berlin in Germany, in the autumn of 2022 it is shown with us at The Glass Factory and then continues to The Finnish Glass Museum, Riihimäki in Finland in the spring of 2023.
Elif Cak, Karl-Ferdinand Ludwig Neukirch, Nick Geipel, Anton Richter, Jungwoon Lee, Anne Hirvonen, Henrieke Neumeyer, Laura Görs, Paul Flanders, Milla Vainio, Yanshan Ou, Thalea Schmalenberg, Julian Ribler, Simon Ertl, Merle Lehmann-Korn, Kim Chi Pham Vu, Manon Klein, Ruud van den Eijnden, Sophie Langhorst, Andrea Bensi, Fedor Bock, Alicia Romero Fernandez, Maximilian Bellinghausen, Madeleine zu Dohna, Christian Frank Müller, Aura Latva-Somppi, Mizuki Tanaka, Christin Amann, Carl Bahra, David Röder, Hao Du, Luisa Friedenstab, Paula Rocke, Maria Soravito, Moana Sidoti, Vivian Tamm, Marc Roman Page, Sarah Maria Yasdani, May Engel, Jihye Han, Konrad Jünger, Samuel Simoni, Kati Brunk, Izumi Yano, Michelle Müller, Esther Wieschalla, Mira Niittymäki, Yanshan Ou, Zoë Robertson, Lennart Engels, Sesilia Pirttimaa, Chien-Chi Kuo, Verena Martensen, Hagar Ofek, Ella Einhell, Hanna Hansdotter, Kirsti Taiviola, Luis Gonzalez, Maria Bang Espersen, Verena Bachl, Babette Wiezorek, Helene Malte, Philipp Weber, Robin Hoske, Felix Rasehorn (WINT design lab), Moritz Müller, Tue Greenfort, Boom!, Anu Penttinen & Helmi Remes, Ingela Johansson, Anette Rose, Riikka Latva-Somppi & un/making studio.
Artistic director and curator of the exhibition: Barbara Schmidt, weißensee kunsthochschule berlin. Exhibition architecture: David Röder, supported by Barbara Schmidt and Steffen Schuhmann. Graphic design: weißensee kunsthochschule berlin, FG Visual Communication, Paula Meyer-Clason, with: Fluctus, design and photo by Elif Cak and Karl-Ferdinand Ludwig Neukirch, Stilleben, Milla Vainio, photo: Inga Masche.