LINKING CULTURES

THE PROJECT

The project “What design can do” intends to promote the exchange and cooperation between five schools from five countries with different languages and cultures. Ten mixed teams worked together critically and constructively on the given topic. The project is formulated in a very open way and the idea is to explore the topic “What design can do – for society, culture, economy, education, gender or environment?” from as many as possible and different perspectives. It is left to the students to approach the topic from different aspects like society, culture, economy, education, gender or environment. Equally open are the potential outcomes. The topic addressed should be implemented in some form of media. This can mean a series of posters, a film, a series of T-shirts, a podcast, a book etc. 

THE TEAMS AND THERE PROJECTS  

 

Coordination: Lina Ghaibeh

 

Mind the Map: Myriam Saniour, Yara Jaber, Alia Moustafa Tobala, Antonia Gericke, 

Nikola Antolkovic  

 

Intimate Delay: Lynn Jardali, Khouloud Hajri, Elena Buscaino, Sahili Albert, Sarah Luo

 

Coordination: Ghalia Elsrakbi

 

Linking Bread: Stories of life: Tala Dalal, Hana Sharaf, Wissal Boussouf, Nour Al Safadi, Smilla Diener 

Idio-Map: Tala Khalaf, Reem Hasebou, Sara Bouzidi, Diana Bauer

 

Coordination: Cédric Gatillon

Singeld out – A Critique of Biased Language: Reina Akkoush, Cynthia Jeitani,

Mohamed Benaissa, Renata Dias, Julien Crucitti 

A boy’s world: Lea Al Chaa, Amena Mohamed Eldefrawy, Leila Kutub, Corinne Wiss, Julia Fässler

 

Coordination: Bernd Grether

Mensturation and Culture: Nour Asmar, Dana El Assir, Donia Osama ElShimy,

Imane Cadimi, Anaïs Nyffeler, Leonie Wetter

Eye Level: Myriam Khoury, Amanda Nicolas Ioannou, Jennate Laamyem, Luisa Herbst, Meret Jans 

 

Coordination: Anna-Brigitte Schlittler

Franken Femme: Jana Kibbi, Tala El Chami, Hla Abdul Gawad, Destina Atasayar, Dara Elena Bubel, Sirah Nying 

A Journey: Karim Kobeissi, Dana Kontar, Farida Hassan Ayoub, O’Plérou Grebet, Yasemin Çakır, Sofia Poku