Flying Saucers at Ariana

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<i>Flying Saucers</i> at Ariana

From October 7 to 14, 2018, a second edition of the exhibition Flying Saucers is presented at Ariana, Swiss Museum of Ceramics and Glass - Geneva.

The projects offer an exploration of the legacy of the former Langenthal porcelain factory recently relocated to the Czech Republic.

This project is the result of a workshop supervised by Magdalena Gerber, Katharina Hohmann, Vincent Kohler, Marjorie Kapelusz, and Benoît Renaudin.
It is part of the research project Topographies of the Obsolete by Anne Helen Mydland and Neil Brownsword.
Students: Alexandre Aynié, Alexandra Barreto, Nadia Benhaca, Tanguy Benoit, Baptiste Bonnard, Gregory Bourrilly, Anaïs Bouvet, Sophie Conus, Victor Delétraz, Araya De Rossi, Henry Drake, Alexander Fritz, Noémie Gambino, Julie Grange, Mohamed Maye, Danaé Meynet, Jonas Meyer, Viola Poli, Pablo Rezzonico, Caroline Schattling-Villeval, Marco Simao, Emilie Triolo and Ludovic Vial.
Photo credits: © HEAD - Geneva, Baptiste Coulon