The 10 most-read Zett articles in 2019
Zett, the magazine of Zurich University of the Arts, supported numerous faculty and student projects also in 2019. The Toni-Areal was used to play music, create illustrations, perform dances and lots more. The following articles were particularly well received by Zett readers and provide insights into the manifold work being done at ZHdK. Raise the curtain for body-building lecturers, insect-loving designers and programming artists!
Student portrait Marcel Hörler
Art education student Marcel Hörler likes places that produce art. His current projects include a home for young artists and an art platform on an organic farm.
Student portrait Mara Peyer
Mara Peyer is a Contemporary Dance student. She wants to tell stories with her body and likes to push her limits during daily training.
Student portrait Chi Lui Wong
Design student Chi Lui Wong finds inspiration in the insect world. In her Scientific Visualization studies, she lives her enthusiasm for scientific topics.
Student portrait Gerald Karni
Another profession than music? That’s not an option for viola student Gerald Karni. Besides his music studies he performs on the world’s big stages with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.
Student portrait Denise Hohl
Graphic designer Denise Hohl wanted more than just to design. Doing Game Design allows her to programme games that are not only meant to entertain.
Student portrait Mario Fuchs
As a journalist, language was Mario Fuchs’ narrative tool for ten years. In his Cast / Audiovisual Media studies, the 30-year-old is learning to tell stories using sound and images.
Student portrait Andri Schatz
Already as a teenager, Andri Schatz produced music with his computer up in the Grisons mountains. Lectures at ETH Zurich led him to study Art & Media at ZHdK.
Art, body and heavy metal
He lives in fast trains and of course in his body: lecturer, art historian, journalist, bodybuilder and musician Jörg Scheller.
Who is Who: Dossier Lehre
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Jobs of the future
Digitalisation is shaping our daily lives and changing the way we communicate, spend our free time and work. Renato Soldenhoff, head of ZHdK’s Digital Skills & Spaces Programme, is developing scenarios to understand what tomorrow’s job profiles in the arts and design might look like and how we might best prepare for the related demands and challenges.