Renaissance

A woman and her bass

Student portrait Jeanaine Jarret Holding her double bass, and with a microphone close to her lips, Jeanaine Jarret gives groovy bass lines a flowing melody. Sh...

The Leonardo principle

Paolo Bianchi, what is the Leonardo Principle? Leonardo was not a polymath, but a “poly-learner.” He saw himself as a student and taught himself by producing h...

The myth of man

Abstract sculptures, kitschy costumes and playful, participatory actions: Nicola Genovese’s solo performance «I WAS SHAKING AND IT WAS FINE», Kunstraum Aarau, ...

16 mm Steenbeck

Cut by cut: film students Gina Calamassi and Hubert Schmelzer working with the 16 mm Steenbeck flatbed editor. Photograph: Johannes Dietschi © ZHdK My favouri...

Home-X

Working from home instead of in an open-plan office: Susanne Schumacher in her own four walls. Photograph: Regula Bearth © ZHdK Studying, teaching, research...

Dancing at a distance

New circumstances call for new ideas: the Kaskadenhalle at the Toni Campus becomes a dance studio. Photographs: Regula Bearth © ZHdK How a ZHdK discipline is ...

Recorder

Large or small, a classical Renaissance piece or a modern interpretation: the recorder is more versatile than its reputation. Photograph: Regula Bearth © ZHdK ...
Entdecken die Kunstszene Ljubljanas: Studierende des Bachelors Fine Arts im Gespräch. Fotos: Rico Scagliola

Travelling light

During lockdown, life took place mainly on and in front of screens. Switzerland stayed at home. But people still travelled, albeit differently. Students and lec...