Winners of the global open call for entries 2015/16
Globalmurmurs: A celebration of diversity and equal rights.
See all winner projects and read the jury statement here.


Lin Yu-Heng
RELATIONSHIPS

Winner globalmurmurs 15/16

Yoko Kristiansen
WATCHING YOU

Winner globalmurmurs 15/16

Raafia Jessa
/ˈlo.kwiː/

Winner globalmurmurs 15/16

Thi Tran
UNIQUENESS

Winner globalmurmurs 15/16

Helen Nerio
URBAN CONNECTIVITY

Winner globalmurmurs 15/16

Lee, Chieh-Ting
LIVE WITH GODS

Winner globalmurmurs 15/16


More selected projects from the globalmurmurs open call 15/16
The jury of the FORTY FIVE SYMBOLS open call for entries “globalmurmurs 2015/16” was greatly impressed with the quality of projects submitted from a variety of countries including Taiwan, South Africa, Germany and the U.S. Read more







FORTY FIVE SYMBOLS
GLobal Visual Language

FORTY FIVE SYMBOLS is a collaborative exploration of visual language that unites students, teachers, scholars, and ideas from across the globe. More than 150 students coming from more than 40 different countries have been involved so far. Read more
Magazine #2
Published January 2016

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Magazine #1
Published August 2015

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THE BOOK OF SYMBOLS
45 selected projects were printed in a small book to accompany the exhibition in Cologne, Summer 2014.

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Invitation
To our exhibition in 2014

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GLobalmurmurs Open Call 2015
The call is closed.

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Symbols as frames
This animation combines selected projects out of the 45 symbols submissions and it has been projected during the exhibition at the Kunst-Station Sankt Peter.

FORTY FIVE SYMBOLS from think45 on Vimeo.




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The Spiral of Symbols

Centerpiece of the exhibition at Kunst-Station Sankt Peter in Cologne was a gigantic spiral of symbols uniting the work developed across the globe. In combination with the little book of symbols, visitors were able to decode the signs while walking along the circles. Cologne, Summer 2014.
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