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“The Dirty Art Department offers itself as an open space for all possible thought, creation, and action.
It sees itself as a dynamic paradox, flowing between the pure and the applied, the existential and the deterministic, and the holy and the profane.
It is concerned with individuality, collectivity, and our navigation of the complex relationship between the built world and the natural world, and other people and ourselves.
It’s a place to build objects or totems, religions or websites, revolutions or business models, paintings, or galaxies.
The Dirty Art Department comes from a common background of design and applied art, it seeks however to reject the Kantian division between the pure and the applied arts.
Since ‘god is dead’ and ‘the spectacle’ is omnipresent, it sees the creation of alternative and new realities as the way to reconsider our life situation on this planet.
The Dirty Art Department is open to students from all backgrounds including designers, artists, bankers, skeptics, optimists, economists, philosophers, sociologists, independent thinkers, poets, urban planners, farmers, anarchists, and the curious.” Jerszy Seymour
A lot of words to describe a simple place to be as creative as you want.
MYMO Class ‘83 is an artist who lives and works in Berlin, but her work is known throughout the world, she is in fact, one of the most outstanding female street artist credited.
In the works of MYMO there are all the monsters of her imagination, which started in her head and ended up on the walls, in paintings and installations all over Germany. Inspired by the ups and downs of life, work MYMO communicates the full spectrum of emotions from artist. The drawings and figures are the reflections of the subconscious mind, where we can all identify ourselves thinking back to our children’s nightmares.
Various Sculptures | Yu Jinyoung
The pattern scatters one’s eye from family’s gloomy face to the splendid flowers and it produces a bright atmosphere. With this, it seems as the work has changed to a splendid image from the clear and simple works in past, but the artist’s intention of what to express with that face is unchanged.
Atelier Olschinsky - Plants