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Collaboration HCR pour les réfugié-e-s

June 2021

Intervening teachers: Joanna Schaftter and Vincent Sahli
Teaching assistant HES: Flavia Viscardi

Students:Aymon Colin, Bonzon Valentin, Christe Estelle, Dao Théo, Deleani Luna, Favre Morane, Fragnière Rémi, Grahn Clément, Guerrero Bustamante Christian Paul, Hoang Van Jane, Krousanta Karlo, Medinas Araujo Joël, Mitrovic Zorana, Morvan Tanguy, Pasi Antoine, Pedroni Nathan, Ravano Matilde, Reynard Laura, Samii Chirine, Stote Clara, Vayssié Jean
 

The Visual Communication Department recently collaborated with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for the 70th anniversary of the Convention on the Status of Refugees. The UNHCR invited several Swiss art and design universities (HEAD – Geneva, ECAL Lausanne, HSLU Luzern, HGK, FHNW, Basel) to create projects around this event.

For HEAD the result of this collaboration, a publication, realized by the 2nd year students of the Space/Media option in the framework of the course "Design and Ethics" taught by Joanna Schaftter and Vincent Sahli with the support of Flavia Visacardi, during the fall semester 2021 will be exhibited this weekend in Basel at the Foyer Public Theater Basel.

The students (CV2 E/M) worked on the text of the Refugee Convention in order to create a publication gathering their vision and understanding of the text/parts of the text (visuals, typography, data design etc.).

Twenty copies of this edition will be on display in Basel this weekend alongside the projects of the other partner schools. The entire book is also planned to be displayed on A3 format to accompany the editions.
 

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