Erste Bank ExtraVALUE
Design Award 2019

Erste Bank ExtraVALUE Design Award 2019 

The ExtraVALUE Design Award went to Lucy Li und Stephanie Kneissl for their project ALSERGRUND ON DISPLAY.

Bezirksmuseen sind liebevoll kuratierte Institutionen mit unregelmäßigen Öffnungszeiten, in denen die lokale Geschichte gezeigt wird. Mit ALSERGRUND IM SCHAUKASTEN entsteht die Dependance eines Bezirksmuseums, in der die Besucherinnen und Besucher in die Mitte rücken. Wie könnte ein Museum aussehen, in dem sich die Bewohner repräsentiert fühlen? In dem Alltagsleben statt Zeitgeschichte ausgestellt wird? In dem die Bewohnerinnen und Bewohner kuratieren? 

District museums are lovingly curated institutions with irregular opening hours that show local history. ALSERGRUND ON DISPLAY is a branch of a district museum that places the focus on visitors. What could a museum look like in which the residents feel represented; in which everyday life, rather than contemporary history, is on display; and in which the residents become curators?

Excerpt from the jury statement: 
The question of what warrants telling and collecting is decided with the help of the audience. The results of the project provide impetus for discussion and change in further dealing with a choice of themes and their presentation in district museums.

In addition to the team’s approach to the project, the jury was impressed by the good choice of topics and issues, the use of creative resources, and the audience’s lively networking with the designers.

Jury members 2019:
Alexandra Fruhstorfer (winner of the Erste Bank ExtraVALUE Design Award 2018), Jutta Kleedorfer (Multiple and Interim Use, MA 18), Clemens Foschi (Caritas, Vienna), Ruth Goubran, Theres Fischill (Erste Bank), Lilli Hollein, Hanna Facchinelli (VIENNA DESIGN WEEK)

Further City Work Projects 2019

COOKING UP STORIES – COOKING WITHOUT BORDERS
Can Denzer/Elena Doncev/Julia Habarda/Elizabeth Sharp

COOKING UP STORIES intends to eliminate prejudices, promote direct dialogue and overcome social barriers. In a mobile bicycle food cart, Austrian cuisine will be offered along with specialities from other cultures. Conversations are held, stories told and recorded in writing.

 

A SEARCH FOR TRACES – LISTEN BEHIND THE FACADES!
Tamara Bauer/Natascha Ickert

Strolling through the district becomes an interactive experience through stories. QR codes act as guides through public spaces and the residents’ experiences, captured via audio recordings, provide new perspectives on the 9th district.

 

SPECULATIVE INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL INTERVENTIONS
SISI – Spekulatives Institut für Soziale Interventionen

SISI explores new paths of urban design by connecting real and digital space. The search for alternative approaches for coexistence and the reclaiming of the city begins at speculative locations of digitality and is intended to introduce new perspectives to the public sphere.

 

TO COUCH IN PUBLIC
Mechthild Ebert/Elina Kränzle/Jonas Malzahn

Using a piece of street furniture, TO COUCH IN PUBLIC brings current issues of urban coexistence back to where they originated: to the streets and squares, among the people. 

 

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