In a busy life, it may occur that various notes, sketches, ideas
and other things are loosely brought to paper.
Over time, these papers scatter all over your
place and become an obscure cloud of thoughts. At some point, it can generate new connections if you assemble some together
and create a common space for them.
To try this out for ourselves, Rafael Lippuner will share his approach to book-binding
in a workshop including different strategies of how and what can be bound together. You are invited to bring your own projects,
papers, photos, leaves and stuff, maybe a copy of your diploma thesis? Some postcards you sent to Ukraine? Some plain paper
will be provided as well if you prefer to bind your own sketchbook.
If possible, please let us know if you would
like to attend so we can plan accordingly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lippuner is currently student and student assistant at Art & Science Department. The combination of different media and
techniques to create new practices is an important part of his work.