10 June 2022
The Graz-based bakery Martin Auer has been trying out new and unconventional paths for generations. Hence, in line with the verse from the bible “Man shall not live on bread alone”, the company has joined up with the Vienna design team grafisches Büro to launch an occasional series of limited editions of accessories related to the enjoyment of good bread. To date, the results of this programme of cooperation with selected Austrian and international artists and other specialists include the ultimate bread and butter knife, a reusable coffee cup ‘to go’ made from recycled porcelain and a ceramic bowl for the perfect storage of Martin Auer’s classic “Landbrot” that is available in many of its 32 stores. Amongst other things, the specially produced objects and their designers are presented in the form of printed cards with texts from Liquid Frontiers.
6 January 2022
Since 2014, changing installations by contemporary artists have been presented in a glass exhibition box in the main courtyard of the MuseumsQuartier Wien. Since 2017, the exhibition series initiated by the MQ has been accompanied
by Liquid Frontiers in terms of editorial and design. In January 2022, the collaboration will be repeated for the 20th time.
20 December 2021
After only six months of closure, in May 2021 the underground visitor route in the Dürrnberg salt mine including a new visitor center, bistro, shop and the adapted open-air museum “The Celtic Mountain“ reopened to the public. The concept for the repositioning was implemented in cooperation with the next ENTERprise Architects and the media producer Artfabrik.
16 November 2021
2004, MAK curator Peter Klinger and Angewandte lecturer Sabine Dreher initiated the first presentation of the programmatic exhibition “100 Best Posters - Austria. Germany. Switzerland” in Vienna at the suggestion of association president Fons Hickmann. On the occasion of what is now the 18th guest performance, the two spoke in the Works on Paper Room of the Museum of Applied Arts about the relevance of poster design in the pandemic year 2020.
15 October 2021
In cooperation with the next ENTERprise Architects, Liquid Frontiers took part in a competition at the invitation of the Natural History Museum Vienna for the redesign of a part of the permanent collection. The section in Hall VI deals with the processes involved in the creation of the earth over a period of more than four billion years.
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