News Online Symposium – Collaborative Artwork Session with Gilles Furtwängler


“It starts with a direct address to the audience,

followed by interpellations, questions, injunctions, truths,
morals, counter-truths, irony, hypocrisy, cynicism,
absurdity and contradictions and can end with an invitation, a warning,pirouettes, long silences, songs or cries”

The international Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum is pleased and proud to collaborate with the Swiss artist Gilles Furtwängler, for the realization of the collaborative work you are invited to participate in. Gilles is a craftsman of words, his work is at the crossroads of graphic design, writing, performance, reading, and the graphic arts.
You might see or hear him during one of the 4 webinars held in May. It is therefore possible through this formular to share words, sentences, images, or even your voice that reflect your thoughts on the issues and themes raised during the presentations of our symposium.

This contribution formular is activated every day of the webinar at 4PM (Swiss time), and stays online until the end of May.

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Your Contribution

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  • As your contribution is the starting point for Gilles' work, We have limited the numbers of caracters allowed. Make it short, make it quick.
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