DESIGN CURVES: Vectors for the future – The recipients of the Stefan Lengyel Scholarship of Excellence 2022/23 are making a debut

In the 2022/2023 academic year, 32 students have received the Stefan Lengyel Scholarship of Excellence. They all share a mindset of regarding design as a ubiquitous force driving change in every walk of life rather than a commercial tool for following clients’ instructions. An exhibition of their works will open on 4 November at MOME Ground.

The Stefan Lengyel Scholarship of Excellence programme was launched by the Foundation for Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in autumn 2020 to provide a merit-based professional support to students with outstanding projects and further development concepts. The works featured here are experimental concepts and research that could be taken further in a number of ways. 

The students of this year’s exhibition are open to collaboration, design for both local and global issues, and take on various roles, including that of researcher, activist or manager, in order to be able to respond optimally to today’s challenges. 

The works explore a variety of current topics including safe cities, inclusive design, contemporary taboos, the future of materials, the protection of the ecosystem, human-machine interactions, and innovative ways to uphold cultural values. 

2023.11.04 09:00
2023.10.24 18:00

Event information

The exhibition will be on display between 4 and 24 November.

Curator: Noémi Viski

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