S c h w a r z e N a c h t
– MELODROM –
Magic of Light and Sound
On 18th of March there was organised Hochschule Semester Opening Party. I felt more comfortable sitting at home and was sure that I won’t go out that night.
That was until, by pure coincidence I wrote to my friend from Manual Printing Creative Lab, Anna, asking about our homework.
The temptation to change my plans and actually go out that night was growing, as she was convincing me to join her and her best friend to a Gothic Party. Continue reading
at Hochschule Augsburg
Wednesday, 15th of March was our first day of University studies.
The schedule for the International Design Students was two Creative Labs of our choice.
Most of my classmates went to the one that was recommended for us: “Illustration Boot Camp”.
I, instead, have chosen to go to Manual Printing since it involved learning and practising new techniques. The time-plan showed that it was supposed to be in the morning, starting at 9:50, but the classroom was occupied by another workshop. While I was running around searching for the tutor, I ran several times into a professor of Visual Communication. He was very helpful and suggested to join his Creative Lab. 🙂 Continue reading
First meeting – Faculty of Design
We got introduced to the choices we have to pick for our projects, creative labs and other classes.
There was a person that got my attention specifically. I have no explanation for the reason it happened, just his presence made me tremble and I found a strong motivation to guarantee my attendance at the University 😀 .
Because I didn’t actually introduce myself nor asked that person for his name – the situation got even more mysterious and intriguing.
11 March – C i t y T o u r
organised by SWAP team
for International Students
R a t h a u s p l a t z s q u a r e
Statue of Roman Emperor Augustus,
Augustus Fountain, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany.
7 March – w a l k
6 March – a r r i v a l
Emptying the room from London was a very hard task to do, I never imagined I have so
much stuff… Thinking about it makes me question my non-materialism and the possibility to travel. How many things do I actually need? How to decide?
My initial plan was to book a storage space in London… but it turned out to be much more expensive than I expected and it would’ve milked my finances weekly.
In the end I divided everything I had in different parts: