It was a real privilege to work with a fantastic group of individuals from Kings College London at the end of last year. The student-founded organization "Open Generation" organized an art event in Austria raising over 15,000 euros for children in Malawi.
Marie Frauenschuh, the "Open Generation" co-founder from Kitzbühel says "Only together are we strong and can create better prospects for the next generation."
With the support of generous partners such as Frauenschuh, Bergbahn and Rosemeyer Art Advisors, more than 300 people came together on the Hahnenkamm. "To unite and inspire people of all backgrounds through art and create a life for one generation in another part of the world".
Four artists presented their works at the event
18-year-old Philipp Pohn from Austria transformed the venue into the world of "Open Generation" with his twelve paintings and sculptures. Illumitati,
21, a well-known photographer from Los Angeles, projected her work onto four cinema screens, creating a place where guests could go inside to absorb the power of art.
DJs Erok and Magnumfield from Los Angeles and London provided a musical backdrop so that the guests could experience the themes through different senses.
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