Exhibition in Goetheinstitut in Bangkok. Results of working of the Workshops to the Silpakorn University. Single contributions of 12 students and common work. Some students did not become finished with their own work. The professors come, in order the works perforce to benoten, and agree on it, later due to from photos to to decide. Stress in the afternoon. Mr. Eckstein asks me to a discussion with Professor Amrit Chusuwan. Some students had not gotten along obviously with my kind of informing. They weighted. I had reacted obviously too sharply, if they had simply not kept common dates and arrangements. That was unfortunately so often before-pleased that I had reacted ever more provoked to it, e.g.. with the threat that they might not issue their work. Finally they had extracted themselves by kidnapping the time schedule of any argument over their work, from the actual sense and purpose of the Workshops. Me that I had made a giant error, and knew however on the other hand no alternative to it was clear. Some things had already run in the Setup of the Workshops inclined: 1. It was an obligation meeting. But not I was that, which expressed the obligation, but Professor Amrit Chusuwan. The Workshop should have been better voluntary. 2. The place. The students had specially 80km journeys, this because the Workshop for universitypolitical reasons in the Campus in Bangkok to take place should, not in the Campus outside, in which the students work mostly. Thus no everyday meetings with the students could take place, one saw themselves once in the week for 2, 3 hours. Too little for the level of the students. In the evening the tendency had again improved, we was all completely terribly proudly on the exhibition and all the mad contributions. The straight mixture from the single contributions and the Workshoparbeiten constituted the Flair of the whole. The stress had been worthwhile itself thus nevertheless! Statements, which I got to hear later: Very interesting. Not beautifully, but very much stretching. Power me fear. Goetheinstitut is like a cemetery, everywhere is the spirit now. I do not want to come any longer, until the exhibition to the end is, etc..
|Ausstellung im Goetheinstitut in Bangkok. Arbeitsergebnisse des Workshops an der Silpakorn University. Beiträge von 12 Studenten.