What comes? What remains? The showcase from Germany’s most northerly independent art university is exhibiting selected work from the industrial design course and, in doing so, is one thing in particular: a cross-section of a caesura. Because, although the young designers from the bachelor’s and master’s programs are exploring an extremely wide range of subjects, all their work is looking for an answer to the same, paramount question: What’s next? Against the background of the state of constant uncertainty that has now lasted for almost two years, the students address a global economy that has been thrown off course and the accompanying huge changes to our daily lives: From one day to the next, global trade was disrupted, industrial production faltered, supply chains were interrupted, and goods were suddenly no longer freely available. The third group exhibition staged by Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design, Kiel as part of VIENNA DESIGN WEEK presents strategies that can enable design to cushion these imbalances and encourage new, effective global and local processes. A journey through the worlds of production, consumption, and culture. Curated by Mirko Ihrig and Martin Postler and realized together with the participating students.