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Ashraf Osman
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"Human, All Too Human"
"Human, All Too Human"

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The Style & Design department at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) invites you to a talk by Ashraf Osman on Tue. Nov. 7 at 5pm in room 5.K06 of the Toni-Areal building (Pfingstweidstrasse 96, CH-8005 Zürich). The talk will present a brief overview…
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Stephen Dirkes is an active olfactory artist who’s had a couple of shows in the past few weeks across the U.S: At a residency at the Santa Fe Art Institute, Dirkes worked with a group of artists, film makers, & environmental activists (Kate Brown, Peter…
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The Art and Olfaction Awards are currently accepting submissions from independent and artisan perfumers, and experimental practitioners with scent from all countries. 
For the 5th annual awards, submissions are accepted for perfumes first released to…
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Debra Riley Parr and Gwenn-Aël Lynn have put forth a Call For Papers, titled “Olfactory Art and the Political in an Age of Resistance”, at the College Art Conference (CAA) in Los Angeles in February 2018. You can peruse it in the file linked from CAA (p.…
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Ziemba’s multisensory performances offer an alchemy that is both alien and familiar. The Brooklyn-based composer, perfumer, geographer, and vocalist builds oozy architectures for her songs using fragrance, costume, and only the most sincere theatrics. She…
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Priscille Jotzu, a graduate student of trans-disciplinary design at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK), is currently conducting cultural probes for her research project, RES-senti: Prospective Smells. For that, she would appreciate your input on the…
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“From Amsterdam to Zanzibar, every city has a distinct personality, shaped by location, architecture, infrastructure, history and the people who live there. Cities also have distinct smells, many of which emerge from the pollutants their inhabitants…
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This profile was originally made for Nez, la revue olfactive (the Olfactory Magazine) where it was first published in French at: http://www.nez-larevue.fr/notre-actu/ashraf-osman/ Some time ago, we had sent questions to Ashraf Osman, a trained architect…
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On June 15, a day of presentations by PhD students in Museology at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris examines the place of olfactory devices within the museum institution. Can we speak of a trendy phenomenon? Is there a link with the democratization of the…
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Susan Stone, the journalist who recently reported on Olfactory Art for Monocle radio’s Arts Review program, is in fact a veteran who’s been reporting on the cultural aspects of scent for years! Susan is an American-born, Berlin-based journalist writing…
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