2013

Hyllest til Stein Marcia De Bernardo – Brazil Makoto Fujiwara – Japan Paul Hoffmann – Germany Shin Katamura – Japan Alessandro Pavone – Italy Masaru Tsuchiya – Japan Noboru Yoshida – Japan Previous Symposium

2011

Celebration of Karl Prantl Roger Bischoff – U.S.A.Christl Falbesoner – AustriaMakoto Fujiwara – JapanPaul Hoffmann – GermanyShinroku Shimokawa – JapanHagbart Solløs – NorwayDavid Svoboda –Czech RepublicSusanne Tunn – GermanyReijiro Wada – JapanKnut Wold – Norway Previous Symposium Next Symposium

2000

Sebastian Prantl – Austria Cecilia Li – Taiwan, Rep. of China Michikatzu Matsune – Japan Betina Kugler – Austria Keizo Ushio – Japan Alissa Neglia – U.S.A. Andreas Kienlin – Germany Doug Hunter – Canada Harald Oredam – Norway Claudia Ammann – Germany Jacqueline Hassink – The Netherlands Previous Symposium Next Symposium

1996

The winter 96 Symposium was the preparation week for the summer event. A special abandoned part of the Storås quarry was chosen to be the site were renowned architects, landscape architects, geologists and sculptors, together with the stone industry should create the future Symposium site, and also a site for modern dance, music and theatre. The fate…

1992

The Symposium 1992 was above all so special, because for the first time, there was a blind sculptor among the invited guests. Flavio Titolo Zhang Dan – ChinaJanez Lenassi – SloveniaThomas Link – GermanyDarrel Petit – CanadaYoko Sako – JapanFlavio Titolo – Italy Previous Symposium Next Symposium

1990

Andrej Rudavsky – Slovakia Doris Schälling – Germany Tove Mugaas Traavik – Norway Knut Wold – Norway Noburu Yoshida – Japan Previous Symposium Next Symposium

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