Maryam Laura Moazedi complements the exhibition “Donald made in Austria! The character designer Florian Satzinger” with her critical view of stereotypes in everyday life and in the media.

Animated film cartoon heroes are omnipresent and are inevitably influenced by the clichés that dominate their creators' lifetimes. In her theoretical analysis, Moazedi, a diversity expert from Graz, points out ethnic stereotypes behind the well-known funny motifs that appear in the Caricature Museum Krems’ excursus. At the same time, Maryam Laura Moazedi explains how character design can break new ground with the help of caricature’s stylistic devices.

Maryam Laura Moazedi studied transcultural communication and psychology in Graz, Tokyo, Cambridge, Helsinki and other cities. A lecturer at Graz's Karl-Franzens-University, she has been conducting theoretical and practical scientific work on topics related to diversity and stereotyping for many years.

Curator: Gottfried Gusenbauer, artistic director of the Caricature Museum Krems

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