Paderborn start-up exhibits glass art in the "Markt 5 Café"

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They create fascinating works of art through targeted cracks in a pane of glass: the start-up "Grundke & Jäger Glassart", which is supported by garage33, the start-up centre of Paderborn University, is exhibiting its works of art in the "Markt 5 Café" in Paderborn city centre until Thursday, 11 April. Jesse Grundke and Jan Alexander Jäger, the founders of "Grundke & Jäger Glassart", have also been supported by the Gründungsstipendium.NRW start-up grant since last year.

Visitors to the Markt 5 Café on Domplatz can be inspired by works of art from the region while enjoying a coffee. The start-up, which is based on the new Start-up Campus OWL, exhibits works of art made of glass in the café's premises. "We see art made from cracked glass as a young, refreshing way of creating art," say the two founders. Using an innovative glass breaking technique, they create high-quality images from glass. The glass is broken at various points in their manufactory so that the glittering cracks ultimately create a work of art. Each piece remains unique. The long-term goal of "Grundke & Jäger Glassart" is to automate the creation of the motifs in future with the help of machine support.

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Photo (Jesse Grundke, Jan Alexander Jäger) Jesse Grundke and Jan Alexander Jäger, founders of the start-up "Grundke & Jäger Glassart", are currently exhibiting their works of art at the "Markt 5 Café" in Paderborn city centre.


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