Mutationen zeitbasierter Systeme im Raum I

Marie-Claude Poulin
Fine Arts and Media Art, Digital Arts
2019S, Seminar (SE), 2.0 semester hours, course number S00815


SUMMER Semester 2019 - registrations closed

Digital art project development - integrating Body-based performative strategies

This seminar will focus on performative processes in the development of artistic projects (performances, videos, or installations) from conception to realization. In the first meeting on May 11, 2019, physical exercises will be conducted, instructions given to launch the creation process and further meeting dates will be discussed. This seminar will be extended into the winter term, when the completed projects will possibly be presented in one of the public events held by the Digital Art Department. The students will be expected to work on their projects between seminar meetings.

Examination Modalities

Regular presence and active participation required

- Project development within the framework of the workshop

- The development of the works outside class is expected

- The course is held mainly in English and partly in German


This workshop is designed for students of the Digital art department who have previously participated in seminars with Marie-Claude Poulin. Newcomers with experience in live performance projects are also welcome.

- Practical and project oriented course

- Limited spaces - Registration until April 29th 2019

- Priority is given to the Digital art department students

Key Words

digital arts, body-based performance, perceptual awareness, scripting, media art-works


11 May 2019, 13:30–17:30 Digital Art, Lecture Room , "Please bring your computer and comfortable clothes to move. The seminar will extend to the winter semester. Other dates will be negotiated at the first meeting."

Course Enrolment

Until 29 April 2019, 23:00
via email:

co-registration: possible (4.0 ECTS)

TransArts - Transdisciplinary Arts (Bachelor): Artistic and art technology foundations (4.0 ECTS)

Individual courses: possible (4.0 ECTS)