In the academic year 2019/20 we would like to continue exploring questions related to the future of work and what ‘a good life’ could mean through our ‘Artscience practises’ seminar. What could be an ecological way of working together, also with fish, glaciers, objects, models, or stories? How are we shaping cross-species solidarities and how are they forming us? Through lectures, workshops and excursions we want to investigate different types of relationships between entities and and experiment with assembling strategies through the winter and summer semesters.
This is a joint course with Artscience practisesS01496 with Valerie Deifel so in total it is 2SH and 4ECTs.
Dates & activities TBA [Guest presentations & workshops, excursions]
Helping objects move.
Watching ‘La Coquille. Conversation entre Issa Samb et Antje Majewski’
How can this apply to exhibition installation?
Repro photography workshop
By Sophie Pölzl
An introductory workshop on documenting flat materials & works like drawings, notebooks, maps etc. using equipment that we have at the A&S department.
But how does one study the (spiritual) experiences of people other than oneself?
Talk by Els van Houtert on her Master’s thesis ‘Living Daily Life as a Ceremony – About the Dynamics between Ritual Time and Everyday Life in the Spiritual Path of Camino Rojo followers in Uruguay.’
Screening & presentation by Michael Simku on 'False Memories' – a documentary research project that investigates the impact of fiction and storytelling on knowledge production in digital information infrastructures.
Somewhere Else is Here
Screening & discussion with Marina Leblhuber. 'Somewhere Else is Here' started when the two artists (Marina Leblhuber & Jasmina Hirschl) met with people living and working in Vancouver‘s Downtown Eastside. People were invited to contribute to the film by sharing what was important to them and what they wanted to communicate to the public.
SUMMER SEMESTER Kick-off:
Katarina Zdjelar (tbc)
Screening & presentation of films by Katarina Zdjelar such as 'My Lifetime (Malaika)’ which features Ghana’s National Symphony Orchestra and 'The Perfect Sound’ which films the interaction between a speech therapist and his student in an accent removal class.
80% attendance and active participation.
07 October 2019, 15:00–18:00 Seminar Room Art & Science , "Helping objects move. Watching ‘La Coquille. Conversation entre Issa Samb et Antje Majewski’ How can this apply to exhibition installation?"
28 October 2019, 10:00–14:00 Seminar Room Art & Science , "Repro photography workshop By Sophie Pölzl"
28 October 2019, 15:00–18:00 Seminar Room Art & Science , "But how does one study the (spiritual) experiences of people other than oneself? Talk by Els van Houtert "
13 January 2020, 14:00–17:00 Seminar Room Art & Science , "False Memories. Screening & presentation by Michael Simku"
20 January 2020, 14:00–16:00 Seminar Room Art & Science , "Somewhere Else is Here. Screening & discussion with Marina Leblhuber"
From 17 September 2019, 15:28
Via online registration
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Art & Science (Master): Praxis and Theory
Individual courses: possible