Künstlerische Projektarbeit - Spectral Encounters (Octopus Programme)

Basak Senova
Art Sciences and Art Education, Art and Communication Practices
2020W, artistic Seminar (SEK), 3.0 ECTS, 3.0 semester hours, course number S03620

Description

It is the second-semester of the course, which incorporates with the Octopus Programme. The Octopus Programme is a guided research-based educational programme that encourages artistic research and production-based collaborations across academies and art institutions; students and professionals; diverse presentation modes; and processes of research and documentation in different geographies. 

The course includes peer to peer educational secessions, online and class discussions, research field-trips and workgroups both in Tunis and Vienna, collaborative production-based workshops, and lectures. This semester the course also includes guest lecturers and curated presentations of the students/artists in both cities. This webpage is documenting the project: https://theoctopusprogramme.uni-ak.ac.at/  The language of the course is English. 

Examination Modalities

Idea Logs

Presentations

Participating to the discussions

Project Development

Project Presentation

Comments

The first chapter of the programme is designed as a two-semester course “Spectral Encounters” that takes place both at the University of Applied Arts (the Angewandte) in Vienna and B7L9, Kamel Lazaar Foundation in Tunis as a pilot application.  Due to the Coronavirus crisis, the course continued via Zoom sessions and peer to peer meetings in the first semester. Furthermore, with ThinkTank 2020 Section of the Programme's website, which consists of  Idea-Logs, Intersections, Texts, and References/Links pages, accompanies the course.

The winning applicants and the students of the course are Julia Stern (DAE/TEX), Sophia Widmann (DEX/KKP) from University of Applied Arts Vienna and Marwa Manai and Younes Ben Slimane from Tunis.

Key Words

Diversity, Art, Artistic Research, Interdisciplinary

Course Enrolment

Via online registration

Art Education: subject kkp (Bachelor): FOR: Künstlerische Projektarbeiten (kkp)

subject Fine Arts / Art and Communication Practices (1. Section): Künstlerische Projektarbeit, Kunst und kommunikative Praxis

subject Fine Arts / Art and Communication Practices (2. Section): Künstlerische Projektarbeit, Kunst und kommunikative Praxis (2.25 ECTS)

Co-registration: not possible

Attending individual courses: not possible