Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art, Digital Arts
2023S, artistic Seminar (SEK), 1.0 ECTS, 1.0 semester hours, course number S03195
In recent years, the group Forensic-Architecture has initiated wide-ranging debates on several occasions through public research into topics that are relevant to daily politics. First and foremost, they succeeded in using digital methods to uncover misinformation and the motives behind it. The interplay of technology, art, and mass media plays a central role in this.
Such an approach is not entirely new. In very different forms, it can be traced back to European futurism. Images such as those about the killing of George Floyd or the interventions of the architect Gordon Matta Clark against the Vietnam War also had an enormous impact on the reception of art. At the same time, it must be noted that the interplay of art and politics in today's post-communist states had a completely different meaning than in Western discourse.
This seminar examines different forms of expression of politically coded art.
Using numerous examples, this seminar examines different forms of expression of politically coded art.
video installation, process art, interventionist art, cultural politics, media art, conceptual, electronic media
10 March 2023, 17:00–19:15 Digital Art, Lecture Room
17 March 2023, 17:00–19:15 Digital Art, Lecture Room
24 March 2023, 17:00–19:15 Digital Art, Lecture Room
31 March 2023, 17:00–19:15 Digital Art, Lecture Room
From 03 February 2023, 23:00 to 17 March 2023, 23:00
Via online registration
Media Arts: Specialisation in Digital Arts (2. Section): Künstlerische Methodik und Technologie digitaler Kunst: Code & Repräsentation I - V 567/202.07
Co-registration: not possible
Attending individual courses: not possible