[applied] Foreign Affairs Integration

Baerbel Mueller
Architecture, [applied] Foreign Affairs
2024S, scientific seminar (SEW), 3.0 ECTS, 2.0 semester hours, course number S03650

Description

 

[Applied] Foreign Affairs Integration provides pre-diploma students the framework to incorporate an experimental, transcultural and transdisciplinary approach and the expertise of [A]FA to feed their thesis interests on a methodological, thematic, and artistic level. Thereby, "applied research" is central. The outcome of the course will be an individual collection of "fragments of knowledge", in the format of a "set of cards", which is meant to serve the student as a backbone and repertoire for the content and argumentation of his/her thesis project.

 

 

Examination Modalities

 

Individual meetings:  Research, discussions, oral presentations and graphical documentations digital & print.

Mid-term presentation:  Presentation, where each student will present work-in-progress individually, reviewed by the [applied] Foreign Affairs teaching team.

Final presentation:  Group presentation/exhibition, where each student will present in a space/exhibit, reviewed by the [applied] Foreign Affairs teaching team and guests. 

Comments

  [Applied] Foreign Affairs Integration is only offered to students of the I oA in their pre-diploma semester.

It is taught by Baerbel Mueller, with guests invited to a mid-term and final presentation.

An introduction takes place on Thuesday March 5th 1:00pm at the Square /  I oA.

Course Enrolment

From 15 February 2024, 09:00 to 10 March 2024, 19:00
Via online registration

Architecture (Master): Expertise: Integration: Integration: Instrumentarium 443/005.03

Co-registration: not possible

Attending individual courses: not possible