5 courses
DissertantInnenseminar (Doktoratsstudium Künstlerische Forschung)

Margarete Jahrmann

In the Dissertantinnen Seminar individual artistic research projects are reviewed — as exemplary exercice towards emerging chapters and artefacts of an artistic research Ph.D. The aim is to recognize the significance of the artistic research approach in the arts . Individual specific questions and a review of the actual status quo of theories of artistic research will inform individual concepts… 2020W/2021S, Seminar, 2.0 ECTS

Internal Colloquium

Margarete Jahrmann

The aim of the Internal Colloquium is to secure the option for an exchange in which doctoral students provide information on the current stage of their research work. In order to gain more in-depth knowledge about the artistic research projects, each PhD candidate is asked to prepare a presentation. The purpose of the presentation is to share the inspiration, selected… 2020W, Konversatorium, 1.0 ECTS

Perspective Research - From the idea to the research proposal

Alexander Damianisch

How do I present my project idea in such a way that I do not just convince myself? The focus is on the development of proposals for and within the art and research (funding) landscape of Austria. Artistic research will be given special consideration. The participants will examine and develop own ideas in the direction of an application over the… 2020W/2021S, scientific seminar, 2.0 ECTS

Theory and Practice of Artistic Research I

Margarete Jahrmann

Theory and Practice of Artistic Research I This seminar on methodologies of artistic research addresses arts, science and epistemic things. Stemming from an arts-based analysis the future of emerging strategies, technologies and cultural techniques of insight is discussed. But how can we consider performative practice and installations as experimental systems in order to generate artistic artefacts as epistemic objects, how… 2020W, Seminar, 2.0 ECTS

Theory and Practice of Artistic Research II

Margarete Jahrmann

2021S, Seminar, 2.0 ECTS