Subjects

instructors
Marisa Jahn
units
3-3-6 U
schedule
TW 2-5 (E15-207)
prerequisites
description

Introduction to Artistic Experimentation is a hands-on and theoretical course introducing artistic practice and critical visual thinking through three studio-based projects exploring the overarching theme of “daemon.“

instructors
Tobias Putrih, Cherie Abbanat
units
3-3-6 U
schedule
TR 9-12 (E15-207)
prerequisites
4.111 or 4.021 or 4.02A
description

We will imagine an island and think about different ways an island could be created. As this is an island of the future, about the future we will speculate how art, design and architecture could evolve on the island. To be able to construct different storylines, we will try to understand our own creativity and knowledge production.

instructors
Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 9:30-12:30 (E15-001)
prerequisites
description

U: 4.320; G: 4.321

This introduction to sound creation will include lessons on acoustic space explorations, radio experiments, environmental sound recordings, immersiveness of sound, and data sonification.  

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 2-5 (E15-054)
prerequisites
G: permission of instructor
description

U: 4.341; G: 4.342

This introductory course in photography and related media provides practical instructions in the fundamentals of various camera formats, film exposure and processing, black and white darkroom printing and digital imaging.

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
T 9:30-12:30, R: 9:30-12:30 (E15-054, E15-054)
prerequisites
UG: 4.341 or permission of instructor, G: 4.342 or permission of instructor
description

U: 4.344; G: 4.345

This advanced photography course is designed for students who wish to explore the photographic medium as a creative and powerful tool for times of conflict. It focuses on the production of visual art as a response to socio-political tensions while bridging the gap between analog and digital technologies.

instructors
Nida Sinnokrot
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 7-10 (E15-070 (Bartos))
prerequisites
U: 4.354 or permission of instructor; G: 4.355 or permission of instructor
description

U: 4.352; G: 4.353

instructors
Nida Sinnokrot
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 2-5 (E15-283A)
prerequisites
description

U: 4.354; G: 4.355

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
M 9:30-12:30, W 9:30-12:30 (E15-001, E15-001)
prerequisites
UG: 4.301 or 4.302; 4.307; 4.312 or permission of instructor; G: 4.307; 4.312 or permission of instructor
description

U: 4.368; G: 4.369

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
MW 9:30-12:30 (E15-283A)
prerequisites
UG: 4.301 or 4.302 or permission of instructor; G: permission of instructor
description

U: 4.373; G: 4.374

Culturally Sensitive Design introduces a cross-disciplinary and inclusive model for education and civic innovation through the lens of art and design, with a focus on creative responses to conflict and crisis.

instructors
units
3-3-6 G
schedule
MF 2-5 (E15-001)
prerequisites
Permission of instructor
description

Explores the theory and criticism of intersections between art, culture, and technology in relation to contemporary artistic practice, critical design, and media. Students consider methods of investigation, documentation, and display and explore modes of communication across disciplines.