|type of classes||artistic workshop;|
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|method of learning outcomes verification||
Grade for this module will be based on the extent to which a student successfully completed the requirements of each semester of studies, that is, of completing two tasks, first being the punlsing of 1-2 minute long multimedia autopresentation on the internet. Attendance of most classes, involvement in class work, participation in all reviews are necessary preconditions for successfully completing this course. A grade will be awarded upon completion of every semester.
Initially, classes take the form of presentation and discussion of works of public art by the module leader and other authors. These include an analysis of the various techniques employed. After this initial stage, content of work in class shifts to discussions of each student’s autopresentation, usually with participation and input by other students. Group projects are likewise discussed in classes with all students expected to contribute in the discussions. It is stressed that the development of each student’s individual skills and talents is given equal, significant, weight as the ability to cooperate within groups.
|short subject description||
The aim of the subject is to familiarise students with basic techniques of staging art in the public sphere. These include stencil, sticker art, graffiti, larg format screenings, video mapping, installations, spatial objects, performance etc. Students are going to become acquainted with the works of most infuential authors of public art, including Krzysztof Wodiczko, Keith Harrring, Christo, Banksy, King Robbo, Anish Kapor, Peter Greenaway, Banksy, Roa, Blu, Boamistura, Klaus Obermaier, Bill Viola, Cai Guo-Qiang, Doris Salcedo, Mat Callingshaw, Teo Jansen, Richard Serra Rachel Whiteread, Jeff Koons, William Kentridge. Students are required to record a 1-minute long autopresentation and, subsequently, upload it to YouTube. Furthermore, students in groups of two to four people have to perform an artistic intervention in the public sphere employing one or more of the above listed techniques.
|form of classes||
Tutorials, studio practice and consultations form the mode of this module. Every students has to independently identify, research and document public space that capable of becoming the stage for artistic intervention. Students are expected to utilise their sense of self-criticism and introspection as well as their social and communication skills to publically present their works.
|subject area coverage||
Individual web autopresentation. Artistic intervention in the public sphere by groups of two to four students.
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1. Goldberg Roselee, Performance- live art. Since the 60’s, Moo 1998
|placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs||lack of data|
|formal requirements||lack of data|
Basic level of manual skills required in visual arts. Background knowledge of history of art and culture. Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop and film editing (e.g. Adobe Premiere) software.
|Painting / Technology of Public Art s.3||r||60||3||