Exhibition Project 2
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|307EEXH2||ZK||2||14 seminar hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 40 to 50 hours of self-study||English||summer|
Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student knows the principles of systematic and methodical work on a creative project, starting with its idea and ending with the realization, explication and presentation of the exhibition project. They can apply these principles. The student is able to situate his/her own approach within a certain conceptual framework of approach to the theme being portrayed, is able to work with the continuity of his/her own work with related works, or is able to define himself/herself in relation to art works of the past and present.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The exhibition project is based on systematic and methodical work, starting with a creative idea and ending with a realized and presented exhibition project. The course is based on the introspection of one's own creative process, finding sources of inspiration, their analysis, the creation of a conceptual framework of the approach to the topic being portrayed, the analysis of the issues and context in which the project is created, the research of the historical and contemporary context, the awareness of the connection or negation of important works related to the topic, the choice of media and the scope of the project, the idea of the necessary collaboration or the acquisition of new skills, especially in the field of technical support for the presentation and the actual implementation of the project in the exhibition space. Throughout the creative process, the listener works with the accompanying text
- an explication, which serves primarily as a record of its own methodology and approach, as a basis for consultation, and in its final form as a basis for the evaluation committee and the basis of the listener's verbal explication. The listener makes full use of joint and individual consultations, working closely with the studio manager, who recommends and highlights different approaches and determines the scope of the work.
The timetable can be briefly described as a search for answers to the questions - what - why - how - where
1 joint studio consultation - presentation of themes, discussion - justification of themes and topics to be worked on, feedback
2 joint studio consultation - research of own themes and topics - examples of elaboration, feedback for other listeners
3 individual consultations with the studio leader - recommendation of other inspirational sources
4 joint studio consultation - expanding the meanings of the project, refining the meaning and mission, placing it in a contemporary context, presenting the beginning of the work
5 joint studio consultation - choice of media and scope of the work, presentation of the created working material, collected materials, etc.
6 individual consultation - pointing out pitfalls, reviewing the timetable, individual recommendations
7 presentation of the work in process, revision of the original plans and their refinement
8 presentation of work in process - resolution of technical problems - discussion of collaborating entities - technical recommendations
9 individual consultation - reflection on deviations from the original plan, their evaluation and inclusion in the elaboration
10 revision of the explication, methods of adjustment, work with material, technological procedures
11 solving adjustment problems in relation to the conceptual plan and spatial possibilities, solving technological and technical problems, practical solutions to technical security
12 installation of the exhibition project in the exhibition space
Recommended or required reading
Individually commissioned literature according to the theme of the exhibition project.
Cotter, Lucy, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, and Hatje-Cantz-Verlag. Reclaiming Artistic Research. Hate Cantz, 2019. Borgdorff, Henk, Peter Peters, and Trevor Pinch, eds. Dialogues between Artistic Research and Science and Technology Studies. Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies. New York: Routledge, 2020.
Borgdorff, Henk. The Conflict of the Faculties: Perspectives on Artistic Research and Academia. Amsterdam: Leiden.
University Press, 2012.
Schwab, Michael, ed. Transpositions: Aesthetic-Epistemic Operators in Artistic Research. Orpheus Institute Series.
Leuven (Belgium): Leuven University Press, 2018.
Mersch, Dieter et al. Manifesto of Artistic Research. Diaphanes 2020.
Butt, Danny. Artistic Research in the Future Academy. Bristol, UK Chicago, USA: Intellect, 2017.
Schwab, Michael, and Henk Borgdorff, eds. The Exposition of Artistic Research: Publishing Art in Academia. Leiden:
Leiden University Press, 2014.
Hannula, Mika, Juha Suoranta, and Tere Vadén. Artistic Research Methodology: Narrative, Power and the Public.
Critical Qualitative Research, Vol. 15. New York: Peter Lang, 2014.
Assessment methods and criteria
Evaluation - examination before the committee. The student defends the result of his/her own semester work, which has a coherent form and meets the requirements for public presentation in the exhibition space. In specific cases, it may be a work in a public space. An essential part of the exhibition project is an explication of two to three standard pages, which includes the author's intention, conveyance of the creative process, justification of the means used, sources of inspiration, inclusion in the context of contemporary art and critical reflection.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Photography EN - Master - 2022 (required main subject)