Spring Master´s Practical Class: Verbal Explication and Presentation

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
307ESMV ZK 2 28 seminar hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 29 to 39 hours of self-study English summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

The student deepens knowledge and skills of explication of his/her creative work, in particular, he/she is able to creatively use his/her own notes and diary, which he/she is able to keep, in the framework of explication and presentation. The student understands the role of the journal in the research and creative process.

Mode of study

Seminars

Prerequisites and co-requisites

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Course contents

The course includes an evaluation and synthesis of all the knowledge and experience gained. It inspires students to deepen their work with the topic in other projects or in their approach to them. It broadens the listener's understanding of contemporary issues in the presentation and application of their own projects. In addition to the creative project, the listener presents all their records of collaborative activities - notes, journal, presentation design, etc. The aim is to create an assemblage of collected material that can be further developed and modified through consultation and interview with the committee.

1 - 4 - conceptual preparation, intensive work during the study trip or workshop, ongoing organisation of the results into the intended presentation

5 - implementation and preparation of the project and presentation

6 - defense and verbal explication before the committee with emphasis on extended feedback from the committee

Recommended or required reading

Required reading:

It always depends on the designated topic of the practitioner.

Recommended reading:

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.

Szendy, Peter, and Jan Plug. The Supermarket of the Visible: Toward a General Economy of Images, 2019. https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=1863970.

Bridle, James. New Dark Age: Technology, Knowledge and the End of the Future. London ; Brooklyn, NY: Verso, 2018.

Assessment methods and criteria

The course ends with a classified examination. The prerequisite for passing the course is the presentation of a final thesis or project with an explication of 3 standard pages. The project is defended before a committee consisting of at least 2 internal teachers and 2 external specialists who deal with the topic either in their artistic work or in theoretical terms.

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Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans