Campus Wahlmodul / Master Class / Kursangebot der Partnerschule (HKB)
|Nummer und Typ
|MTH-MTH-WPM-02.20H.006 / Moduldurchführung
|Master-Campus-Theater-CH 02 ECTS
|Departement Darstellende Künste und Film
|HKB, Zikadenweg 35, Bern
|5 - 12
|Alle – (Studierende, die sich bereits im FS20 für diesen Kurs angemeldet hatten, haben Vorrang)
|New Technologies for Stage Production is a four-day, practice-based course where we will discuss the theory and application of new technologies in the context of narrative. What does it mean to mediate a performance? How does an audience accustomed to performing on social media encounter a stage play? Drawing on theory and examples of work done both in and outside of Switzerland, the students will discuss the impact that contemporary technologies have had on the way that theatre is both produced and consumed, as well as receive an introduction to various technologies including projection mapping and stage control software such as Millumin and Qlab. Finally, the students will work in groups to produce a scenography using the skills we cover during the course.
|bestanden / nicht bestanden
|Dieser Kurs hätte im FS20 stattfinden sollen und musste aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie verschoben werden. Die Studierenden, die sich im FS20 dafür angemeldet hatten, haben Vorrang.
Andrew Sempere is a designer and artist who works primarily with technology, location and narrative. Andrew graduated with a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2001, a Masters in Media Arts and Science from the MIT Media Lab with a focus on epistemology and learning in 2003 and a PhD in Architecture from the EPFL in Switzerland, with a focus on computational shifts in theatrical space. Andrew has worked professionally at large and small tech companies, including IBM research from 2007-2012. He is currently head of engineering for the Toasterlab Mixed Reality Performance Atelier and Director of Special Projects for The Place Lab Ltd. where he produces location-based digital stories and research tools.