DIG Pool 1: Art & (Re) Presentation
DIG Pool 2: Art & Exhibiting (Graduating Group 1)
Gianni Jetzer Corti
DIG Pool 3: Art & Exhibiting (Graduating Group 2)
Gianni Jetzer Corti
DIG Pool 4: Art & PhD (gLV)
Laura von Niederhäusern together with the members of the practice-based PhD group: Viviana Gonzalez, Bernhard Herbordt & Melanie Mohren, Sasha Huber, Eirini Sourgiadaki
DIG Pool 5: Art & Face (gLV)
DIG Pool 6: Art & Display
LOC Pool 7: Art & Index
DIG Pool 8: Art & Crisis (gLV)
DIG Pool 9: Art & Vulnerability (gLV)
Christian Hübler (knowbotiq)
DIG Pool 10: Art & Family (gLV)
LOC Pool 11: Art & Book
Prof. Dr. Nils Röller
HYB Practice 1: Poetry in Action
Nils Röller, Lorenza Longhi, Nina Kerschbaumer
HYB Practice 2: Draw a Map to Get Lost
Swetlana Heger-Davis, Mitchell Anderson, Pascal Sidler
HYB Practice 3: A World of Many Worlds – Approaching the Planetary (2)
Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Hübler, Pascal Sidler
HYB Practice 4: The Uncanny in Nature
Una Alja Szeemann, Laura Arici, Nina Kerschbaumer
HYB Practice 5: Ghostly Matters: The Archival Edition
Uriel Orlow, Christoph Schenker, Rabea Ridlhammer
HYB Practice 6: Virtual Tendencies and Postdigital Relationalities
Marie-France Rafael, Doireann O'Malley, Rabea Ridlhammer
LOC Technology 1: Sound Studio
LOC Technology 2: Introduction Fotocluster
Jyrgen Ueberschär, Conradin Frei
"Art & (Re-)presentation"
|Nummer und Typ||MFA-MFA-Po00.21F.001 / Moduldurchführung|
|Veranstalter||Departement Fine Arts|
|Anzahl Teilnehmende||maximal 9|
|Voraussetzungen||Course language: English|
Draft of a portfolio
|Lehrform||Seminar, theoretical and practical workshop, group and individual tutorials with external guests (portfolio review)|
|Zielgruppen||MA Fine Arts students only, recommended for graduating students|
Not open for exchange students
|Lernziele / Kompetenzen||Understanding of the work identifying the best way to convey it|
Construction of an effective portfolio as a third point of view on the artistic production
Ability to present and discuss your own artistic research
|Inhalte||This module looks at the mediality, history, and architecture of the portfolio as a powerful tool of |
(re-)presentation and reflection in artistic practice. Simultaneously it explores other upcoming modes of depiction and dispersion of the work in the field of contemporary art.
Starting from a theoretical investigation, we discuss and apply strategies, techniques, tools, giving indications to assemble a compelling dossier, for different levels of artistic experience, aims and biographies, by diving into a workshop-like environment.
We will look at how to speak and how to argue about artworks by meeting several guests such as curators, cultural players, designers, artists and gallerists.
Our gatherings will also be occasion to learn about important pieces of art history in connection to the subject of this unit, getting to know the work of some inspiring contemporary artists such as Seth Price, Hito Steyerl, Lutz Bacher, Wolfgang Tillmans, etc.
About the lecturer:
Gabriele Garavaglia (b. 1981 Vercelli IT. Living and working in Zurich CH) is an artist and visiting lecturer in both the Bachelor Fine Arts and Master Fine Arts programmes at the Zurich University of the Arts.
He studied architecture at Bartlett School of Architecture in London and at the Polytechnic University of Milan. He attended the Fine Arts Master programme at ECAL in Lausanne.
Gabriele has been presenting his work internationally, most recently at Museum Folkwang (DE 2019); Kunsthaus Glarus (CH 2019); ICA Milano (IT 2019); Kunsthalle Zürich (CH 2020); LUMA Westbau (CH 2020); Istituto Svizzero (2020 IT) and Swiss Institute New York (US 2020).
He received the Swiss Art Awards 2019 and was nominated for the Swiss Art Performance Award 2020. Concept-based and narrative driven, his work results in performance, installation, image production and on-site interventions.
|Bibliographie / Literatur||Will be handed out before or during the course.|
|Leistungsnachweis / Testatanforderung||Mandatory attendance (minimum 80%); active participation|
|Termine||Time: 10:00 - 18:00 o'clock|
CW 10: 08 / 09 / 10 / 11 / 12 March