DIG Pool 10: Art & Radical Love (gLV)
DIG Pool 8: Art & Surveillance
Master-Symposium: Touching Ground
Nils Röller, Judith Welter, Rabea Ridlhammer
Pool 1: Art & Politics: October School 2021
Christoph Schenker, Franz Krähenbühl, Yvonne Wilhelm
Pool 11: Art & Commission
Pool 2: Art and Techno-Ecologies (gLV)
Pool 3: Art & Experimental Writing
Pool 4: Art & Performativity (gLV)
Pool 5: Art & Bad Taste
Pool 6: Art & (Re) Presentation
Pool 7: Art & Painting
Pool 9: Art & Critique
Christian Philipp Müller
Practice 2: Futuristic Vaudeville meets Postdramatic
Marie-France Rafael, Paulina Olowska, Pascal Sidler
Practice 3: Animism
Christian Hübler, Uriel Orlow, Nina Kerschbaumer
Practice 4: Untitled 2021/2022
Judith Welter, Shirana Shahbazi, Pascal Sidler
Practice 5: Thinking Big, Small & Many
Dominique Lämmli, Nils Röller, Rabea Ridlhammer
Praxis 1: „Wokeness“ – im Strudel von Solidarität, Nachhaltigkeit und Diversity (Teil l)
Yvonne Wilhelm, Sören Grammel, Nina Kerschbaumer
Technology 1: Sound-STOP, REWIND, REPLAY. Terrestrial Presence in Recorded Audio
Technology 2: Introduction Photo Cluster
Conradin Frei, Jyrgen Ueberschär
Technology 3: Sketching and Model Making for Exhibitions (2D/3D)
|Nummer und Typ||MFA-MFA-Pr00.21H.005 / Moduldurchführung|
|Veranstalter||Departement Fine Arts|
|Leitung||Dominique Lämmli, Nils Röller, Rabea Ridlhammer|
|Anzahl Teilnehmende||maximal 12|
|Voraussetzungen||Course language: English|
|Lehrform||Self-reflextion, discussion, inputs, workshops, Werkdiskurse|
|Zielgruppen||MA Fine Arts students|
Open for exchange students
|Lernziele / Kompetenzen||• At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to position their work self-reflectively within pluriperspective art worlds|
• Will be able to relate their work to different knowledge modes, reflective practice, and artistic research
• Learn to present their work.
|Inhalte||We work within pluriperspective art worlds and rapidly changing realities. In response, some withdraw and confine themselves into a cell: The cell of our production. Others open up their thoughts and work processes and integrate different influences, that is, socio-cultural, political, regional, and pluriperspectivity, into their work.|
Considering the seminar topic Thinking Big, Small & Many, we will reflect our own practices through thinking, making and acting. We will also reflect our own positions and resulting perspectives on specific issues we will focus on, in the group as well as in conversation with guests.
We will be reading and discussing at concrete poetry by women* and look through the microscope at historical and contemporary examples of the small in art and beyond: meticulous models, darling dioramas, pocket portraits, monastic manuscripts and nasty nutshells. We will rethink scale and materials through our hands during workshops. We will discuss large-scale works, e.g., billboards and small booklets and one-pagers. We will also address assumptions about art, different modes of knowledge production as well as debates on the reflective practitioner.
The literature, weblinks, and further information is accessible on PAUL after registration.
In the framework of the seminar, an excursion to Poland (weeks 41/42) will take place conditionally (Covid-19). Further information will be provided at a later date.
About the lecturers:
Nils Röller is a professor at the Zurich University of the Arts. His research focuses on the relation between text, image and philosophy [https://www.iconographyofphilosophy.ch/] . In the Journal for Art, Sex and Mathematics [https://www.journalfuerkunstsexundmathematik.ch/] he publishes experimental posts in collaboration with artists and poets since 2006 Out of this Journal Research Projects have been developed and financed by Swiss National Science Foundation.
Recent publications in English and German language include “Interfacing Philosophy” [https://koko.zhdk.ch/2021/04/01/interfacing-philosophy/], in Text-Image Parergon[https://koko.zhdk.ch/text-image-parergon/] (Mai 2021).
“Hermes”, in Beat Streuli. Fabric of Reality (Zurich: Lars Muller Publishers, 2019), “Oswalds Hubble“, in Interface Critique 2 (2019), also in Beate Geissler/Oliver Sann (eds.), Oswald Wiener – The Bio-Adapter (Berlin: Kadmos); “Organon“, in Donatella Berardi (ed.),Art, Self & System (Berlin: Sternberg, 2019). Further: https://fdb.zhdk.ch/inf2/index.php and https://www.romanform.ch/bio_publications_en/
Rabea Ridlhammer (DE, 1990) is an artist and graphic designer based in Zürich. Her work is often research based and collaborative, making use of and dealing with trivialized practices and minor aesthetic categories such as cuteness, comedy, craft or gossip. The bar is a recurrent element or site of her works, being both a space of social encounter and a place with a specific function outside of the art context.
Prof. Dominique Lämmli is an artist and philosophers. She works studio-based, collaborative, and situation specific. She co-runs the independent research FOA-FLUX and runs mAiA GmbH. Her research and writings focuse on socially engaged art, art research, and art in global contexts. Dominiquelaemmli.ch, foa-flux.net, maia.vision, artandsociety.net
|Bibliographie / Literatur||Will be handed out during the course.|
|Leistungsnachweis / Testatanforderung||Mandatory attendance (minimum 80%); active participation; semester report|
|Termine||Time: 10:00 - 18:00 o'clock|
CW 39: 27 / 28 / 29 / 30 September, 01 October
CW 02: 10 / 11 / 12 January
CW 41 / 42 (optional)
CW 02: 13 / 14 January
|Bewertungsform||bestanden / nicht bestanden|