Studio IV: Spatial Interaction 

Deep Space (localized)
Nummer und TypBDE-VIAD-V-4010.06.22F.001 / Moduldurchführung
VeranstalterDepartement Design
LeitungDr. Roman Kirschner
Luke Franzke
Paulina Zybinska
ZeitDi 3. Mai 2022 bis Fr 10. Juni 2022
ECTS8 Credits
LehrformClass sessions include lectures, discussions, mentoring sessions, in-class presentations, assignments, independent study/investigation blocks and independent practical work on prototypes and final works.
Projects are conducted in teams.
ZielgruppenPflichtmodul für Interaction Design, 4. Semester
Lernziele / KompetenzenStudents most of all learn about the constraints of working in and with different aspects of public space and the tools/methods to track people's interactions and environmental changes. In addition, they learn how to connect spatial and conceptual complexities and structure their approach in relation to their project goals while iteratively adapting their methods.
InhalteThe module 'Spatial Interaction' challenges students to deepen their practical and conceptual knowledge of human interactions in their immediate surroundings. Starting from a location in Zurich where public life and „tamed nature“ overlap, students will develop spatio-technical frameworks for situated interactions. The student projects will connect people and environmental processes with the aim of investigating local impacts of urban behavior as well as long-distance effects of individual actions. They will learn how to interface the present mesocosm (collecting environmental data, identifying relationships) and how to anticipate/experiment with advanced techniques like remote sensing or machine vision. Designing in such situations may require the development of strategies for public outreach and communication as well as basic knowledge of intervening in complex systems. Students will work in groups and in a form of self-governed organization developed specifically for this course.
Leistungsnachweis / TestatanforderungMin. 80% attendance
Final Work 50%
In-class Presentations 20%
Journal Documentation 20%
Class Participation 10%
Termine03.05.2022 - 10.06.2022
Dauer23 Tage
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