Digital culture

Teacher: Rune Søchting

The teaching describes the role of technology in various art genres within contemporary art.


PREREQUISITES

General interest and a desire to work seriously on the subject.


LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the module, the student shall:

  • be able to analyse and reflect on key artistic and cultural phenomena in digital culture
  • have gained insight into artistic practices that involve and reflect on the role of technology in artistic practice – both how new technology opens up for cross-media and cross-aesthetic genre phenomena, and how technology can be the basis for the formation of new aesthetic strategies and meetings between the audience and the work
  • be able to reflect on own practice in the light of current trends in contemporary art and music

CONTENTS

Work will be performed in the following areas:

  • the role of technology in various art genres within contemporary art
  • central theoretical and artistic positions in the 20th and 21st centuries

TEACHING AND WORKING METHODS

Teaching takes place as group lessons (all year groups) and is built on the following course:

  • lectures
  • practical tasks
  • presentation
  • discussion
  • evaluation

Attentive: Can be taken in part via distance learning using Zoom. Some lessons require attendance.


GROUP FORMATION

10-15 students. Space for 5 distance students.


ASSESSMENT

Certificate subject – passed/not passed at attendance.


REFERENCES
TIME

Fall semester – 5 lessons of 1 hour

PLACE

Syddansk Musikkonservatorium, Esbjerg.

ONLINE

Partially online

LEVEL

BA-level

ECTS

5 ECTS

LANGUAGE

Danish

REGISTRATION

If you wish to participate in one of the TVAERS courses, you can register 1 or 2 course requests.

Before the course begins, you will be notified as to whether you are offered a place on the course.

Deadline for registration for the Fall semester 2021 is June 15th

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