Who is in? Participation, inclusion and access in art
Underviser: Michaela Kühn Jara
Kontaktperson: Morten Tandrup, firstname.lastname@example.org
This module is about participation, inclusion and access in art and examines ways in which, for instance, the composer opens the doors for the listener, or how the teacher opens the doors for the pupil. We will start by looking at participation as a way to question taken-for-granted modes of productions, to go deeper into accessibility practices and aesthetics of access.
We will examine concrete access practices from performing arts and music; we will discuss selected topics based on so-called crip theory (which focuses on the intersection of queer studies and disability studies); we will get familiar with some artists with disabilities and their work.
The students will be asked to relate their own work to these notions and reflect further: How can inclusion take place within my own work as a musician/composer/producer? How are the formats we currently use excluding/including others? How can the participatory aspect of the work be at the center of a creative practice?
NB: The module will be conducted primarily in English, but the lecturer speaks and understands Danish as well.
An interest in questioning conventional modes of creating and listening. Ideally some experience or interest in interdisciplinarity, as examples from performing arts (mainly dance) in collaboration with music will be thematised.
Ved afslutningen af modulet skal den studerende:
- Have understood basic concepts related to participation and inclusion in arts.
- Have challenged one’s perception of what art and culture can be.
- Have reflected upon the inclusive aspect of one’s own work as well as the works of other artists.
- Have achieved insights about overall ideas of collaborations between different arts forms, mainly performing arts and music.
Der arbejdes med følgende områder:
- Inclusion and participation in the arts
- Accessibility practices
- Crip theory
UNDERVISNINGS- OG ARBEJDSFORMER
- Group work
- Practical exercises
Holdstørrelse, normalt 8-9 studerende
A self-chosen topic must be explained within the framework of the module in the form of a so-called reflection essay of 5 standard pages. The essay is submitted in WISEflow before the deadline, set by the Study Administration.
Alison Kaffee (2013) Feminist, Queer, Crip
Thomas Turino (2008) Music as Social Life: The Politics of Participation
Howe, Blake, Jensen-Moulton, Lerner (2015) The Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies
Johanna Hedva’s Disability Access Rider and Sick Woman Theory
DIY Access Guide from Attitude is everything (http://www.attitudeiseverything.org.uk/diyaccessguide)
Instructive texts for Audio Descriptions by Jess Curtis
TED talks (Amber Galloway Gallego, Neil Harbisson, between others) and short YouTube clips, as well as artists’ webpages and videos.
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Frist for tilmelding til forårssemesteret 2022 er d. 24. januar