Installations and Audiovisual Media


Teaching Staff: Floros Angelos
Course Code: AVA840
Course Category: Specific Background
Course Type: Elective
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: Greek
Delivery method: In the classroom
Semester: 8
ECTS: 7
Teaching Units: 4
Teaching Hours: 4
E Class Page: https://e-class.ionio.gr/courses/DAVA329

Teaching Structure:
ActivitySemester Workload
Lectures26
Lab Lectures26
Tutorial0
Hands-on Lab0
Practice and Preparation43
Independent Study80
Course Total (ECTS: 7)175

LL_COURSES_REQUIRES: AVA540, TEC611, Συνέντευξη, Φάκελος Εργασιών
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Short Description:

The course provides the exploration on the field of the Artistic Installation in Public Space. It is explored how concepts such as interaction, engagement, ‘genius loci’ of the space, experience, natural as well as urban environment as well as technology relate to artistic work in the public space.


Objectives - Learning Outcomes:

Aim of the course is to investigate syntax and grammar in artistic works that develop direct conversation both with the site and with visitors or users of the artwork. Establishing a symbiotic model with all the parameters and components that shape the unmistakable frame desired by the creator is a prerequisite. It makes the existence of the participant necessary to complete narrative.


The course also includes workshops related to the use of technology in artistic projects, such as cartographic projection, depth camera use, the use of a human gesture recognition camera, and a study of the creation of non-linear narratives through real-time editing techniques.


Syllabus:

1st week: Starting new forms of Art

2nd week: The evolution of Media in Art

3rd week: Presentation of projects Installations I, Video art

4th week: Presentation of projects Installations II, Kinetic Art.
PRESENTATION OF THE EXERCISE

5th-6th-7th week: 3-day Interaction Workshop, The language of the new media, Conversion of a linear project into an interactive, Arduino Laboratory, Processing

8th-9th week: 3-day Projection Methods Workshop, The project in the Public Space, Cartographic Projection

10th week: Artistic works 1991-present

11th week: Kinect Laboratory

12th week: Presentation

13th week: Corrections


Suggested Bibliography:

Manovich, L. (2002). The Language of New Media. The MIT Press.
Paul, C. (2003). Digital Art. London: Thames & Hudson.
Σταυρίδης, Σ. (2002). Από την Πόλη Οθόνη στην Πόλη Σκηνή. Αθήνα: Ελληνικά Γράμματα.
Bishop, C. (2005). Installation Art: A Critical History. New York: Routledge.De Oliveira, Ν. (2004). Installation Art in the New Millennium: The Empire of the Senses. Thames & Hudson.
Rosenthal, M. (2005). Understanding Installation Art. Prestel Publishing. Paul, C. (2003). "Digital Technologies as a Medium". In Digital Art. London: Thames & Hudson.
Miles, M. (1997). Art, Space and the City. London: Routledge.


Teaching Methods:

The lesson offers a good number of lectures on the relationships of different cultures with technology, science and the arts. The laboratories prepare the students technically by providing them with the necessary skills to develop the work, following the whole course of the conception of the central idea, its evolution during the planning phase and its implementation. The transmission of knowledge takes place through the implementation of the laboratories by solving a series of problems and issues that arise during the implementation phase.


Evaluation Methods:

The project is being presented
Text up to 2500 words with the development and description of the project
Video of the project 1,5-2,5 minutes


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