The intention is to create the visual artwork for each student parallel with the knowledge resulting from the artistic research and personal searches. In the process of artistic research aims to combine the tradition of studio practice with contemporaries and polymorphous perceptions in the field of visual arts.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Drawing I & II: Theory and Experience. Historical and Conceptual Drawing.
When is a drawing becoming an object rather than an image?
How can a line leave the paper and become "action"?
Can a drawing tell a story?
These questions and many more will guide the course of the students work. The cycle of activities for Drawing aims to the understanding of the history of Drawing as the foundation of artistic and not only education in modernity, but also of its contemporary status as an opportunity to present personal ideas and innovative new forms. Historical examples of art, the “encyclopaedism” of drawing bystanders, typography and non art equivalent formats such as maps, educational charts, computer graphics as well as all kinds of urban shapes and formats (signs- codes) will be introduced as standards for weekly assignments and mid-term projects.