To present the production process and presentation of artwork as a unity.
How to develop knowledge and understanding of contemporary art through the act of the workshop to meet the demands of modern art, social and cultural context.
How to develop professionalism in free artistic practice, technical skills and production organizational skills in order to respond adequately to the level of the different application fields of visual arts that arise.
The students must have the capacity to implement and find solutions to their creative ideas, experimental methods and conceptual proposals.
To have the ability to negotiate and argue individual/team level.
To understand the recruitment relationships and host of artwork from different viewers
Content of perceptual capacity in which each project can be developed
Ability to act effectively in the conditions of working environment
Developments of basic research methods that the recruitment information can be critically edited and collected with further other information.
Ability to develop and understanding of the theory, conceptual approach and methodology corresponding to a field of knowledge that occurs through the visual search.
The capacity to exercise appropriate criticism of a number of complex situations and contexts
The ability to act in unfamiliar and unknown situations
The ability to develop their public issue
Development of imagination and creativity for the technical implementation in their work
Formulation of key questions and critical discourse joint with projects of other artists
Create, manage, arrangement and presentation of an artistic practice, professional
Effective treatment of intentions, values and concepts generated in the social space
Systematic understanding of the knowledge generated in the studio
Focus and cultivate critical view of modern developments
Presentation upon detection of data and specification of research on a high level
Self-awareness in view of professional and academic development
Course Content (Syllabus)
The course deals with the dynamics of performance art, starting from its ritual origin and reaching to its contemporary form examined in relation to the artistic quest of the subject who acts on the axis of her/his physicality. The course integrates the genealogy of performance into a laboratory-theoretical logic of practice. In this context, an experiential application of theories is developed based on three basic and interconnected principles: body-space-time.