|Delivery Type||Delivery length / details|
|Lecture||10 x 2 hour Lecture/Seminars|
|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Assignments (x2) There are two assessed assignments for this module. These assignments are conducted and realised in tandem, and each should inform and reflect the other whilst retaining an independent artistic integrity:1. The conception and realisation of an independently generated aesthetic event, presented within the public domain. This is a solo project, conducted within parameters negotiated with the course tutors. This project is publicly presented in actual space through a finite duration.||70%|
|Semester Assessment||Electronic Documentation The preparation and presentation, in electronic format, of documents describing and critically supporting the proposed aesthetic event. These documents should include annotated drawings, plans, photographs, sound and moving image material appropriate to the proposal and clearly articulate the aims, strategies and intended outcomes of the work.||30%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Resit: Assignments (x2) The second assessment permits repeat submission (in response to a new project brief) during the August re-sit period||70%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Resit: Electronic Documentation The first assessment may be re-sat through re-taking the module, or via the submission of a 5000 word dissertation contextualizing the proposed Aesthetic Event within current trends of contemporary scenographic practice.||30%|
On completion of this module, students should be able to.
1. Demonstrate the ability to re-appraise methodologies and practices previously studied, through the conception and articulation of two autonomously generated aesthetic events, realised and presented within the public domain.
2. Show the skills and understanding necessary to simultaneously engage actual and virtual space within the parallel articulation of two cross-referenced, aesthetic events.
3. Conduct the considered organisation of electronic folio material as transferable artistic artifacts and documents of practice available within the public domain.
This concluding module aims to provoke informed re-appraisal of methodologies and practices previously studied, within the context of complete aesthetic events autonomously created from the principles of scenography. The module provides a structure for the manifestation of such re-appraisal through the conception and articulation of two independently generated aesthetic events, both presented within the public domain. These solo works are intended to inform and reflect one another, and are developed in tandem, one within actual, the other within virtual, space. The module also facilitates a final drawing together of individual electronic folio material as transferable artistic artifacts and publishable documents of practice. These documents are intended to be of particular value on graduation, contributing to a career or postgraduate portfolio.
- To provoke informed re-appraisal of methodologies and practices previously studied, within the context of complete aesthetic events autonomously motivated, determined and executed from the principles of scenography.
- To provide a structure for the manifestation of such re-appraisal through the conception and articulation of independently generated aesthetic events, realised and presented within the public domain.
- To encourage simultaneous creative engagement with actual and virtual space within the parallel articulation of two, cross-referenced, aesthetic events.
- To enable the considered organisation of electronic folio material as transferable artistic artefacts and documents of practice available within the public domain.
1. Real Space Project Introduction. Research task 1. - image material.
2. Web Space Project Introduction. (Architecture). Research Task 2 - image linking.
3. Concept Development: intention, strategy, outcome. Research task 3 - real space structures and text documents.
4. Real Space Structures - shared space, divided time + alternatives. Research task 4 - web structures, relation of text, image.
5. Web Structure - further compositional techniques. Research task 5 - initial 'Real Space' proposal + supporting material.
6. Concept 1. Presentation of Real Space propositions. Research Task 6 - concept translation in virtual space.
7. Evualuation of web structures. Real space structure resolution. Research task 7. Resolution of proposal to Real Space structure + developed illustration.
8. Sound material and virtual space. Compositional technique and revised material. Research task 8 - preparation of Concept 2 + 2 x 30 second films.
9. Video material and virtual space. Integration of video material. Research task 8 - preparation of final propositions.
10. Real Space final proposal detailing intention, strategy, and anticipated outcome.
1. Web documentation 1.
2. Web documentation 2.
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Application of Number||* Tackle problems involving number within IT data handling|
|Communication||* Read in a specific context * Communicate through specific software application * Speak in different contexts and for different purposes (inc presentation and discussion) * Listen effectively|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||* Devise and apply realistic learning and self management strategies|
|Information Technology||* Use a range of commonly used and specific software packages * Present information and data * Manage storage systems * Use email /internet appropriately and effectively|
|Personal Development and Career planning||* Develop awareness of personal skills, beliefs and qualities in relation to course/career progression * Plan and prepare materials for future course/career and organize these in electronic format|
|Problem solving||* Identify conceptual problems * Identify factors which might influence potential solutions * Develop creative thinking approaches to problem solving * Evaluate advantages and disadvantages of potential solutions * Construct a rational proposal in response to a problem|
|Research skills||* Understand a range of research methods * Plan and carry out research * Produce academically appropriate feedback from research|
|Team work||* Knowledge sharing through discussion. * Understand the concept of group dynamics * Play an active part in group activities. * Contribute to the setting of group goals * Contribute effectively to the planning of group activities * Exercise negotiation and persuasion skills|
Reading ListRecommended Text
Bachelard, Gaston (1994.) The Poetics of Space Beacon Press, Primo search Benson, Phil and Toogood, Sarah (2002.) Challenges to research and practice. Dublin: Authentik Language Learning Resources, Primo search Blair, Lindsay (1998) Joseph Cornell's Vision of Spiritual Order Reaktion books Primo search Childs &Walwin (1998) A split second of Paradise: (Live art, Installation and Performance) Rivers Oram Press Primo search Haenlein (ed.) (1997) Rebecca Horn: The Glance of Infinity Scalo Primo search Laurel, Brenda , (1991) Computers as Theatre Reading, M.A Addison-Wesley, Primo search Wallis, Brian and (1998) Land and Environmental Art Phaidon Primo search
This module is at CQFW Level 6