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Petrichor - Exhibition at CIAP Kunstverein Genk

with Félicia Atkinson, Ismaïl Bahri, Sina Hensel, Bárbara Prada und Luca Vanello, curated by Lucie Ménard

Named after the heady scent emanating from the dry soil during the summer rain, Petrichor echoes the evanescent character of the artistic practices included in the exhibition. It is a celebration of micro-phenomena, inviting us to slow down and focus on the almost imperceptible processes that surround us at every given moment. A gesture that might seem simple but holds deep political implications, especially today, in the face of the global slowdown caused by the pandemic. As the world stands still, our relationship to labour and productivity is disrupted. What if this forced stop would become an occasion to unlearn and to become aware anew of what surrounds us?

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Project Funding: Hybrid Thinking Tools

CURRICULUM 4.0.NRW »Designing university curricula for the digital world« Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia in cooperation with the Stifterverband and the Digital University of North Rhine-Westphalia supports the project Hybrid Thinking Tools - Research Learning at the Interface of Material Experience and Digital Abstraction (HYDE).

https://www.land.nrw/de/pressemitteilung/curriculum-40nrw-land-foerdert-22-konzepte-zur-digitalisierung-der-hochschullehre

 
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First year of study: drawing excursion to Liège, Antwerp and Brussels

The focus is set on the development of a 'culture of travel'. The excursion not only encourages to get to know cultural diversity (in particular the Euregio area), but also to get familiar with significant as well as less known architecture and architectural ideas. These new experiences are processed visually in a personal sketchbook.

// EXCURSION CANCELED: WE ARE WORKING ON AN ALTERNATIVE FORMAT //

 
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Drawing Excursion to Armenia: 29.05.2020 - 07.06.2020. Lecturers: Univ.-Prof. Thomas Schmitz, Anja Neuefeind, Sina Hensel

The event format 'On The Road' thematizes a places through travel. Excursions lead us away from the familiar to new experiences. The unambiguity of the situation of a 'drawing excursion' creates an atmosphere, for those involved in such an undertaking, that 'inspires' everyone.

// EXCURSION CANCELED: WE ARE WORKING ON AN ALTERNATIVE FORMAT //

 
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Lecture: Bugs, glitches and other unpredictabilities. Anja Neuefeind.

Anja Neuefeind: 'Bugs, glitches and other unpredictabilities. Resistance of digital drawing tools and their aesthetic potential'. Conference: "Hacking the Computable. On the aesthetic critique of digital rationality" 16.01.2020 - 18.01.2020

http://www.abk-stuttgart.de/aktuell/veranstaltung/2020/01/16/e/p/c/tagung-hacking-the-computable-zur-aesthetischen-kritik-digitaler-rationalitaet.html

 
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Lecture: Modeling movements, noting space. Dominik Mohs.

In January 2020 Dominik Mohs gave a lecture on "Modeling movements, noting space". In addition to his theoretical approach and anthropologically based spatial concept, he will provide insight into his analysis of artistic practices. With the help of motion capture processes and collaboration with dancers, he conducts movement studies in architectural spaces. All students are cordially invited.

 
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Lecture: Designing as memories. Univ.-Prof. Thomas H. Schmitz

The online magazine archimaera celebrates its relaunch and its new issue “atmospheres” at the UAA with a lecture by Thomas H. Schmitz on the subject of “designing as memories”.
Friday, November 22, 7 p.m. at the UAA Ungers Archive for Architectural Studies. Cologne.


 
 

Freshmens week Project: Body Drawing

A large piece of fabric served as the starting point for an action that looked at the dimensions of body, history, memory and language. In groups, the students developed an action whose goal was the perception of the surrounding space, of fellow human beings and, not least, of oneself. The actions carried out were captured in photographs, which can now be seen in an exhibition in the corridor of the Chair of visual Arts.

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