summaery2022: Projekte

Blickrichtung: Decolonizing photography

Projektinformationen

eingereicht von
Margarita Maria Valdivieso Beltran (Teacher)

Mitwirkende
Luisa Ngoc Linh Pham, Bieke Vanhee, Sinan Kilic, Marina Ramoska, Thyra Kolde, María Nicolás Cañete, Sophia Gilbert, Justin Donelly, Marta Valdeón, Daša Marie Geiger, Lilly Fruth, Lan Nguyen, Madalena Dias

Lehrende
Margarita V Beltran

Fakultät:
Kunst und Gestaltung

Studiengang:
Advanced Urbanism (englischsprachig) (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
Visuelle Kommunikation (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)),
Visuelle Kommunikation (Master of Arts (M.A.)),
Medienkunst/Mediengestaltung (Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)),
Medienkunst/Mediengestaltung - Studienprogramm Integrated International Media Art and Design Studies (Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) und Master of Arts (M.A.)),
Medienkunst/Mediengestaltung - Studienprogramm Media Art and Design (Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)),
Medienkunst/Mediengestaltung - Studienprogramm Media Art und Design (MAD) (englischsprachig) (Master of Science (M.Sc.))

Art der Präsentation
Ausstellung

Semester
Sommersemester 2022

Ausstellungs- / Veranstaltungsort
  • Marienstraße 1a
    (201)

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Kooperationspartner:
Luisa Ngoc Linh Pham, Bieke Vanhee, Sinan Kilic,
Marina Ramoska, Thyra Kolde, María Nicolás Cañete, Sophia Gilbert, Justin Donelly, Marta Valdeón, Daša Marie Geiger, Lilly Fruth, Lan Nguyen, Madalena Dias, Margarita V Beltran.

Projektbeschreibung

What do we see when we look at an image? What cultural heritage is put in place to dialogue with every visual space we communicate with? Which symbols, biases and aesthetics have we learnt to understand as beautiful?

Is understood that photography as a tool for visuality was created under the modern era, an era in which the colonial project ditacted the philosofical ground of the western culture. Thinking photography requieres then, to think and reflect on the effects of this colonial philosophy in the interpretation of the world. A reflection in which we bring concepts like consent, dialogue and collaboration into play; In which photographers can reflect on their own practices and the way they approach communities, subjects and the topics they are interested in.

This course aimed to foster critical reading of images, decolonial processes of image making and critical perspectives on photographic representation of communities, bodies and stories

The exhibition is the result of the projects developed by students during the summer semester. Bringing topics like identity, racism, body and counter histories. Not all projects are intrinsecaly related with decolonization, instead, throught the development of the class, students were able to understad the politics of being a photographer and to include a code of ethics and reflect on their own practices when making work.

Ausstellungs- / Veranstaltungsort