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Bauhaus.Modul: »Waiting at HBF: A collective art work for the train passengers at Weimar train station« - Einzelansicht

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Veranstaltungsart Seminar SWS 4
Veranstaltungsnummer 923110018 Max. Teilnehmer/-innen 25
Semester SoSe 2023 Zugeordnetes Modul
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen
Rhythmus
Hyperlink https://moodle.uni-weimar.de/course/view.php?id=43245
Sprache englisch
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Lehrperson Bemerkung fällt aus am Max. Teilnehmer/-innen
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Fr. 10:00 bis 13:00 Einzel am 21.04.2023    

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Fr. 10:00 bis 13:00 Einzel am 28.04.2023    

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Fr. 10:00 bis 12:00 Einzel am 05.05.2023 Marienstraße 7 B - Seminarraum 104      
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  • 05.05.2023
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Fr. 12:30 bis 18:00 Einzel am 05.05.2023        
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Mi. 15:00 bis 19:00 Einzel am 10.05.2023 Marienstraße 7 B - Seminarraum 104      
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Do. 15:00 bis 19:00 Einzel am 25.05.2023 Marienstraße 7 B - Seminarraum 104      
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-. 10:00 bis 18:00 Block 01.06.2023 bis 02.06.2023  Marienstraße 7 B - Seminarraum 104      
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Zugeordnete Personen
Zugeordnete Personen Zuständigkeit
N.N.,  verantwortlich
Eckardt, Frank, Prof., Dr.rer.pol. begleitend
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Abschluss Studiengang Semester Leistungspunkte
Leer Alle Studiengänge - 6
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Beschreibung

Waiting at HBF is a practice class in English for Bachelor and Master students of all faculties of Bauhaus University, with a focus on theory and methods of creating a (textual) collective art work in public space. The class is run in cooperation with Deutsche Bahn (DB), with the aim of installing the final artwork in DB windows at Weimar main train station.

Over the last years, collectives have gotten more and more attention in the art world. In 2022, the interdisciplinary art collective ruangrupa curated the fifteen edition of Documenta, by inviting other collectives to share their practices and creation processes. What methods do collectives employ in order to create a work together? In what way is an art work collective? We learn about this topic first hand from Reza Afisina and Iswanto Hartono (ruangrupa), guests in our class.

While focusing on and dealing with waiting at the train station, we work with text from various perspectives. How do we wait? What meanings does waiting have for different people at different times? Who is at the train station? How does one create an art work addressing this specific public? What are things to consider when creating art in public space?

This class employs the method of site-writing, developed by writer and professor Jane Rendell, in order to create a collective art work on paper. In what way can the experience of waiting be translated into text? How does one install text sculpturally? How do we work with text differently when text is a medium to create art? Students learn to work collectively, practicing communication across fields and learning about stages of organizing an exhibition, from concept, and communication, to exhibition construction and deconstruction, as well as methods of experience design. In the first part of the class we learn from guests and previous projects realized in the railway context. In the second part of the class we will work on the collective work and the exhibition at the train station, with feedback from our guest, the graphic designer and illustrator Christian Gralingen (Lette Verein). We plan to present our results during Summaery, too.

21st April 10:00 - 13:00 // online: Kickoff, introduction

28th April 10:00 - 13:00 // online: Methodology and exhibition planning, including a guest session on methods of site-writing for art work in public space, with Prof. Jane Rendell, from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London.

5th May 10:00 - 18:00 // first part in room 104, Marienstr. 7B, second part at the train station: Methods of art collectives with Reza Afisina and Iswanto Hartono (ruangrupa); after a break we will visit together the interlocking tower at Weimar HBF, meet DB employees and do further field research at the train station.

10th of May 15:00 - 19:00 // room 104, Marienstr. 7B: Group session at the university working on the first draft, together with Christian Gralingen, graphic designer, illustrator (Lette Verein).

25th of May 15:00 - 19:00 // room 104, Marienstr. 7B: Group session at the university working on the final draft.

1st to 2nd of June, 10:00 - 18:00 // room 104, Marienstr. 7B, printing lab, train station: Exhibition, incl. printing, construction, documentation, presentations. Deconstruction on June 3rd.

 

This class employs the method of site-writing, developed by writer and professor Jane Rendell, in order to create a collective art work on paper. In what way can the experience of waiting be translated into text? How does one install text sculpturally? How do we work with text differently when text is a medium to create art? Students learn to work collectively, practicing communication across fields and learning about stages of organizing an exhibition, from concept, and communication, to exhibition construction and deconstruction, as well as methods of experience design. In the first part of the class we learn from guests and previous projects realized in the railway context. In the second part of the class we will work on the collective work and the exhibition at the train station, with feedback from our guest, the graphic designer and illustrator Christian Gralingen (Lette Verein). We plan to present our results during Summaery, too.

 

21st April 10:00 - 13:00 // online: Kickoff, introduction

 

28th April 10:00 - 13:00 // online: Methodology and exhibition planning, including a guest session on methods of site-writing for art work in public space, with Prof. Jane Rendell, from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London.

 

5th May 10:00 - 18:00 // first part in room 104, Marienstr. 7B, second part at the train station: Methods of art collectives with Reza Afisina and Iswanto Hartono (ruangrupa); after a break we will visit together the interlocking tower at Weimar HBF, meet DB employees and do further field research at the train station.

 

10th of May 15:00 - 19:00 // room 104, Marienstr. 7B: Group session at the university working on the first draft, together with Christian Gralingen, graphic designer, illustrator (Lette Verein).

 

25th of May 15:00 - 19:00 // room 104, Marienstr. 7B: Group session at the university working on the final draft.

 

1st to 2nd of June, 10:00 - 18:00 // room 104, Marienstr. 7B, printing lab, train station: Exhibition, incl. printing, construction, documentation, presentations. Deconstruction on June 3rd.

Bemerkung

Die Lehrveranstaltung wird als studentisches "Bauhaus.Modul" durchgeführt von Natalia Irina Roman (PhD, Kunst+Gestaltung). Die Mentorenschaft übernimmt Prof. Dr. Frank Eckardt (Architektur+Urbanistik).

Natalia Irina Roman: City researcher, artist and curator, with a background in fine arts and public policy. On the last hundred meters of a PhD on the potentials for arts of disused railway architecture, at the Bauhaus University Weimar. Exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Germany and abroad, in mediums such as installation, concept art, video, photo, text and participative art. Worked for Berliner Festspiele, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlinale and the Hertie Foundation in the past. Jury member for Draussenstadt Call for Action competition for public art in Berlin in 2021 and 2022. Working as an artist and curator in a self initiated cooperation with Deutsche Bahn since 2017. This includes the initiative Along the Lines of transforming disused interlocking towers into spaces for arts for the train passengers, kicked off with funding from Hauptstadtkulturfonds, as well as exhibitions, discussions and classes taught at Bauhaus University Weimar and at the University of Arts in Berlin

Voraussetzungen

The class is open for enrollment to Bachelor and Master students from all faculties. Students get the chance to apply their skills to the railway context and learn new methods.

You can register for this class on Bison, Moodle or via Email to Natalia at site.specific.ideas@gmail.com. If you have any questions about the class, please send Natalia an Email.

Leistungsnachweis

Active participation in the class sessions and field research, active participation in the collective exhibition and presentation of the collective work at the end of the class.

Zielgruppe

Die Veranstaltung wird als studentisches »Bauhaus.Modul« durchgeführt und steht allen Bachelor- und Masterstudierenden der Fakultäten Architektur und Urbanistik, Bauingenieurwesen, Kunst und Gestaltung sowie Medien offen. Bitte halten Sie vor der Anmeldung Rücksprache mit Ihrer Fachstudienberatung und klären Sie, ob diese Veranstaltung in ihrem Curriculum angerechnet werden kann. Bei Bedarf schließen Sie vor Veranstaltungsbeginn ein Learning Agreement ab.


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Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester SoSe 2023 , Aktuelles Semester: WiSe 2023/24

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