Every story flows depending on movement. When a moving subject is a person, unavoidably movement and person create a unique bond. This relation, its reasons, and its results become different parts of a wide range story. The course aims to focus on relocation stories and finding digital/analog ways to tell those stories. The teaching scope of the module is theoretical and practical. Students will be provided theoretical lectures and open discussions/talk to detail deeper their stories. While these practices they will be guided to learn and use different tools to represent ideas. The main goal of the course is to increase awareness about each other's stories even the ones we never think of. When we tell our stories using a creative way about being a stranger then the story is listened to very carefully. The first goal of this course is to seek those creative methods.
Teachers: Damla Isiklilar – Ulas Yener – Prof. Dr. Frank Eckardt (mentor) – Matthew John Lloyd (guest lecturer)
Target Group: Bachelor, Master, PhD - A+U, B, K+G, M
Registration via Email - short introduction, portfolio, etc.
The course is conducted as a students’ ”Bauhaus.Module” and open to all Bachelor and Master students of the faculties of Architecture and Urbanism, Civil Engineering, Art and Design, and Media. Before registering, please consult your academic advisor and clarify whether this course can be credited to your curriculum. If required, you can conclude a learning agreement before the start of the course.