ART09001 2019 Interdiscplinary Craft and Technique
In this module learners work in a collaborative experimental environment where they challenge their thinking about making work in general and about their own practice in particular.
Learners will explore the why, what, how, where of the work that they make and the why, what, how, where of their art in a broader context, demonstrating professionalism throughout the process to the final presentation for an audience.
On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;
explore arts interdisciplinarity within a range of contexts, with a range of artists, performers, and co-collaborators and participate in a range of public performances/presentations
demonstrate appropriate professional management skills for public presentation/exhibit/performance
develop collaborative and problem-solving skills necessary to interdisciplinary work
develop, enhance and inform their own arts practice
creatively generate and present ideas for an individual or collaborative project, performance, exploration or dissertation
critically analyse their own practice/performance, and that of others
Synthesise and evaluate the learning in a portfolio of their work
Teaching and Learning Strategies
Learners engage with speakers/practitioners from different disciplines.
Learners engage with off-site collaborative activities in order to broaden their practice.
Learners will engage in peer-to-peer learning.
Tutor-led discussions will be part of this module.
Module Assessment Strategies
Produce/Perform/Present a piece of creative work for an audience - 60%
Write a reflection on the creative process of working with collaborators - 40%
Students must repeat attend this module.
Learners experience a range of disciplines in order to explore other practices alongside their own creative practice.
Coursework & Assessment Breakdown
|Title||Type||Form||Percent||Week||Learning Outcomes Assessed|
|1||Continuous Asessment||Continuous Assessment||Assessment||60 %||End of Term||1,2,3,4|
|2||Written reflection||Continuous Assessment||Individual Project||40 %||End of Term||5,6,7|
Full Time Mode Workload
|Group Learning||Flat Classroom||Interdisciplinary Craft and Technique||3||Weekly||3.00|
Required & Recommended Book List
2016-05-03 Interdisciplinary Research Sage Publications, Incorporated
ISBN 1506330487 ISBN-13 9781506330488
Interdisciplinary Research: Process and Theory provides a comprehensive and systematic presentation of the interdisciplinary research process and the theory that informs it. Presented as a step-by-step process, from the general to the specific, Allen F. Repko and Rick Szostak emphasize the dynamic nature of research, and provide students with tangible examples. The Third Edition reflects recent advances in interdisciplinary research, provides less coverage of foundational concepts (now covered in Repko's companion Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies text), includes more examples from real student research projects, and adds more figures and tables to enliven the discussion.
2007-05-15 Re-Framing the Theatrical Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN 0230524656 ISBN-13 9780230524651
Alison Oddey takes us on a spectator's journey engaging with art forms that cross boundaries of categorization. She questions the role of the spectator and director, including interviews with Deborah Warner; the nature of art works and performance with artists Heather Ackroyd, Dan Harvey and Graeme Miller. She provocatively demonstrates the spectator as centre of the artistic experience, a new kind of making theatre-art, revealing its spirit and nature; searching for space and contemplation in a hectic Twenty-First century landscape.
1995-09 The reflective practitioner Ashgate Pub Co
ISBN 1857423194 ISBN-13 9781857423198
A leading M.I.T. social scientist and consultant examines five professions - engineering, architecture, management, psychotherapy, and town planning - to show how professionals really go about solving problems.The best professionals, Donald Schn maintains, know more than they can put into words. To meet the challenges of their work, they rely less on formulas learned in graduate school than on the kind of improvisation learned in practice. This unarticulated, largely unexamined process is the subject of Schn's provocatively original book, an effort to show precisely how 'reflection-in-action' works and how this vital creativity might be fostered in future professionals.
(2008), ‘Animate your architecture’, Architects’ Journal, 228:12, pp. 36–38.
(2011), Evocative Objects: The Things We Think With, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Alexander, K.
Augsburg, Tanya, Becoming Inter-disciplinary: An Introduction to In-terdisciplinary Studies, Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 2005
Frayling, Christopher. "Research in art and design (Royal College of Art Research Papers, vol 1, no 1, 1993/4)." (1994)
Hobbs, Mitchell. "On discourse and representation: reflections on Michel Foucault’s contribution to the study of the mass media." Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association University of Melbourne, Australia, 02nd to 05th December 2008. Melbourne: Published by TASA. 2008.
Kealty, Daniel. "Merging Realities: Filmmaking as Architectural Design, unpublished Master’s dissertation." (2012)
Keiller, P. (2013), The View from The Train, London and New York: Verso.
Kirch, Patrick Vinton, ed. Island societies: Archaeological approaches to evolution and transformation. Cambridge University Press, 1986.
Klanten, Robert, Hendrik Hellige, and James John Gallagher, eds. Cutting edges: contemporary collage. Gestalten, 2011.
Klein, Julie T., Crossing Boundaries: Knowledge, Disciplinarities, and Interdisciplinarities, Charlottesville, VA : Uniiversity of Virginia, 1996
Kristeva, Julia. "Institutional Interdisciplinarity in Theory and Practice: an interview." The Anxiety of Disciplinarity, De-, Dis-, Ex 2 (1997).
Malins, Julian, et al. Appropriate Research Methologies for Artists, Designers, and Craftspersons: Research as a Learning Process. Malins and Gray, 1995.
Niedderer, Kristina, and Seymour Roworth-Stokes. "The role and use of creative practice in research and its contribution to knowledge." IASDR International Conference. 2007.
Rendell, Jane. "Critical spatial Practice: Curating, editing, writing." Issues of Curating Contemporary Art and Performance, Bristol: Intellect (2007): 59-76.
Repko, Allen F., Interdisciplinary Practice: A Student Guide to Research and Writing, preliminary edition, Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing, 2005
Schön, Donald A. "The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action. Arena." (1983).
Seago, Alex, and Anthony Dunne. "New methodologies in art and design research: The object as discourse." Design Issues 15.2 (1999): 11-17.
the Age of the Internet, New York: Touchstone Books, pp. 50–73.
Troiani, Igea, and Suzanne Ewing. "Inside Architecture from the Outside: Architecture's Disciplinary Practices." Architecture and Culture2.2 (2014): 151-166.
Turkle, S. (1997), ‘The triumph of tinkering’, in S. Turkle (ed.), Life on the Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet.
Learners might examine some of the following collaborative artists:
Philip Glass/Robert Wilson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b26E0D2pm1c
David Bowie - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRMZ_5WYmCg
Maya Deren, Meredith Monk, Carolee Schneeman, Laurie Anderson, Marina Abramovic, Yvonne Rainer, Twyla Tharp. Early Sally Potter and Rose Finn-Kelcey.
PERFORMANCE: LIVE ART 1909 TO THE PRESENT : RoseLee Goldberg
INSTALLATION ART IN THE NEW MILLENIUM: De Oliveira, Oxley and Petry
WHAT WE WANT IS FREE: ed Ted Purves
HISTORY OF EXPERIMENTAL FILM AND VIDEO : A L Rees
VISIONARY FILM : P Adams Sitney
Stephen James Smith - https://www.stephenjamessmith.com/
Erin Fornoff - http://www.erinfornoff.com/
Abby Olivera - https://www.abbyoliveira.com/