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ADIP SPECIAL | embodied public space – design WORKSHOP in July

30/05/2011 | birgitklauck

BA WP 1.1.7 Experimental Design Methods I
& MA A WP 1.3 EExperimental Design Methods II
3 LP (2 SWS)
Advisors: Rochus Hinkel (Birgit Klauck)
sign up: just send an E-mail to birgit.m.klauck(at)tu-berlin(dot)de

For all students of the TU Berlin and from abroad ADIP offers the possibility to join the RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) travel studio in July 2011.

 

see also > www.urbaninterior.net

KEY DATES
Monday July 11, 2011 @ 10.30am
FIRST MEETING at TU BERLIN
Introduction to studio / methodology / aim / structure / meeting our local collaborators / housekeeping / sorting out accommodation / discussing schedule for the week / key locations /
We meet at 10.30am in Cafe A, a student run café right behind the Foyer, on the ground floor of the Architecture Building; the Architecture Building is right at the Ernst-Reuter Platz, corner of Strasse des 17.Juni and Marchstrasse.
U-Bahn / Underground station for the Architecture Building is: Ernst-Reuter-Platz
In case you run late and you can’t find us in Cafe A , make your way to our local
co-operation partner:

Architecture Design Innovation Program (ADIP)
FG Entwerfen und Innenraumplanung
Room Nr a 612 (6th floor)
Technical University Berlin
Straße des 17. Juni 152
10623 Berlin

Monday July 11, 2011 @ 7.00pm
LECTURE BY THOMAS EMERSON AT THE UDK
We will all attend a lecture by Thomas Emerson ‘We were never modern’ at the University of the Arts (UdK Berlin), Lecture Theatre 310

We will meet to discuss the studio and any travel related issues
on Tuesday July 12, Thursday July 14 and Friday July 15
at 9.30am at Cafe A to start the day; because our accommodation will be distributed across the city it is very important that everyone takes part in all meetings!!!!

Tuesday July 12, 2011 @ 9.30pm
LECTURE BY GABI SCHILLIG AT CAFE A

July 15 – 17 2011
Rundgang 11 – Open Day at Berlin University of the Arts
In mid July, it will be time once again for Berlin University of the Arts (UdK Berlin) to open its doors for the Rundgang 11 – Open Day. Interested visitors can see our students’ creative work in studios, corridors and workshops and on rehearsal stages around the university’s various locations. This year the UdK Berlin – with its four colleges and Central Institute of Continuing Education, as well as the Inter-University Centre for Dance and the Jazz Institute Berlin –will again be presenting the full spectrum of the arts: fine art, design, fashion, architecture, experimental media design, stage design, visual communication, drama, music theatre, performances, dance, sound art and much more. Less well-known features also await our visitors, like the UdK bookshop, for which students develop a new design especially for the Rundgang each year.

Saturday July 16, 2011 @ 10.00am
FINAL PRESENTATION OF COLLABORATION OUTCOME
Location/venue to be confirmed

 

This seminar is organized as a design workshop – from July 11 – July 16.

concept
Our relationship to our surroundings is continuously reshaped and reconstructed through everyday life experiences in our urban surroundings.
You will engage with the city as a laboratory, employ playful interactions, extend your personal experience of the city, activate the urban fabric, and stimulate responses from others in public situations.

content
You will collaborate with students from RMIT University in Melbourne. They will come from Melbourne to Berlin for a week as part of their travel studio.
Together we will explore various strategies how to engage with a city and its inhabitants through realtime experiments.

structure
In teams we will engage with public space in real sense and time. One could describe it as ‘active‘ design at scale 1:1 or ‘action research’.
We will document and discuss your projects with others, including architects, philosophers, installation and performance artists.

We will show you your own city in different ways and test together with you how to look at Berlin with different eyes.
You will be the host for one of the RMIT students, allowing your guests an insight into the public spaces of your city and into your private interiors.
In exchange we will also invite you to stay with us in Melbourne whenever you like to come for a visit to Australia.

co-operation partners
> Rimini Projekt
> Hannah Hurtzig, Schwarzmarkt Archiv
> Gabi Schillig, UDK Berlin


Rochus Urban Hinkel
is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT University, a Founding member of the Urban Interior Research Group and a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne.
He has recently edited the book Urban Interior – informal explorations, interventions and occupations.
The creative projects in this book aim to overcome the traditional dualism between the interior, habitually conceived as the private realm, and the urban, or what is generally recognised to be the public realm.

The course language is English.

 

Module: BA WP 1.1.7 Experimental Design Methods I or MA A WP 1.3 Experimental Design Methods II // als Vertiefung, WPF oder 2xStegreif im Diplomstudiengang
Credits: 3 LP (2 SWS)
First meeting: July 11 at 10.00 am at ADIP
Advisors: Rochus Hinkel (Birgit Klauck)

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