Mixed media, photography, 3D-scanning, rendering, temporary installations
Borrowing from visual theory and contemporary contributions to post- and de-colonial theory and practice, we will problematise the hierarchical structures often built between observing subjects and observed bodies. Working between 3D scanned and physical models, we will embed traces of our own bodies in the city's public space as a series of mixed-media temporary installations: a collaborative mapping experiment at the intersection of new media, design, and art in urban space. With technical tutorials and one-on-one consultations, students will acquire first-hand experience with 3D scanning technologies and will enhance their ability to incorporate this technique in their creative workflow. Then, working in smaller groups, students will develop temporary installations connecting physical and digital content.
What is at stake is a critical reframing of contemporary imaging technologies in an effort to acknowledge their biased mechanics and to develop design sensibilities to work with them inclusively.
A/P Practice’s work ranges from experimenting with contemporary imaging & surveying technologies to small-scale public installations & built sites of speculative re-use.
Weaving existing conditions with contemporary manufacturing technologies and aesthetics, engaging with the heterogeneous, often contradictory set of evidence of a given context, they focus on constructing inclusive interventions from the screen to the built environment. Leveraging new media and their effects on perception, the Practice's projects move between textures, models, videos, buildings and installations to recalibrate our agency across physical and digital spaces.
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