Pedagogical cooperation

Pedagogical cooperation

In line with the objectives of the project, which is based on interdisciplinarity and the cross-fertilisation of knowledge and practices, ARTS encourages and supports multidisciplinary educational cooperation initiatives:

Robert Morris" Master Seminar (2020)

From September to November 2020, the MAMC+ organised a series of workshops with students of the Master of Visual Arts, of the Jean Monnet University, with the support of the A.R.T.S project. This collaboration, led by Alexandre Quoi, provided the opportunity to develop a working programme around the exhibition Robert Morris. The Perceiving Body, a programme of educational activities articulating the history of art, curating, installation and activation of artworks, exhibition viewing, as well as mediation.

This cooperation took the form of a full 15-hour seminar in 5 sessions, which took place in Fabrice Flahutez's classes (M1 speciality seminar / "Moving Images" subject area).

Session 1: Art history / Exhibition curating

Session 2: Model of the Scatter Piece

Session 3: Shooting and photogenics of minimal art in the presence of Aurélien Mole, artist, curator and exhibition photographer, co-founder of the magazine Postdocument.

Session 4 : Activation / deactivation of the artwork

Session 5 : Mediation

 

Multidisciplinary collaboration between students from the Master's degree in design at the Faculty of Arts, Literatures and Languages and those of the Data Engineering diploma of the Telecom School of Engineering (2020)

This collaboration took place within the framework of the respective teaching hours dedicated to project development.

From September to December 2020, the students were supervised with a view to developing several projects at the crossroads of design, IT and electronics. From the beginning of the school year, three groups were formed (1 design student, 1 electronics student and 1 computer science student) and oriented along two main lines of research:

  1. Interaction: images, light & movement. Some students were able to design virtual images and lighting effects (virtual and physical) in relation to the environment, the body, presence (human or non-human) and movement.
  2. Data visualisation: mapping & imaginaries: other students were able to reflect on ways to visualise and map data. The thematic choice of information to be processed was left to the students, but had to be topical.

The projects will be presented as part of the exhibition Arts / Sciences Explorations: shared research during the 2022 International Design Biennial.