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Processes and Projects Laboratory I

Processes and Projects Laboratory I is the first of the subjects included in the Processes and Projects discipline

  • Studies: Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts
  • Credits: 6 ECTS
  • Year: First year
  • Type: Required
  • Subject code: GBA010

Description

Processes and Projects Laboratory I is the first of the subjects included in Processes and Projects, a discipline that will accompany students throughout their studies and that represents one of the fundamental elements in the development of their practice. This subject introduces the methodological understanding of artistic practice in the form of processes and projects. It initiates students in the discovery, exploration and articulation of their own interests and skills, working independently, but also collectively and collaboratively, and actively participating in their learning process together with teachers and peers. It proposes challenges and frameworks to mature the students' practice in formalization and in its associative resonances, as well as in the ways of exhibition and presentation, opening it to a wider public both inside and outside the academic context.

Content

  • Introduction to the forms of structuring and organization of work in artistic practices.
  • Processes of identification of interests and inclinations, in personal practice as well as from references.
  • Introduction to the articulation of practice in the form of processes.
  • Specification of key ideas from observation, investigation, reflection and experimentation.
  • Introduction to work methodologies. Identification of relevant questions in relation to personal practice.
  • Introduction to the communication and exposition of processes, through different formats and the use of graphic and documentary resources.
  • Individual and collective elaboration of theoretical and practical proposals in relation to the treated subject.

Learning outcomes

  • Ability to perform in complex situations or situations that require the development of new solutions.
  • Analyze own training needs and organize own learning with a high degree of autonomy in different contexts (structured and unstructured).
  • Ability to evaluate professional practices in emerging and global contexts and to propose appropriate interventions according to the different realities.
  • Correct application of processes of ideation, development, structuring, execution and storytelling within the framework of their practice.
  • Ability to choose appropriate means and tools to communicate and represent processes of ideation, development, structuring, execution and storytelling within the framework of their practice.
  • Effective task resolution in the context of work groups.
  • Ability to analyze interests and inclinations and critically assess one's own and others' processes and results.
  • Correctly follow personal or proposed guidelines for the arrangement of work processes within the framework of the practice.

Teachers

Anna Dot, PhD. Degree in Fine Arts. Teacher and artist

Anna Dot

PhD. Degree in Fine Arts. Teacher and artist