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Processes and Projects Laboratory II

Processes and Projects Laboratory II is part of the Processes and Projects discipline.

  • Studies: Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts
  • Credits: 6 ECTS
  • Year: Second year
  • Type: Required
  • Subject code: GBA15

Description

In Processes and Projects Laboratory II, the second subject within Processes and Projects, students acquire an in-depth knowledge of the project form and of its different elements and phases, as well as of the opportunities and constraints involved in structuring work in this way. The subject explores the link between theory, practice and investigation in artistic practice, and delves into the development of personal ideas, based on observation, contemplation and experience, all from the ideation, development, structuring, execution and narration of an individual work. As in all the subjects within this discipline, it poses challenges and operational frameworks so that students' practice matures in the formalization of works and in the understanding of their associative resonances, as well as in exhibition and presentation, opening their practice to a wider public, both inside and outside the academic context.

Content

Development of interests and inclinations in the form of emerging practices. Introduction to the project form and its different elements, documents and phases. Idea development from observation, research, reflection and experimentation. Identification and development of work methodologies, both from the practice itself and from referents. Identification of relevant themes and arguments in relation to personal practice, its genealogies, frames of reference and contexts of inscription. Ideation, development, structuring, execution and narration of processes and projects, both self-initiated and based on proposals. Experimentation in the communication and exhibition of processes and projects, through different formats and the use of graphic and documentary resources. Individual and collective elaboration of theoretical and practical proposals related to the treated subject.

Learning outcomes

  • Ability to apply the knowledge to solve problems in complex or professional and specialized work settings that require the use of creative and innovative ideas.
  • Analyze own training needs and organize own learning with a high degree of autonomy in different contexts (structured and unstructured).
  • Evaluation of professional practices in emerging and global contexts to propose interventions adjusted to the different realities.
  • Design of interventions that meet the needs of the field in a multidisciplinary way.
  • Application of processes of ideation, development, structuring, execution and reporting of projects in a coherent way and adjusted to the needs of the practice.
  • Appropriate use of media and tools to communicate and represent processes of ideation, development, structuring, execution and reporting of projects in a coherent way and adjusted to the needs of the practice.
  • Active collaboration in specific group work processes.
  • Make argued criticisms of personal and others' artistic practices using an appropriate language and relating different parameters, including topics, frames of reference and relevant inscription contexts.
  • Viable and coherent planning of the different phases of a project according to the needs of own practice.

Teachers

Lúa Coderch, PhD in Fine Arts. Degree in fine arts. Artistic production

Lúa Coderch

PhD in Fine Arts. Degree in fine arts. Artistic production