Bachelor degree (completed)
The creation of a piece of art implies the choice of the medium, which already is an artistic choice. In the Meta Media classes students learn to integrate this choice in the artistic process. To achieve this, a theoretical framework is presented in which (cultural-) philosophy, conceptual art and the possibilities of the new, digital media is discussed. Furthermore, a wide range of old and new, simple and complex, conventional and unusual media is studied from the point of view of applicability for the arts.
Enabling students to decide which medium is the most representative for their goal, but is not necessarily the easiest solution
Date, time and location of this course is included in the Media Technology calendar.
Mode of instruction
Lectures and self study
Final project (creativity 30% + understanding of the subject matter (metamedial thinking) 30% + execution/ design 30% + collaborative work 10%)
75% attendance is required for PASS
Study materials will be provided by the lecturer during the course
You have to sign up for courses and exams (including retakes) in uSis.
Due to limited capacity, non-Media Technology students (elective, external and exchange) can only register after approval of the programme coordinator/study advisor Barbara Visscher-van Grinsven MA.
Students who have not yet completed their bachelor degree cannot be admitted to Media Technology courses.
Media Technology MSc programme coordinator/study advisor: Barbara Visscher-van Grinsven MA