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New Collaboration Forms in Site-specific Blended Courses Abroad:
Daniela Brasil, Peter Purg, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: A condensed programme of international courses with site-specific focus was developed as part of the collaborative art study programme Media Arts and Practices. Among higher-education partners from Italy, Austria, Croatia, and Slovenia the collaboration crossed the realms of new-media and contemporary art, film, animation, photography and scenography. Aiming at art pedagogy practitioners including art-school managers, who plan to develop or implement similar forms of intensive courses or programmes, the article discusses several key phenomena emerging among different stakeholders of the artistic or media-production education process. A plethora of research-and-development data, gathered along the three years of the collaborative study programme provision and intensive short-term course deployments, were condensed into lessons-learned that focus around the aspects of (blended) course design, interdisciplinary teaching and production methods, academic feedback and critique, as well as impact on local stakeholders. By shedding multi-layered light at site-specific art pedagogy along four short case-comparisons (from Graz, Komiža, Rijeka, and Venice), the article reflects an important trend in the arts—increasingly hybrid, multidisciplinary practices. It shows how social and (aesth)ethical change is well possible within a culturally reflected art pedagogy-cum-production setting that can materialize a collective and meaningful impact on a specific site, and its social tissue.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Site-specific, Academic Experience Abroad, Collaboration
Published: 23.05.2016; Views: 3117; Downloads: 0
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Visualization of the WomenWriters Database: Interdisciplinary Collaboration Experiments 2012 – 2015
Aleš Vaupotič, Narvika Bovcon, 2017, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: In the exploration of visualization methods in the WomenWriters database and consequently, the creating of interactive diagrams and other graphical interfaces that are presented here, the Research Centre for Humanities and the School of Humanities of the University of Nova Gorica collaborated with the University of Ljubljana. The visualization prototypes were realized by the students at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, as part of Introduction to Design and Graphic Design courses, supervised by Narvika Bovcon, PhD, assistants Jure Demšar and Tadej Zupančič. The work spanned from 2012 to 2016. More then three hundred students were involved in the process. In the end, the most interesting visualizations were selected from the results and are presented in this article.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: information visualization, digital humanities, comparative literature, project management, interdisciplinary collaboration
Published: 19.05.2017; Views: 2819; Downloads: 103
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W OMEN W RITERS D ATABASE AND VIRTUAL RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT BEYOND THE CURRICULA OF LITERARY SCHOLARSHIP
Narvika Bovcon, Aleš Vaupotič, 2017, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: The study of informatics typically includes information visualization and the rhetoric of user interface. Such courses are expanding the core computer science curricula towards multimedia communication design. However, to practice visualization on datasets in a non-focused way may diminish the quality of educational effect as well as the quality of the results of students' projects. A collaboration with domain experts has proven to be very beneficial by involving students in various research projects and platforms. The students of informatics at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, have touched upon humanities projects in different special domains: the datasets provided by Institute of Contemporary History (INZ, Ljubljana), interface design for electronic scholarly editions based on TEI XML files, documentation of new media art exhibitions, and others. As noted by some contributors in A New Companion to Digital Humanities (2016) with relevance to the latter aspect of interdisciplinary contact, the domain of new media art constitutes an essential inspiration for the study of digital humanities methods and approaches. In the second part of the paper, the multi-year collaboration between the University of Nova Gorica and University of Ljubljana computer-science curricula will be presented. The WomenWriters database, as well as subsequently the NEWW VRE, has been used in different models of interdisciplinary collaboration.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...of the results of students' projects. A collaboration with domain experts has proven to be...
Keywords: virtual research environment, WomenWriters database, interdisciplinary collaboration, digital humanities, information visualization
Published: 05.03.2018; Views: 2227; Downloads: 0
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Engaging Bodies Through Expanded Art Practice
Asja Apolonia Trost, 2020, master's thesis

Abstract: The master thesis entitled “Engaging Bodies Through Expanded Art Practice” is divided in two parts: the first one is the theoretical part which places socially engaged arts in the time-line of contemporary art, followed by an overview of my practical work entitled “Obsolete Properties”. The central aim of the theoretical part is to determine the structures of socially engaged art projects, with all their ambiguities, caused by the inherent connection between the social and the artistic. Topics of such process-based interdisciplinary and participatory art projects reflect at the same time on cultural traditions as well as on current social issues. The second part is an analysis of the artwork I created and set in different contexts. It consists of common materials that arrived into my hands after their previous owners moved their homes. The artwork celebrates artistic process and environmental sustainability while on the other side serves as an agent on the discourse of values.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...GAGED_ART #CONTEMPORARY_ART #PROCESS #MEDIA #FORM #PERFORMANCE #PARTICIPATION # COLLABORATION #PUBLIC_SPACE #AESTHETICS #POLITICS #ETHICS #INTERACTIVITY #DESIGN #THEATRE #E...
Keywords: #ART #ENGAGED_ART #ART_PRACTICE #SOCIAL_PRACTICE #SOCIALLY_ENGAGED_ART #CONTEMPORARY_ART #PROCESS #MEDIA #FORM #PERFORMANCE #PARTICIPATION #COLLABORATION #PUBLIC_SPACE #AESTHETICS #POLITICS #ETHICS #INTERACTIVITY #DESIGN #THEATRE #EDUCATION #AUTHORITY #ART_STUDENT #ART_OBJECT #SYSTEM #KNOWLEDGE #PLASTIC #SCULPTURE #FINE_ARTS #INTERMEDIA_ART #VALUES #FREEDOM_OF_EXPRESION #DOCUMENTATION #AUDIENCE #TRASH #MATERIAL #SUSTAINABILITY #CONSERVATION #CONTEXT #TEMPORARY_EXPERIENCE_ZONE #TEZ #WAR #HOLOCAUST
Published: 20.07.2020; Views: 1375; Downloads: 54
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