Course BA Elective in the Polymodule
Seminar: 2 SWS + consolidation 1 SWS
Appointment: Monday 14:00-16:15
Location: Room 103, Paulusplatz 4 (Building S), Campus Design Trier
From architecture and scenography to social media advertising, the designers are formative for the experience of exhibitions and museum spaces. Today, the design industry is in great demand in the broadly diversified exhibition sector, from the design of short-lived installations to the valorisation in the conservational environment of cultural heritage and memorials. Individual new projects - such as the Humboldtforum in Berlin at present - are attracting a great deal of political attention, while classics - such as the Louvre in Paris - are almost suffocating on success. In this course we will develop the basics of the museum as a cultural and social institution, as a material repository and virtual hub. We look at the development towards today's standards of international associations and compare this with our experience as museum visitors at home and abroad.
The interdisciplinary course enables us to bring together areas and problems of museology from all disciplines. Student tasks can be solved either in an interdisciplinary team or in a subject-specific way.
Course MA optional in the polymodule
Seminar: 2 SWS & 1 SWS Specialisation
Date: Monday 10-12:15
Room: Room Threuter, Irminenhof, Campus Gestaltung Trier
„Warum habe ich nicht meinen alten Morgenmantel behalten? Er passte zu mir, ich passte zu ihm. Er schmiegte sich jeder Wendung meines Körpers an; er hat mich nie gestört…“
("Why didn't I keep my old robe? It suited me, I suited him. "He clung to every turn of my body; he never bothered me..." )
With a new, scarlet dressing gown, domestic life gets out of balance instead. The loungewear may be chic, but the home furnishings suddenly look shabby and have to be renewed piece by piece. 250 years ago, the philosopher Denis Diderot lamented the pleasure and suffering of consumption. His story is very vivid and only half invented. Unfortunately, it does not tell us a solution to the still current problem of how the new - whether beautiful or useful - can be compatible with our desire to protect the material resources of our world.
In this seminar, we will look at sustainability as a social concern and look at examples of how design and architecture can incorporate this challenge into design and implementation. It is about the different points of attack of sustainable design, binding standards and new approaches in a confusing market area. Students from all disciplines in the Department of Design are invited to attend this course to learn about the basics of consumption and sustainability, to clarify common questions and to contribute through group work and keynote speeches from their disciplines.
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