- Talet på semester1
- SpråkNorsk / English.
Campus Møllendal at UiB.
Mål og innhald
This is a project based module with a focus on printed matter.
In an experimental process a variety of possibilities within publication are explored. Books, fanzines, magazines, booklets, catalogues and other formats will be discussed through examples of artist publications of all kinds.
Presentations and discussions form the discursive part, on the basis of which each student investigates materials, reproduction-methods, formats and/or distribution, leading up to individual and/or group presentations of the resulting publication(s).
Extended focus and insight into contemporary artist publications and its use of printed matter. Through the development of an individual and/or a group project the student will aquire experimental printing techniques and experience of how small editions can be produced .
- An insight into and understanding of the artistic field of printed matter.
- Experience with various formats of publication and printed editions.
- Experimental practical knowledge from the development of artistic publications.
- Translate own artistic practice into various formats of publication. an be produced .
Krav til forkunnskapar
Krav til studierett
This module requires admission to the Bachelor's Programme in Fine Art.
Arbeids- og undervisningsformer
Individuell- eller gruppeinnlevering av kunstnerisk verk.
Passed / Not passed.
Bestått / ikkje bestått.
The module is evaluated every third year in accordance with UiB's Quality System.
Programstyret har ansvar for fagleg innhald og oppbygging av studiet og for kvaliteten på studieprogrammet med emner.
Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design holds the administrative responsibility for the module and studyprogram.
This module explores the artist's book as medium.
Students will each develop their own project over the duration of the course, and they will present one or moreartist books in the final week.
They will be introduced to various techniques and approaches through lectures, readings, and tutorials, and workshops in risography, poetry and creative writing, and bookbinding.
The course is led by artist and writer Anngjerd Rustand, who runs the small press Trippelpunkt, and publishes books by other artists and writers in addition to her own projects.
Workshop access/HMS included: RISO WORKSHOP
Study Adviser can be contacted here: firstname.lastname@example.org or 55587300