Place of Instruction
University of Bergen
Objectives and Content
This is a project-based module with a focus on artist publishing. Areas of focus may include artists¿ books, zines, posters, booklets, digital formats, and other appoaches.
Students each develop their own project within the module and are introduced to relevant techniques and approaches through lectures, readings, presentations, tutorials, and/or workshops.
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- Develop knowledge of various formats and approaches
- Gain insight into the relevant subject area(s)
- Experiment with relevant techniques
- Translate own ideas and working methods into formats that draw upon the content of the module
Access to the Course
This module requires admission to the Master's Programme in Fine Art.
Teaching and learning methods
Methods may include:
- project work
- individual research
- group discussions
- assigned reading
- workshop-based instruction
Forms of Assessment
Individual or group submission of an artistic publication.
- Individual or collaborative artwork demonstrating:
- Application of relevant approaches, materials and methods
- Translation of artistic practice into a relevant thematic format
- Resolution of formal and conceptual decisions
The Art Academy at the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design holds the administrative responsibility for the module and study programme
Study counselor can be contacted
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
by phone: 55 58 73 00
Type of assessment: Artistic publication