The interview is an offer of conversation, a game of questions and answers, a dialogue that can transform into a polyphonic choir of singularly plural voices. As a form of personal, localised articulation, interviews...Read more
Under the guidance of the author, blogger, and writer Joseph Pearson, this alternative writing workshop explores the German capital through the genre of ‘creative non-fiction’ and essays based on real experiences.
In 1921, Walter Ruttmann, a trained musician and painter, created his Lichtspiel Opus 1, one of the first non-narrative abstract short-films. It can now be considered one of the first pieces of visual music. This...Read more
Communities and collectives are deeply ambivalent structures. They can come to signify either the restriction and oppression of individuals or a site for emancipatory politics and new forms of existence. If communities...Read more
The art of songwriting is an age-old tradition, spanning genres, cultures, and epochs. We tend to classify songs and put them into boxes: certain types of songs should be sung by certain types of voices, accompanied...Read more
In this workshop, we will examine and explore anew the basic concepts of the performing arts such as posture, breathing, standing, walking, sitting, and the quality of movement in combination with the Talmi-Method®-bodywork...Read more
This workshop is an experiment in an unexplored realm of outdoor online teaching (OOT). During the workshop, the teacher will physically interact with each student group for only one hour a day. At other times,...Read more
This 5-day course addresses the current state of the fashion system and its various players. The participants will discuss how politics, culture, and society influence fashion photography, fashion journalism, fashion...Read more
The communication culture of the early 21st century is significantly shaped by the explosive rise of conversational cultures. Traditional formats of soliloquies, dialogues, or polylogues are changing under the influence...Read more
In this course, participants will use photography as a research tool to explore the remains of the Berlin Wall. We will walk along different sections of the Berlin Wall Trail that follows the course of the former...Read more
How does inspiration come about? How do we find ideas? How can we create work together having various disciplinary backgrounds and working with different media and techniques?
In this workshop, we will focus...
Experiment, Experience, Exploration
This course is designed for undergraduate and graduate students of different fields to gain knowledge on perception through experiences in experiments on perception and demonstrations...
Posters are a public matter. As life-sized images, they dominate in the public space and affect us with their unavoidable messages. This relationship between the poster and space will be the focus of the workshop....Read more