• ONLINE: Exp. — Questions of Perception in Art and Science

    This course is designed for graduate and undergraduate students from different fields and is aimed to provide knowledge on perception through experiments on perception and demonstration of different perceptual phenomena....

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  • Visual Ethnography as Activist Work

    Would you like to learn more about filmmaking, photography, ethnography, activism, and their intersections? Then this workshop is for you! We will provide you with the theoretical framework and practical skillset...

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  • Faulty Material

    This workshop explores the design potential of faults, mistakes and irregularities. The resulting product of the workshop will be a joint publication, produced by the students with the risograph technique.

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  • From B With Love – City Tales as Printed Matters

    Pictorial staging of urban spaces is the theme of the workshop. The project consists of explorations in the city of Berlin and their translation into digital graphic images using the printing technique of risography....

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  • Culture Writing: Textures of Things, Thresholds, and Bodies

    Together with the participants, the workshop aims to develop the ability to approach cultural phenomena through writing techniques. In the seminar, we will explore and develop methods such as the development of...

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  • The Berlin Flâneur: Walking the City, Narrating the City: A City-Writing Lab

    Experience Berlin through writers who have walked the city, as you walk and write about the city yourself. Flaneurs, or consummate ‘city-walkers’, immerse themselves in the personalities, atmospheres, and built...

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  • Drawing in the Nature Lab

    In this workshop, the participants will study historical plant samples, explore the Botanical Garden, discover plant forms and structures with the microscope, and use the gathered knowledge to develop a graphical...

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  • Introduction: Body as a Source of Concentration

    In this workshop, in combination with the Talmi-Methode® bodywork and Suzuki Training, we'll examine and explore the basic concepts of the performing art such as posture, breathing, standing, walking, sitting,...

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  • Floating Texts: Unlearning To Write

    For many artists writing is a central practice to generate and process ideas or create text-based work. Yet, it's been very little discussed, taught, or highlighted as an artistic practice as such. Writing is often...

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  • Seeking for New Noise

    This workshop invites you to explore noise as an artistic disruptor of the musical ordinary and use its usually perceived negative traits in aesthetic and imaginative ways. It will give you an insight into the history...

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  • Writing Design

    Learn about writing as a design tool. Make words work for you! Creative writing provides you with manifold possibilities in private and professional communication.

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  • Anatomies of the Contemporary: Borders and Encounters

    What role can artistic practices play in a time shaped by deepening divisions and a thirst for new binds? How are artists involved in operations of fragmentation and unification through their creative and epistemic...

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  • Editing for Film and Video Art

    This workshop examines how filmmakers and video artists can use editing to create and clarify meaning. After watching and discussing clips from a wide range of films, the participants receive assignments which will...

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  • Advanced: Body as a Source of Concentration

    In this workshop, in combination with the Talmi-Method®-bodywork and Suzuki-Training, basic concepts of the performing arts such as posture, breathing, standing, walking, sitting and the quality of movement will...

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  • Artspeak: English as a Foreign Language Workshop

    English is the international language of art and can be read and heard in every art context, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to speak. In this workshop, students are invited to boost their language skills by...

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  • Biographical-Documentary Working Methods in the Context of Art

    This workshop takes the participants' narratives as the starting point for an artistic process. Focusing on personal and practice-oriented research, we'll put the biographical material in a socio-political context...

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  • Stories and Encounters – A Photography Workshop

    This workshop combines photo analysis and practical photographic work. We'll raise consciousness about the constitution of a narrative and the communicative ability of the photograph. In addition to producing photo...

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  • Playwriting 2

    Who hasn't failed at this one point when they have an idea for a play in their head, the beginning of a drama in the drawer, and the theatre material in their hands? With professional help and input from other participants,...

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  • Storytelling – An Introduction

    The practice of storytelling enhances communicational and presentational skills, develops Imagination and the ability to improvise. Participants of this workshop will learn the basic steps of oral storytelling and...

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  • Playwriting 1 — Gaze Training

    While journalism and non-fiction work with the actual state of society, poetry creates an idea of the (inner) world. Which perspective has not yet been told? How does one take a perspective? What images do storytellers,...

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  • Scenic Interpretation of Music and Theatre – Methods and Application Training

    Immersing into the world of opera through action methods: basic knowledge about acting processes comes from individual experience and leads to the development of methodological competence and one’s own concepts....

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