Class Design at Performance

  • Presentation


    Curricular unit whose purpose is to develop projects of performative actions, with the aim of proposing new experiences.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    1. The Narrative of the scenographic space (Subject (visitor), Space and Event (interaction, exhibition, information, meeting, etc.))


    2. Narrative Tension (Transparency - Exposed, Transcendence - Hidden)


    3. Ludic Space - the Game (Space, Time, Rule, and Fiction)


    4. Contemplative Space (Fixed Conceptual Framework and Mobile Conceptual Framework)


    5. Concepts of Known Space / Exploited and Unknown / Unexplored


    6. Fragmentation and Defragmentation Narrative Dynamics


    7. Time Concepts (Infinite, Moment, Measure, Homogenous, Cyclic, Linear, and Segmented)


    8. Narrative Gravity and Figurative Attraction

  • Objectives


    At the end of the Curriculum Unit, students should identify and understand:

    • The difference between scenography and choreography
    • Society from a transparency, exposure, evidence, porn, acceleration and disclosure perspective;
    • Transparency versus transcendence dichotomies (extrinsic/intrinsic);
    • The concept of narrative tension. Positive or negative, opposite or identical poles;
    • The concept of otherness and ambivalence;
    • Contents in the context of the multiplication of meanings;
    • Transformation, distortion and recombination for the increase of complexity processes;
    • Fascination, mystery and obscurity concepts.
  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Multiple referential perspectives of practical and theoretical research through reading, viewing and access to still and moving image archives.

    Strong relationship between design practice and art through an expanded view of both.

    Strong relationship between multidirectional practical and theoretical actions through individual and group research exercises

  • References


    1. Han, B., (2014), A Sociedade do Cansaço, Lisboa: Relógio D¿Água

    2. Han, B., (2014), A Sociedade da Transparência, Lisboa: Relógio D¿Água

    3. Simmel, G., (2019), Filosofia da Aventura e outros textos, Lisboa: Relógio D¿Água

    4. Mumford, L., (2007), Historia das Utopias, Lisboa:Antígona.

    5. Calabrese, O., (2020), Como se lê uma obra de arte, Lisboa: Edições 70


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