The OPEN DAY offers all students interested in the postgraduate course insight into the master programme’s profile and application process. Attend an introductory lecture by our leadership, see project presentations and pitches or get directly in touch with our tutors and mentors as well as with students and alumni. There will be the possibility of an consultation appointment for applications for upcoming winter term.
Dialog Extrem is an unconvetional kind of discussion. 40 experts sit at 40 tables and want to chat – with you! This year about refugees and our coexistence with them in the urban space.
Meanwhile, the visitors can decide in what way they want to participate in the dialogue: either by joining one of the 40 expert’s tables for a confidental chat in person or by listening to the braodcasted talks through eight different audio-channels.
Our students Mona Hartmann, Michaela Kirsche, Devin Martini, Susanne Quehenberger, Lana Ramsay and Susanne Wilk participate in the development of a space for the dialogue on urban living in the context of migration.
Date: 26th april 2016, Time: doors 6 pm, event 6:30 – 8:30 pm Place: Strasse des 17. Juni 135, Berlin. Lichthof (atrium) of Technical University Berlin, main building. Entry: free admission Further information at the Dialog Extrem-website and in the last year’s audio-archive.
Supervised by Prof. Kerstin Laube, in cooperation with the faculty of Urban Planning and Development, Prof. Jörg Stollmann/Johannes Dumpe and students of architecture, urban plannning and sociology.
“Perspectives of the play” (“Perspektiven des Spiels”, lecture held in German) Steffi Wurster, stage designer and film maker
Tuesday, january 5th 2016, 7 pm
Studio 484 at the ateliers of Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum
Ackerstrasse 76, 13355 Berlin, 4th floor on the left
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In her lecture Steffi Wurster evaluates the impact of the viewer’s perspective during a staged incident: how do distances, fields of visions and one’s own position of perceiption in the spatial setting affect our experience? On the basis of selected examples of stage design it is traced how the interaction of stage and auditorium is influencing the attention and contributes to the storytelling.
Steffi Wurster is a stage designer and film maker. Aside from works in the field of stage design and scenography she also realizes projects and videos with and interdisciplinary approach. Since the winter term 2015/15 she is teaching at Studiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum at Technical University Berlin.
(c) photo credit: “reicht es nicht zu sagen ich will leben“, directed by Nora Schlocker, coproduction with Nationaltheater Weimar/Centraltheater Leipzig 2011, Mülheimer Theatertage 2012, photo by Steffi Wurster
In this seminar we will critically assess our current understanding of space in accordance with relevant theoretical core texts, research and publications and in relation to recent realisations. Our aim is to give students and guests an overview of existing theories, to help put them in context and encourage debate. The seminar can be seen as an introduction to the scientific work methods required throughout the degree course. Students are invited to regard their own approaches in a theoretic context and decide which concepts are relevant to their own work.