Interdisciplinary workshop open for 5 guest students.
Lecturer: Lila Chitaytat, Tel Aviv
Dates: 25 June to 5 July 2019 compact daily approx. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
in English language
Target group: Interested Master students from the fields of architecture, design, communication in space, exhibition, scenography
Recognition as elective subject possible (3 credit points)
Venue: Studiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum TU Berlin, Ackerstrasse 76, 13355 Berlin, Studio 484
What role exhibitions play in communicating knowledge? How do people learn in public places? The workshop will offer an intense playfield to examine the diverse methods of spatial storytelling and narrative design for museum, exhibitions and urban installations. Throughout the process we will experiment on the relationships of content and form, of experience and delight, technologies and poetics and of space and body and create a meaningful playful exhibit experience (in models, little installations or mockups). Exhibition design offers us a space to examine the role of technology based design as an additional tool to build multiple narrative spaces. We shall think of experiences as new ways to perceive and communicate knowledge. In this workshop Design thinking and multidisciplinary approaches will offer new ways to communicate complex ideas and knowledge with a wide variety of societies. We will underlay the importance of storytelling, by conceptualizing thematic ideas. By the use of space and interaction, new technologies, graphics, sound and light we can tell very complex stories for historical, scientific, research, temporary or critical exhibitions.
Topics of discussion will include the roles of the museums of tomorrow and the ability of Szenographers to act as agents of critical and multilayered thinkers to create innovativ spaces for narration of the past, the present and the future.
Application by email until 15 April 2019
with CV and short portfolio to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further questions please contact: Maria Dannecker, Tel. 030-31472174