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Vortrag: Rundflug über die Trends interaktiver Exponate

Julia Ellrich und Katharina Loderstädt

Was wir lieben, sind smarte einfache Lösungen, bei denen die Leute neugierig werden mehr zu erfahren. Unsere interaktiven Exponate und Interventionen sollen im besten Fall Denkanstöße sein.

Was wir nicht gut finden, sind zu viele sinnlos eingesetzte Medien und Screens, die im Grunde nur den Raum erhitzen.

Wir finden es toll, wenn etwas super aussieht, finden aber, dass nur super Wichtiges auch super groß sein sollte.

Wir möchten euch auf eine Tour durch die Trends interaktiver Exponate mitnehmen.

Unsere Tour durch die Trends interaktiver Exponate beginnen wir mit einem kurzen historischen Abriss. Wann kam die Idee der interaktiven Exponate das erste Mal im Ausstellungskontext auf? Wie sahen die Interaktionen damals aus? Im Zentrum unseres Vortrags stehen die Trends interaktiver Exponate der letzten 10 Jahre. Wir stellen diese Trends vor, zeigen ihre Entwicklung auf, erklären das Potenzial und beleuchten auch die Probleme. Abschließen werden wir unseren Vortrag mit unseren persönlichen Erkenntnissen. Wie entwickeln WIR interaktive Exponate. Welche Lektionen haben wir gelernt und verinnerlicht. Alle diese Erfahrungen wollen wir in einen kompakten Baukasten für die Entwicklung interaktiver Exponate packen und euch überlassen.

Termin: 17.11.2021 um 19 Uhr
Ort: TU Berlin, Studio 484, Masterstudiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum,
Ackerstrasse 76, 13355 Berlin, (Zugang: Hof 3, Aufgang H, 4. Etage links)

Julia Ellrich – Art Director Konzept
Qualifikationen: Dipl. Des. Industriedesign (FH)
Skills: Ausstellungskonzept, Ausstellungsdesign und Interaction Design
Erfahrungen: Von 2008 bis 2018 bei TRIAD in der Abteilung Interaktive Exponate als Creative Director und Production Manager u.a. verantwortlich für alle interaktiven Exponate für das Deutsche Fußballmuseum und das FIFA World Football Museum. Seit 2018 als Art Director Concept im Team von Archimedes Exhibitions u.a. verantwortlich für die Ausstellung zur Künstlichen Intelligenz auf der MS Wissenschaft 2019 für das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung; die Wanderausstellung “Faszination Gehirn – the Human Brain Project” für das Forschungszentrum Jülich sowie das Innovations- und Erlebniszentrum “Mooncity” für die Porsche Holding in Salzburg, HNF Informatik Ausstellung für Kinder.

Katharina Loderstädt – Interaction Design und Exponatentwicklung
Qualifikationen: B.A. Interface Design
Skills: Interaktionsdesign, Konzept und Storyboards für Medieninstallationen und interaktive Exponate, Konzeption und Leitung von Workshops
Erfahrungen: Seit 2009 bei ARCHIMEDES EXHIBITIONS GMBH im Bereich Interactions design.
Interaktionsdesign für den preisgekrönten digitalen Behandlungstisch “SimMed” (ein Forschungsprojekt zu eLearning in der Medizin zusammen mit der Charité Berlin). Gestaltung der Interaktionen und der interaktiven Exponate für die Dauerausstellung des Museums für Kommunikation Frankfurt; Konzept für die Ausstellung zur Künstlichen Intelligenz auf der MS Wissenschaft 2019 für das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung; und Design und Storytelling für die Erlebniswelt “Mooncity” der Porsche Holding, HNF Informatik Ausstellung für Kinder.

Master Show 2021

On Friday, July 30, 2021, at 7 pm, our 17 graduates invite you to their show at Ackerstrasse 76, 13355 Berlin, Hof 3, under the title “N’ Sekt vielleicht”.

With pleasure, relief and melancholy, we move away and would like to celebrate, honor and conclude the Master’s study with you. A master’s degree that was shaped by the joy of starting over, getting to know other students and a pandemic with unexpected challenges – In the chaos of last year we found our way to continue working creatively.       

The variety of different projects is presented in a joint exhibition. We look forward to your company, a toast to the completed degree and the mastered past two years!

Mentors: Prof. Kerstin Laube, Prof. Albert Lang, Christina Mrosek, Frank Hänig, Johann Jörg, Tom Duncan, Heiko Kalmbach, Noel McCauley, Louise Beck, Maria Wolgast, Annette Müller, Robert Niemann, Jan Ziegler, Franziska Schreiber

Graduates: Marie Akoury, Hossam Dorgham, Asli Ersüzer Sökmen, María Angélica Guerrero, Gustavo Havelange, Tina Hübner, Malte Knipping, Christopher Krause, Nikolai Kuchin, Charlotte Niedermeier, Anna Niedringhaus, Marco Pinheiro, Hannah Ursula Schmidt, Janina Velhorn, Feline Wegener, Dingting Yan, Yue Ying

Alumni Interview with Juan José Briseno

After his studies in Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum, which he completed in 2014, Juan José Briseno – back again in his home country Mexico – realized numerous projects in the field of theater. In addition to his artistic practice, he is active in teaching in the field of theater studies. 

You studied theater studies and later in the masters Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum. Today you work in both fields in parallel. When you began your studies in the master’s program, did you already have your current job description in mind?
That’s right, since my return I have worked in both fields in my home country Mexico City as a professor at the Tecnológico de Monterrey CSF and at the same time as a director and set designer in theater, opera and film. I didn’t have my current job description so clearly in mind, although from the beginning I had a kind of unconscious inkling to work like that one day. At that time, I had a great fascination for Germany’s theater tradition and was eager to get to know new world views.

Was it your plan from the beginning to return to your homeland?
No, I didn’t really have any plans for the future. I only had my studies in mind and was curious to gain new experiences.

What did you focus on in your studies?
Definitely the focus on stage! My interest has always been in the stage and its dramaturgy. As a theater director, I was already at home there in a way. But I felt it was essential to get to know the stage or the theater space from different sides and to open up new possibilities and perspectives for myself and to develop myself further.

What did it mean for you to study in a cultural metropolis like Berlin?
Studying in Berlin is the dream of many theater makers from Latin America. Personally, I was particularly interested in the different worldview of this city. Not only contemporary Berlin, but also its difficult face during the 20th century. The wounds of the city were always and everywhere noticeable. For new inspiration, you just had to go to the streets and listen to what the buildings, houses, gardens, stores, neighborhoods, people wanted to share with you. This helped me a lot for my work in my studies. New York, London, Rome, Barcelona and Berlin are cities that have a cultural vibe from the inside out and that have shaped me a lot.

What advice would you give to a first-year student of the Master of Stage Design/Scenic Space?
Everyone brings their own attitude, time and purpose. When I find a new unknown adventure, I say: Why not? It will be fun. And off we go! My advice: Listen! Take a look! Practice already!

Student advice

Student advice

Student advice

Studying at TU Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum?
We offer individual appointments all year round for portfolio and study advice.

Questions regarding the profile of the study programme, applications and portfolio preparation can be answered by phone, email or video call. Please contact Salka Schulz via e-mail to make an appointment.

You can find further information on the postgraduate course or application process and download application guideline on our website or visit our Open Studios and information events.

A brief overview with information about the application portfolio:

  • It should include: Projects, e.g. in the fields of architecture, stage, scenography, interior, object design, costume, performance, visual arts / free artistic work, among others in the form of picture stories, dramaturgical concepts, photographs, collages, sketches, drawings, if applicable, realizations / assistantships / internships, a short project description with title / concept and field of activity is helpful
  • the projects selected for the portfolio should show a particular interest in the theme of spacial design and reflect the personal interests of the applicant
  • Please submit your complete application digitally by e-mail to kontakt@tu-buehnenbild.de.
  • Applicants whose first language is not German: TestDaF (Language certificate “Deutsch als Fremdsprache” minimum 16 points).

We are looking forward to your application!

Performing Arts Festival Berlin 2021

Performing Arts Festival Berlin 2021

Performing Arts Festival Berlin (PAF)

For the 6th time, the Performing Arts Festival Berlin (PAF) presents six days of theater and performance, puppet and musical theater, dance, installations, new circus, and site-specific performances on stages and in unusual locations throughout the city. For the 2nd time, the PAF Campus will take place in 2021: Our students are invited together with students from four other Berlin universities to discover the festival, its program and the different venues through workshops, joint theater visits and reflection formats. The focus will be on current issues and, this year, especially on forward-looking performance formats in (digital) space.

https://performingarts-festival.de/de/programm/paf-campus

Strindberg_JULIE

Cooperation with the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts, Directing Department

Lecturers:
Prof. Kerstin Laube (TU), Prof. Robert Schuster (HfS EB), Britta Geister (HfS EB)

Within a 3-week intensive workshop, students of the 2nd semester together with directing students of the HfS Ernst Busch developed associations, approaches and contemporary concepts to August Strindberg’s play “Fräulein Julie” through the visual research phase and investigation of the text by means of “action analysis”.
Exploring an associative context and approaching the core of the play, different approaches emerged as model-like “attempts”.

Students TU:
Lioba Bangert (Gast UdK), Kristin Buddenberg, Camille Daur, Kristel Khan, Matteo Marangoni, Qian Qin

Students HfS:
Nicolas Crasemann, Linda Glanz, Amelie von Godin, Tobias Klett, Rosa Rieck, Marten Straßenberg

OPEN STUDIO – Info / 18.03.2021

OPEN STUDIO – Info / 18.03.2021

Since our OPEN STUDIOS cannot take place as usual, we are giving  general study information about the Master’s program Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum. Next time on:

Thursday, 18th March 2021, 11 – 12 a.m.

We answer questions about the application, study and curriculum, compatibility with work and family and financing possibilities, etc.

The events will take place via Zoom video conferencing system. Link and password assignment / registration by email at: Salka Schulz

We offer individual consultations at any time by video, e-mail or phone. Appointments can also be arranged at short notice with Salka Schulz.

Further information Studies and Application Procedure.

Digital OPEN DAY – 18.02.2021

Digital OPEN DAY – 18.02.2021

We cordially invite you to our OPEN DAY at the Master’s course Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum:

Thursday, 18th February 2021, from 11 am to 1 pm (MEZ)
The event takes place via video conference system Zoom.
Link and Password assignment / registration by email to Salka Schulz

Prof. Kerstin Laube and the team personally present the profile of the study and the application procedure. We answer questions about the program and provide general information on the study plan, compatibility with work and family, career prospects and financing possibilities.

We offer individual consultations at any time by video, e-mail or phone.
Appointments can also be arranged at short notice with Salka Schulz.

Further information Studies and Application Procedure.

1st prize competitionline campus 2021 for the project “Mikrowohnen barrierefrei”

1st prize competitionline campus 2021 for the project “Mikrowohnen barrierefrei”

Congratulations to the team of Modell+Design for the cooperation project “Mikorwohnen barrierefrei”, which won the 1st prize in the category faculty projects at this year’s competition of competetionline campus 2021. Link to the article on the competitionline website

What is the smallest possible accessible housing unit?

This was the question of a seminar at the Technical University of Berlin in the subject Model+Design. The aim was to promote accessibility as a self-evident building task, to sensitize students and raise their awareness of the issue of accessibility, and at the same time to emphasize the need for diversity and flexibility, especially in housing construction.

Rising real estate and rental prices, an increase in single households and a growing number of elderly people are factors that demand new approaches from planners and builders, and not only in Berlin. In the seminar, the integrative approach of co-living offers was elaborated by the students and further investigated in cooperation with the Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing, the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts and the Department of Building Economics at the Technical University of Berlin.

Ten very different approaches for a typical Berlin residential building were developed in models and images. A 1:1 scale barrier-free housing unit developed in the seminar forms the core of the exhibition. This was built by the Central Workshop of the Technical University of Berlin, is the object carrier for all models and plans and is itself an exhibit.

Further information is available at:
www.modellunddesign.de

 

Miss Julie

Cooperation with the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts, Directing Department

Lecturers:
Prof. Kerstin Laube (TU), Prof. Egill Pálsson (HfS EB), Prof. Louise Beck (Copenhagen)

In the context of a 4-week intensive workshop, students of the 2nd semester and directing students of the HfS Ernst Busch developed associations, approaches and contemporary concepts to August Strindberg’s play “Fräulein Julie” through visual research and examination of the text by means of “action analysis”(Maria Knebel).
By exploring an associative context and approaching the core of the play through 5 key situations, very different approaches were developed as “experiments”, performances and multimedia installations.

Students TU:
Marie Akoury, Maria Guerrero, Christopher Krause, Nikolai Kuchin, Tina Hübner, Hannah Schmidt, Yue Ying

Students HfS:
Ivar Furre Aam, Sophie Bischoff, Rabee Hanani, Lily Kuhlmann, Max Radestock, Naemi Simon, Basil Zecchinel

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