19 August 2017
Drawing in Space - Mona Jas
Draw is about combining different elements and layers: lines, dots, dashes, and shading on surfaces can convey thoughts, emotions, and concepts, record observations, conceive processes, and document experiences. Drawing blends high abstraction with direct physicality.
The aim of this course will be to test out these possibilities ourselves and to engage in critical reflection using specific examples. We will develop a narrative together based on the people and architecture from the context of the surrounding neighborhood (temporary housing, the landmark, the trade union, schools, apartments). We will then use the medium of drawing to translate and visualize this narrative and present the results in a space inside the Bauhaus monument. The drawings will be created as a joint work using digital pens, plotted and installed as a temporary installation in this space.
The course is planned as follows: In the first phase we will familiarize ourselves with the practice and theory of drawing. This will be followed by a research phase, in which we will conduct field research in the surrounding environment. In the third phase, we will develop graphic elements. In the fourth phase, we will work together to develop the installation, which we will realize on site in the fifth phase.
It is assumed that students are interested in and have experience with drawing.
n transdisciplinary, long-term projects, artist Mona Jas examines artistic dialogues in various social fields and constellations. The focus is on contemporary art, visual culture, social inclusion, and artistic research combined with the question of shapi
Students and young professionals from Architecture, Art and Design
EUR 590: The 160.00 EUR enrollment fee is due with the registration. Restpayment until July 15, 2017
EUR 290: optional fee for accomodation in single room