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Photography and visual narratives in context of media, design, art and society.

The artistic and design degree Camera Arts qualifies for present and future photography and visual practices. These will be contextual, narrated and relational due to their socially engaged agendas.

Lucerne Applied University of Sciences and Arts, School of Art and Design.
Lucerne, Switzerland

Head of program:
Evert Ypma
evert.ypma@hslu.ch

Contact:
Heidi Estermann
heidi.estermann@hslu.ch
+ 41 41 248 61 02

http://camera-arts.hslu.ch/

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  1. 1. Camera Arts
  2. 2. TeamEvert Ypma, Leitung Lehre und ForschungEva Leitolf, Lehre/Forschung2013: Weitere DozierendeKaspar Flückiger, AssistenzHeidi Estermann, Administration
  3. 3. Camera Arts ist neuneues Fachgebietneues Studienprogrammneues Teamneue Studierendeneue (Denk-)Räume
  4. 4. Erik Kessels 24 Hours Installation, FOAM 2012
  5. 5. Fotografie und transmediale,visuelle Strategien mitgesellschaftlicher Relevanz
  6. 6. Bedeutungund Relevanz
  7. 7. Bedeutungund RelevanzGesellschaftliches Bedürfnis von neuen An- undEinsichten begegnet CA mit alternativen Bildern,Strategien und PerspektivenNachfrage nach transdisziplinären Fachkräften mitvisueller und gestalterischer IntelligenzInternationale Art Community, Kreativ-Wirtschaft,Kommunikation und Vermittlung, Stadtentwicklung undNachhaltigkeit
  8. 8. Was passiert?
  9. 9. TechnologischeVeränderungen
  10. 10. WirtschaftlicheVeränderungen
  11. 11. GesellschaftlicheVeränderungen
  12. 12. Media KontextDesign Kontext Kunst Kontext
  13. 13. Visuelle und Initiative nehmen: mediale Intelligenz Unsollicited AgencyVerantwortungübernehmen Flexible Arbeitsformen Kooperation/ Co-creation Beziehungen Lokal/Global
  14. 14. Legitimization I Relevance due to Declaration of identities Legitimization II societal quality Personal identities Relevance due to professional Professional identities practical quality 13 Possibilities 14 Action fields Legitimization III 12 Due to relevance WHO Academic quality 15 WHY WHERE WHAT Developments paths: 11 Roadmaps to professional identifications and practices Societal crisis/ challenges 1 WHERE Meta cause / Urgencies HOW Streams 10 Operational model lead by professionalMeso and micro level incentive; Camera Arts Ecology identifications and practices - Photography & ArtsProfessional de-territorialisation 2 - Documentary & Editorial Design Photography & - Transmedia Narratives - Communities & e-Culture Professional crisis/ challenges envisioning image craft Professional shifts: for civic agenda’s Re-contextualization; 3 Re-framing of assumptions; WHAT 9 Definitions of quality Inventing new approaches; HOW Methods of scrutinization Perpetual updating of practice; 8 Retooling design and art education Conceptual and operational 4 facilities for learning and development Respond trough agency: 7 Responding to urgencies; Method Interpreting and formulation 5 How to learn, exercise, prototype of responsibility Themes prepare, collaborate, articulate? 6 Feedback loop with societal and professionel realities Competence fields Involvement + engagement Disciplinary debate in professional community: What knowledge, competences and experience are needed? > To recognize urgency and themes > To recognize opportunities and potentials of the environment > To take initiatives and to nurture projects > To evaluate
  15. 15. Legitimization I Welche Legitimization II Relevance due to professionelle Declaration of identities Personal identities societal quality Legitimation Relevance due to professional 13 Identitäten? Professional identities practical quality Possibilities 14 Action fields Legitimization III 12 Due to relevance WHO Academic quality 15 WHY WHERE WHAT 11 Welche Tools Developments paths: Roadmaps to professional und identifications and practices Societal crisis/ challenges 1 WHERE wo können diese Meta cause / Urgencies HOW Streams eingesetzt 10 Operational model lead by professionalMeso and micro level incentive; Camera Arts Ecology werden? identifications and practices - Photography & ArtsProfessional de-territorialisation 2 - Documentary & Editorial Design Photography & - Transmedia Narratives - Communities & e-Culture Professional crisis/ challenges envisioning image craft Professional shifts: for civic agenda’s Re-contextualization; 3 Professionelle Re-framing of assumptions; Inventing new approaches; WHAT 9 Definitions of quality HOW Methods of scrutinization gesellschaftliche Perpetual updating of practice; 8 Retooling design and art education Conceptual and operational Probleme 4 facilities for learning and development Respond trough agency: 7 Responding to urgencies; Interpreting and formulation 5 Was braucht es Method How to learn, exercise, prototype of responsibility Themes 6 um an aktuellencollaborate, articulate? prepare, Feedback loop with societal Competence fields Problemen and professionel realities Involvement + engagement Disciplinary debatearbeiten zu in professional community: What knowledge, competences and experience are needed? können? > To recognize urgency and themes > To recognize opportunities and potentials of the environment > To take initiatives and to nurture projects > To evaluate
  16. 16. Streams
  17. 17. Photography & Arts
  18. 18. Meier & Scagliola. Junge Menschen, Fotomuseum Winterthur, 2012
  19. 19. Meier & Scagliola. Junge Menschen, Fotomuseum Winterthur, 2012
  20. 20. I shop therefore I am. Barbara Kruger, 1987
  21. 21. I shop therefore I am. Barbara Kruger, 1987
  22. 22. Photography, Documentary& Editorial Design
  23. 23. The World As Flatland, Amsterdam
  24. 24. The World As Flatland, Amsterdam
  25. 25. The World As Flatland, Amsterdam
  26. 26. The World As Flatland, Amsterdam
  27. 27. The World As Flatland, Amsterdam
  28. 28. Jonmar van Vlijmen, Multiplicity & Visual Identities, Zurich/Amsterdam 2010
  29. 29. Jonmar van Vlijmen, Multiplicity & Visual Identities, Zurich/Amsterdam 2010
  30. 30. Jonmar van Vlijmen, Multiplicity & Visual Identities, Zurich/Amsterdam 2010
  31. 31. Jonmar van Vlijmen, Multiplicity & Visual Identities, Zurich/Amsterdam 2010
  32. 32. Jonmar van Vlijmen, Multiplicity & Visual Identities, Zurich/Amsterdam 2010
  33. 33. Visual Narratives &Transmedia Storytelling
  34. 34. Protest Shopping, 2012
  35. 35. Highrise Project
  36. 36. The Silent History
  37. 37. Communities & e-Culture
  38. 38. Fachkompetenzen
  39. 39. Photography Video Technology Photography, A rt. Contexts / Co De nc Theory e sig n& pt General s Med iaGraphic Design Camera Arts Animation Transmedia Art Storytelling
  40. 40. Streams
  41. 41. Curriculum
  42. 42. Curriculum
  43. 43. Wir arbeiten
  44. 44. Camera ArtsHochschule Luzern – Design & Kunstwww.hslu.ch/design-kunst/d-ausbildung/d-camera-arts.htmhttp://camera-arts.hslu.chStudienleitung: evert.ypma@hslu.chKontakt: heidi Estermann@hslu.ch2012Fotografische und gestalterische Beispiele die Copyright geschützt sind, sind ausschliesslich alsexemplarische Beispiele innerhalb akademischen Zusammenhang genutzt.

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