Elective Courses

  • Feb022022

    Elective Course FS2022 | Serendipity | Acoustic Niche

    Measure visual and acoustic information to represent landscape and ultimately create an acoustic intervention.

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  • Jan272022

    Elective Course FS2022 | Topology | Aktion! Landschaft

    From different perspectives of perception and supported by examples from art, literature and history, we will embark on a terrain to be shaped by our own thoughts and actions.

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  • Jan262022

    Elective Course FS2022 | Cultural Heritage

    How can we explore, preserve and develop landscapes as a cultural heritage?

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  • Sep012021

    Elective Course HS2021 | Serendipity | Sourced Waters

    Measure visual and acoustic information to create a new way of representing landscape.

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  • Aug202021

    Elective Course HS2021 | Topology | Deep Poly

    A topological Analysis through Point Cloud Modeling and Sound Recording.

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  • Jul012021

    Body Wonder Land | Summer School 2021

    Exploring a landscape through collective movement

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  • Jan132021

    Elective Course FS2021 | Topology | Choreografien der Landschaft

    In this elective, we aim to investigate the choreographic aspects of landscape morphology.

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  • Jan072021

    Elective Course FS2021 | Serendipity | Upper Waters

    Measure visual and acoustic information to create a new way of representing landscape.

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  • Aug262020

    Elective Course HS2020 | Topology | Hönggerberg’s Secret

    A topological Analysis through Point Cloud Modeling.

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  • Aug262020

    Elective Course HS2020 | Serendipity | Captive Waters

    Measure visual and acoustic information to create a new way of representing landscape.

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  • Jan222020

    Elective Course FS2020 | Serendipity | Carved Landscapes

    Measure visual and acoustic information to create a new way of representing landscape.

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  • Dec132019

    Elective Course FS2020 | Topology | “draw a map to get lost”

    In this elective, we aim to question cartographic representations by creating a map that challenges our sense of orientation.

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