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Multimedia Laboratory I

Code 10956
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Art and Design
Entry requirements none
Mode of delivery on-campus
Work placements N/A
Learning outcomes To understand the importance of photography in contemporary society; to comprehend, reflect and analyze current trends in photography; to foster research, experimentation and creativity in developing interdisciplinary projects; to develop critical thinking and technical skills.
By the end of this course, students will be able to: demonstrate and apply the fundamental elements of photographic production, both technically and conceptually; plan, design, and produce original photographic projects with an interdisciplinary perspective.
Syllabus Photography as representation/interpretation/creation of reality, performing arts photography, staged photography and street/urban photography, stereoscopic photography and photo-installation: concepts, context, authors and technologies. Project design and development, timing of projects in various stages: design and rationale, prototypes/sketches, production and postproduction and exhibition/public presentation.
Main Bibliography Albarrán, J.: Mise en scène: fotografía y escenificación en los albores de la modernidad, in Discursos Fotográficos, vol.6 n.9, 2010.
Barthes, R.: La chambre claire: note sur la photographie, Midwest European Pub, 1980.
Baqué, D.: La photographie plasticienne: un art paradoxal, Paris, Regard, 1998.
Fontcuberta, J.: Ciencia y fricción. Fotografía, naturaleza, artificio, Murcia, Mestizo A.C., 1998.
Flusser, V.: Filosofia da caixa preta: ensaios para uma futura filosofia da fotografia, Rio de Janeiro, Relume Dumará, 2002.
Krauss, R.: Lo fotográfico. Por una teoría de los desplazamientos, Barcelona, Gustavo Gili, 2002.
Lovejoy, M.: Postmodern Currents, Art and artists in the age of electronic media, Prentice Hall, 1992.
Picazo, G.; Ribalta, J.(eds.): Indiferencia y singularidad: la fotografía en el pensamiento artístico contemporáneo, Ed. Gustavo Gili, Barcelona, 2003.
Sontag, S.: On photography, Picador, 2010.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Lectures, seminars, research activities, individual/group paper reading and discussion, laboratory practices, project follow up and orientation. The evaluation is continuous and will be based on student participation in seminars, development, evolution and presentation of group/individual projects, aesthetic and technical quality of the work as well as creativity.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-02-05

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