History of photography and video art
The evolution of photographic practices since the 19th century, with special reference to contemporary imagery and the history of video art.
Theory and methods of visual research; media studies; communication studies; sociology and visual anthropology.
Elements of art history, the performing arts, architecture, cinema, multimedia.
An ongoing exercise in all artistic practices linked to the language of imagery during which the student, step by step, pieces together his or her own work.
History of methods and techniques; elements of analogical and digital photography; shooting and printing practices; video elaboration and experimentation.
Short practical courses focusing on technique, in order to provide the key tools for working with photography and video.
Specific exercises, deployment of skills acquired and fieldwork with artists and photographers.
Thematic and theoretical debates, artists’ talks, portfolio readings and critical discussion groups.
End of year show
Planning and implementation of the two mid-term shows and that at the end of the course together with the drafting of the exhibition catalogue.
At the moment there are no seminars.