IKG
  • Guidance
  • Angela McArthur
  •  
  • Course ID
  • DEEP09_2021_SP
  •  
  • Course Start
  • 21/05/2021
  • Course End
  • 23/05/2021

 
  • Music and Culture

Decentralised aesthetics reflect a post-conceptual contemporary context. Could such decentralisation help overcome binary conceptions of space (Euclidean/non-Euclidean. Real/virtual. Interior/exterior. Absolute/relative)? The technologies involved in spatial practices –  production and reproduction – are deeply rooted in histories which uphold binary distinctions, yet the world is moving towards a more nuanced understanding of polarities, not least in response to the extremism in various social spheres. Might the development of spatial aesthetics hold uniquely prescient lessons for such inequalities? Do spatial practices in some way provide unique opportunities to decentre the singular artistic vision, to activate other actors (human or non-human) and to contribute to a new aesthetics? To think and work in non-binary terms is a vital redress to current polarisations in the worlds, and will forge our futures.

Basic Information

Course ID

DEEP09_2021_SP

Degree

IKG Certificate

Direction

Angela McArthur

Course Duration

12 Hours
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
16:00 - 20:00 CET

Price

400€

Method

Online

Language

English

Course Start

21/05/2021

Course End

23/05/2021

Mentors

Angela McArthur

Deep Thinking

With the aim of defining new areas of knowledge related to artistic, technological, sociological, pedagogical and/or philosophical innovation. Fostering the development of artistic research in the 21st century and its potential areas of implementation.   According to their nature, the seminars are held either at our San Ildefonso campus, at the IKG's virtual campus or a combination of both .

Decentralised aesthetics reflect a post-conceptual contemporary context. Could such decentralisation help overcome binary conceptions of space (Euclidean/non-Euclidean. Real/virtual. Interior/exterior. Absolute/relative)? The technologies involved in spatial practices –  production and reproduction – are deeply rooted in histories which uphold binary distinctions, yet the world is moving towards a more nuanced understanding of polarities, not least in response to the extremism in various social spheres. Might the development of spatial aesthetics hold uniquely prescient lessons for such inequalities? Do spatial practices in some way provide unique opportunities to decentre the singular artistic vision, to activate other actors (human or non-human) and to contribute to a new aesthetics? To think and work in non-binary terms is a vital redress to current polarisations in the worlds, and will forge our futures.

Basic Information

Mentors

Angela McArthur

Deep Thinking

With the aim of defining new areas of knowledge related to artistic, technological, sociological, pedagogical and/or philosophical innovation. Fostering the development of artistic research in the 21st century and its potential areas of implementation.   According to their nature, the seminars are held either at our San Ildefonso campus, at the IKG's virtual campus or a combination of both .