ART of the MOOC: Public Art and Pedagogy

开始时间: 04/22/2022 持续时间: Unknown

所在平台: CourseraArchive

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Students of this course may try their hand at their own public art interventions, or simply focus on learning from the theory of public practice and its recent history. Designed by artist and Duke professor, Pedro Lasch, and co-taught by Creative Time artistic director, Nato Thompson, this course presents public culture and art in their radically reinenvented contemporary forms. The lectures link major developments of recent decades to wider topics like spatial politics, everyday social structures, and experimental education. Also included are guest presentations from key thinkers and practitioners, like: Tania Bruguera, Claire Doherty, Tom Finkelpearl, Hans Haacke, Shannon Jackson, Suzanne Lacy, Rick Lowe, and many more. As the ‘ART of the MOOC’ title implies, learners and participants are encouraged to treat the MOOC itself as a public art medium. This happens mostly through the course’s practical components, local project productions, global exchanges, and critical feedback. While no prior art making experience is required, projects also offer challenging options for advanced learners. For other course offerings or language versions in this series, just search 'ART of the MOOC' in the Coursera catalog.

MOOC的ART:公共艺术和教育学:本课程的学生可以尝试自己的公共艺术干预措施,或者只是专注于从公共实践理论及其最新历史中学习。本课程由艺术家和杜克大学教授Pedro Lasch设计,并由Creative Time艺术总监北约汤普森(Nato Thompson)共同授课,以经过彻底改造的当代形式展示公共文化和艺术。这些讲座将近几十年来的重大发展与诸如空间政治,日常社会结构和实验教育等更广泛的主题联系在一起。 还包括来自关键思想家和实践者的嘉宾演讲,例如:塔尼亚·布鲁格拉(Tania Bruguera),克莱尔·多尔蒂(Claire Doherty),汤姆·芬克珀尔(Tom Finkelpearl),汉斯·哈克(Hans Haacke),香农·杰克逊(Shannon Jackson),苏珊娜·拉西(Suzanne Lacy),里克·洛(Rick Lowe)等。正如“ MOOC的艺术”标题所暗示的那样,鼓励学习者和参与者将MOOC本身视为一种公共艺术媒介。这主要是通过课程的实际操作,本地项目制作,全球交流和重要反馈来实现的。 尽管不需要现有技术制作经验,但项目也为高级学习者提供了具有挑战性的选择。 对于本系列中的其他课程产品或语言版本,只需在Coursera目录中搜索“ MOOC的ART”即可。


This lesson will lay out some basic definitions and examples of public practice and socially engaged art, especially as they relate to spatial politics. We will examine the critical role that such practices have had in relation to various forms of urbanism and social planning and consider the physical and symbolic mechanisms that separate the global and the local, the urban and the rural, the visible and the invisible, citizens and immigrants, settlers and refugees. The lecture and guest presentations will provide foundation and inspiration for students’ own experiments with spatial politics.



Students of this course may try their hand at their own public art interventions, or simply focus on