The Scenography/Interior Design course in the area of spatial strategies deals with the topic of space and the possibilities of its design in the sense of an expanded, dynamic concept of space. The content focuses on cultural social and public spaces, media spaces, communication and interaction spaces as well as intersections of imaginary and real (surrounding) space worlds.
Developing concepts for the aforementioned scenographic spaces and their uses, presenting them professionally on all levels, communicating them and implementing them is seen as the central competence of the students. This includes both the interdisciplinary artistic-scientific project development as well as the individual creative examination with regard to the most diverse spatial effects. In this context, the atmospheric-phenomenological aspects of scenography and staging are central to the development and design of exhibitions and museums in particular as spaces for learning and experience.
The implementation takes place in the development of prototypical or singular objects and installations as interventions in mostly given or also temporary spatial structures and leads to the elaboration of new spatial and utilization concepts up to spatial planning and structuring systems. In particular, the B.A. program develops the design skills and the necessary constructive-technical knowledge for independent design. The goal is the professional competence to be able to act and work in response to constantly changing requirements within developing and open professional fields, both independently and in a team-oriented manner.
PROF. DIPL.-ING. MICHAEL BREDA
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