This module emphasizes the importance of working towards a synthesis of technological, aesthetic, and interactive functional solutions. The focus of the module is to conceptualize, develop, and exhibit physical and/or virtual artefacts, installations, performances, etc. challenged by a need or wish to create engaging experiences inspired by relevant technological potentials, typically in the form of new technologies.
Projects and project activities will be of the following type:
The product and the project must at the same time be theoretically and analytically supported; this should be reflected in the functionality, technological choices, use and aesthetic representation of the final semester project.
In connection with the module, courses may be offered within the following areas:
The objective of Module 19: Art and Technology as Experience - Bachelor Project is to enhance students‟ understanding of problem areas and solutions in relation to the creation of interactive artefacts, installations, and performances of artistic quality.
During this module, students should acquire:
Basic knowledge about
During this module, students should acquire skills in
During this module, students should acquire competencies in
Method of working: Project work in groups or individually competencies in
The subject must be presented to the Board of Studies in the form of a brief problem statement. The Board of Studies must approve the subject of the BA project. A minimum of 3 subject focus fields represented by the main modules in semesters 1 – 5 of the program should be included in the BA project
|Name of exam||Art and Technology as Experience (Bachelor Project)|
|Type of exam|
Written and oral examThe examination will take the form of a conversation between the student(s), the examiner and an external examiner on the basis of the project report prepared by the student(s), which may be in the form of a report or portfolio as well as the product created by the student. The project exam will also address other content from the module courses.
Number of pages: the written work must consist of not less than 15 pages and not more than 20 pages per student (not more than 25 pages in the case of individual reports).
Abstract: An abstract must be produced in Danish. The abstract must consist of not less than 1 page and not more than 2 pages. The abstract is included in the overall evaluation of the project.
Duration of examination: 20 minutes per student and 10 minutes for assessment and
communication of grades per group, however, the duration of the examination is maximum 2 hours
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||External examination|
|Criteria of assessment||An aggregate grade is awarded for the artefact, the written and
The written report, the product and the oral examination should demonstrate that the student has fulfilled the objectives outlined above.
The assessment results in an individual grade.
|Danish title||Oplevelsesteknologi (Bachelorprojekt)|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Art & Technology|
|Faculty||The Faculty of Humanities|