The basis of this module is human perception of movements and transitions. Students will work with principles of creation of time-based artefacts, and the experience of artefacts expressing temporal, spatial, and affective transitions. A variety of media technologies and engineered solutions will be tested and applied in the creation of products, artefacts and installations in the project unit, including mechanical and electronic alternatives of creating and controlling movement, position in space and autonomous motion.
During the semester, students work theoretically and experimentally with projects that challenge their creative and technical skills and produce artistic effects focused on different types of interaction between humans and machines.
In connection with the module, the following courses will be offered:
Other courses may be offered within the following areas:
The objective of the Module: Dynamic Art and Technology is to introduce students to basic problem areas and solutions regarding the creation of artistic projects, which express various forms of dynamic effects and transitions.
During this module students should acquire:
Basic knowledge about
Method of working: Group and project work
|Name of exam||Dynamic Art and Technology|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a projectForm of examination: b)
Hand in: Individually or in groups.
The examination will take the form of a conversation between the students, 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 process report or portfolio as well as the product created by the students. The project exam will also address other content from the module courses.
Number of pages: the written work must not exceed 10 pages per student (15 pages in the case of individual reports).
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.
The assessment is made of the individual student based on the learning objective. The assessment must also be based on an overall evaluation of the project report, the presentation, the joint discussion and the individually oriented questions. In order for the examinee to pass the exam, all these aspects must be satisfactory. The project report is thus part of the overall basis for the assessment, and is not given an independent grade.
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||External examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The written report, the product and the oral examination should demonstrate that the student has fulfilled the objectives outlined above.|
|Danish title||Teknologi og dynamisk kunst|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Art & Technology|
|Department||Department of Communication and Psychology|
|Faculty||The Faculty of Humanities|