Black Mountain College Research Project Papers. Fotograf: State Archives of North Carolina Raleigh, NC
Where do we meet public? How do we meet public? Who is our public? These are the questions that we will be asking within the last course in this academic year and concluding it with-in a public event: LISTEN_IN.
We are working together as a group to create a situation for meeting our publics. The aim is to test and experiment with different public presentation formats that are complementary to an art exhibition; such as lecture, discussion, performance, film program, producing a radio podcast, various forms of publication or an exhibition of documents, documentary material, or building an archive.
This course provides theoretical and practical knowledge of communication, presentation and documentation of art projects produced for public space. The course will underline the necessity of incorporating mediation as part of the development of an art project, and enhance students´ knowledge of different forms of communication, contexts and publics.