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Moving Image34645/1828/2021/1/05
Studiegids

Moving Image

34645/1828/2021/1/05
Academiejaar 2020-21
Komt voor in:
  • Bachelor in de beeldende kunsten, trajectschijf 3
    Keuzepakket:
    • aan opleidingsonderdelen naar keuze
  • Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts
    Keuzepakket:
    • Elective courses
Dit is een enkelvoudig opleidingsonderdeel.
Studieomvang: 6 studiepunten
Co-titularis(sen): Goiris Geert
Onderwijstalen: Engels
Kalender: Semester 1 + Semester 2
Dit opleidingsonderdeel wordt gequoteerd op 20 (tot op een geheel getal).
Mogelijke grensdata voor leerkrediet: 15.10.2020 (Academiejaar)
Tweede examenkans: wel mogelijk.
Delibereerbaarheid: Dit opleidingsonderdeel is delibereerbaar onder de voorwaarden van de opleiding waarvoor je bent ingeschreven.
Totale studietijd: 160,00 uren

Waarschuwing

Deze informatie is onder voorbehoud van de verdere evolutie van de Coronamaatregelen.

Volgtijdelijkheid

Op dit opleidingsonderdeel is er geen volgtijdelijkheid van toepassing.

Begincompetenties (tekst)

No specific prior knowledge is required to enter the course, we expect a broad cultural interest, and a particular curiosity for time-based arts.
Students are expected to communicate clearly about their progress.
He/she has a developed level of self-organization and discipline to conduct a long-term project.

OLR-Leerdoelen (lijst)

BA1 - Over de nodige artistieke vaardigheden beschikken om onder begeleiding een persoonlijk project binnen het brede spectrum van de beeldende kunsten te ontwerpen en/of te realiseren.
The student is able to deliver a video work of an acceptable professional level.
BA3 - Kennis en inzicht hebben en blijven ontwikkelen in de maatschappelijke, culturele, artistieke, historische en internationale context van de beeldende kunsten en de artistieke praxis.
The student has insight into historical and current visual/audiovisual art,
The student is able to follow and interpret evolutions within the artistic field, and can position her/himself within an artistic and intellectual framework.
The student shows insight and beginner's experience in the (inter)national field of his own discipline and the art world in the broadest sense of the word.
BA6 - Het karakteristieke van persoonlijke ontwerpen en/of realisaties vatten en op geëigende wijze communiceren.
The student can articulate the development of his creative process.
The student can present this project and substantiate it to experts in the field.
BA7 - Het eigen artistieke project kunnen organiseren in samenspraak met anderen. 
The student is able to conceive, organize and realize her/his own artistic project in a self-disciplined, systematic and goal-orienteded way.
The student has an insight in possible form of collaborations, co-productions and funding possibilities in the audio-visual sector.

Leerinhoud

The studio moving image should be seen as a trajectory in which the personal artistic development of the student takes a central place. In the studio the student's project is pivotal: concept development of a time-based work, critical reflection, methodical research, authenticity and innovation are the essential building blocks in this process. In addition, students are introduced to some essential skills of digital cinematography such as camera movements, editing, and presentation of video images.
The artistic, theoretical and pedagogical framework respond to this as much as possible. The studio moving image is, in the true sense of the word, a laboratory in which a dialogue and dynamic arise between students and teacher. A discourse is pursued between all those involved. In order to make this process possible and to support it, the studio moving image fulfils a facilitating role. As far as possible, technical and material support is provided.
The student will act autonomously to a large extent: from the proposal of an artistic concept and the elaboration of ideas, over the practical organization and critical reflection to the actual presentation and substantive argumentation to the tutor who evaluates the process.
The student can opt for a pure form of video or digital cinema, but can also develop an interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary trajectory, including performative and installational strategies.
After achieving the learning objectives, the student is technically, theoretically and insightfully prepared to enter the artistic arena.

Studiematerialen (tekst): Verplicht

All students are required to purchase one external portable SSD (Solid State Driver)
Samsung T5 to record their data.

All students are recommended to install the (free) DaVinci Resolve video editing software on their computer so that they can practice at home.
Production facilities are available in the studio: high-performance computers with editing software, a projector for group screening, a small studio for sound recording, two camera’s, a complete set of lenses and two microphones.

Onderwijsorganisatie

Werkvormen
Artistieke praktijk30,00 uren
  • Omschrijving: Studio meetings: 10 sessions of 3 hours. Semester 2.
  • Duur: Semester
  • Opmerking: Each student is expected to present an artistic concept for a short moving image, which will be closely monitored and supervised throughout the entire production process. No fixed assignments are given. On a regular basis, camera exercises or writing assignments are given to support certain aspects of a self-formulated autonomous project. This project- proposal is developed in consultation with the supervisor. The studio offers a framework where artistic strategies can be refined. Equal importance is given to the conceptual, technical and productional value of the work. Intermediate results are viewed and commented in group.
Hoor- en/of werkcolleges46,00 uren
  • Omschrijving: - University lectures on the history of film (historical Avant-garde) by Prof. Dr. Steven Jacobs, literature department University of Antwerp; 2 sessions of three hours (illustrated lecture) English.
    - Lecture series Artist Moving Images 1960 – Today, by Vincent Stroep; 2 sessions of three hours.
    - Mediumspecific workshops, by Wim Catrysse; 10 sessions of 3 hours.
    - Workshop on film production and funding, organized by Escautville; 4 hours.
    - Cinemacademy: public program where a specific theme is highlighted and examined through lectures and film screenings; 2 full evening programs.
  • Duur: Academiejaar
  • Opmerking: - The two classes by Steven Jacobs are offered as studium generale: students of the studio Moving Image are not required to take the exam, but attendance at the lectures is monitored and compulsory. Depending on government rules on Covid -19, these lectures will be held on-campus or online.
    - It is strongly advised for the student of Moving Image to follow the course(s) Film History 1 and/or Film History 2 by Eric Ubben.
Vormen van groepsleren
Werktijd buiten de contacturen84,00 uren
  • Omschrijving: Individual study - working time outside contact hours: Refining concept, filming, editing, post-production and presentation of video work.
    3u/week – semester 1 (36 hours)
    3u/week – semester 2 (48 hours)
  • Duur: Academiejaar

Toetsing (tekst)

Permanent evaluation by the entire group of students (participation in the feedback discussions is a prerequisite) and studio tutor wim Catrysse.

General remarks on permanent evaluation:
Compulsory participation in the educational and study activities.
Video-rushes, rough edits, shooting plans or conceptual proposals must be submitted or presented on fixed dates.

Graduation jury after the end of the second semester.
The graduation jury consists of a screening/presentation of all works, the jury is composed of Wim Catrysse, Geert Goiris, Steven Humblet, Steven Jacobs and Els Dietvorst.

Assessment criteria are
- originality
- technical and visual quality
- the arc of tension of the time-based work (timing, rhythm and pace)
- conceptual coherence and clarity

The final result is formed by aggregating the marks obtained during the permanent evaluation (40%) and the end-of-year evaluation (60%).