The Master in Image Design acts upon a contemporary cultural and media universe where the image is put forward as the new unit of literacy and where its production and playback devices unfold in an increasingly complex range of possibilities. MDI is a multidisciplinary course furthering research in the areas of visual information, illustration, new media, documentary image, and the design of citizenship and social development.
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This course is dedicated to the study of computational systems and the design of the interaction with them.
Introduction to (audio) visual narratives theory and history.
Motivate different methods of analysis. Accentuate a critical and contextualized reading. Statement of an individual and creative discourse.
The PF&C (Photography and Cinema Practices) course enables students to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to:
— Conceptually develop a theme, exploring the specificity of the photographic and cinematographic medium;
— Understand the relevance of photography and cinema in contemporary culture, art and society.
— Rehearse multiple formats of presentation and layout of the photographic and cinematographic image: production, edition, exhibition, publication.
— Enhance the technical initiation of hybrid analog and digital processes in the context of image archives.
— In depth research methodologies to equip students in critical thinking about visual nature of projects to be undertaken during the semester;
— Research and validation of the image as contemporary unit literaci;
— Develop scientific interests that intersect with research projects able to provide us with a view of the world from a single regional or global standard, location, bringing a transmissible heritage of individual and collective memory;
- Understanding of grammars related to the image in the contemporary context, both cultural as well as technological.
The main objective of this course is to assist students in writing the methodologies chapter. To this end it will address the key issues of the methodological process in parallel with a written assignment coupled with an oral presentation.