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Project

Code: P411     Acronym: P

Keywords
Classification Keyword
OFICIAL Fine Arts

Instance: 2021/2022 - A Ícone do Moodle

Active? Yes
Responsible unit: Fine Arts Department
Course/CS Responsible: Fine Arts

Cycles of Study/Courses

Acronym No. of Students Study Plan Curricular Years Credits UCN Credits ECTS Contact hours Total Time
AP 85 Plano de estudos de LAP_publicaçao em DR de 24/05/2021 4 - 24 240 648

Teaching Staff - Responsibilities

Teacher Responsibility
Rute Ribeiro Rosas

Teaching - Hours

Theoretical and practical : 8,00
Type Teacher Classes Hour
Theoretical and practical Totals 3 24,00
Rute Ribeiro Rosas 4,00
Domingos Fernando da Silva Loureiro 8,00
Miguel Teixeira da Silva Leal 8,00
Filipa Sofia Correia Carvalho e Cruz 4,00

Teaching language

Suitable for English-speaking students

Objectives

The main objective of this Unit is the consolidation and concretization of the artistic project of each student, as a finishing point of their degree and according the chosen specialization/branch: Painting, Sculpture or Multimedia. In that way, the following objectives will also be taken into account:
. To contribute to the autonomy of the individual project of each student;
. To discuss and to cooperate in solving material, conceptual and technological problems related to the development of these projects;
. To value the experimental methodologies and the studio work;
. To encourage the crossings with work developed within other curricular areas or even in other contexts;
. To stimulate critical reflection on contemporary artistic practice;
. To place and solve practical problems of production and management of the work;
. To articulate and use the technological and studio skills acquired throughout the course, according to each individual work project;
. To test exhibition models and the public presentation of the work done, both in university spaces and elsewhere; 
. To develop individual and group analysis tolls on the work done.

Learning outcomes and competences

With the conclusion of this Unit the student will have acquired a minimum set of practical skills and critical tools that will allow him/her to develop an individual artistic project in the scope of plastic/visual arts, in accordance to the chosen specialization: Painting, Sculpture or Multimedia.

Working method

À distância

Program

Project is - as its designation makes clear - a curricular unit for the development of the individual projects of the undergraduate students. It is therefore a space for the preparation, implementation and discussion of these projects. 
In essence, this Unit is a space of thought and practice focused on individual projects and so this program and its contents are in a way guided by the work proposals presented by the students themselves.
The central place of this Unit also makes it the gravitational focus of the experiences that students can take in other curricular units, some with a technological nature, others with a projectual one or even essentially theoretical. The students will thus be advised to bring into the studio the experiences taken from other Units or even from other contexts not strictly academic, with the aim of reinforcing the authorial identity of each student and its artistic project.

Mandatory literature

Agamben Giorgio; Bartleby, escrita da potência. ISBN: ISBN: 978-972-37-1295-7
Agamben Giorgio; What is an apparatus?. ISBN: 978-0-8047-6230-4
Bois, Yves-Alain ; Painting as Model. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press , 1990
Bozal Valeriano 340; Historia de las ideias estéticas y de las teorías artísticas contemporáneas. ISBN: 84-7774-699-0
Burnett, Ron ; How Images Think, Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2004
Crary, Jonathan; Techniques of the observer : on vision and modernity in the nineteenth century, 1997. ISBN: 0-262-53107-0
Danto, Arthur; Apres la fin de l'art, Seuil, collectioin Poétique, 1996
Deleuze Gilles, Guattari Félix; O que é a filosofia?, Editorial Presença , 1992
Elizabeth Fisher, Rebecca Fortnum (Editors); On Not Knowing: How Artists Think, Black Dog, 2014. ISBN: 978-1908966292
Elkins, James; What Painting Is, Routledge, 1999
Foster Hal; Art since 1900. ISBN: 0-500-23818-9 69.76
Foster Hal; Design and Crime.. ISBN: 1-85984-668-8
Foster Hal ; The return of the real. ISBN: 0-262-56107-7
Foucault Michel; As palavras e as coisas
Foucault Michel; O que é um autor?. ISBN: 978-972-699-303-2
Harrison Charles 340; Art in theory. ISBN: 0-631-22707-5
Heidegger Martin; A origem da obra de arte. ISBN: 972-44-0524-9
Heidegger Martin; Arte y poesia. ISBN: 968-16-0040-1
Hudson, Suzanne; Painting Now, 2015. ISBN: 0500239266
Judd Donald; Écrits 1963-1990. ISBN: 2-86882-008-5
Judd Donald; Complete writings 1959-1975. ISBN: 0-919616-42-9
Kittler Friedrich A.; Gramaphone, film, typewriter. ISBN: 0-8047-3233-7
Krauss Rosalind; A voyage on the north sea. ISBN: 0-500-28207-2
Krauss Rosalind; The Originality of the Avante-Garde and Other Modernist Myths, MIT Press, 1986
Krauss, Rosalind; The Optical Unconscious , 1994. ISBN: 9780262611053
Loock Ulrich 340; A obra de arte sob fogo. ISBN: 972-8892-01-2
Loock Ulrich 340; An arquitectura de Andre a Zittel. ISBN: 989-619-006-2
Lyotard Jean-François; A^condição pós-moderna
Lyotard Jean-François; O^inumano. ISBN: 972-33-0761-8
Mulder Arjen; Understanding media theory. ISBN: 90-5662-388-5 28.10
Rancière Jacques; Sobre políticas estéticas. ISBN: 84-89771-12-X
Rancière Jacques ; The Emancipated spectator. ISBN: 978-1-84467-343-8
Sabino, Isabel; Pintura depois da Pintura, Faculdade de Belas Artes / Universidade de Lisboa, 2011. ISBN: 0576000149611
Serra, Richard; Écrits et entretiens 1970-1989, Daniel Lelong, Paris, 1990
Stiles Kristine; Theories and documents of contemporary art. ISBN: 0-520-20253-8
Sylvester, David; About Modern Art - Critical Essays 1948-97, Pimlico, 1997. ISBN: 0-7126-7353-9

Teaching methods and learning activities

Although this course opens to the broad scope of Plastic/Visual Arts, the degree secures three branches of specialization, which involve practices, methodologies and understandings that are differentiated. In this sense the students are divided into three classes with different professors, at least one for each branch.
The development of an individual project is carried out in studio context, under the coordination of the professor(s), accompanied both by pratical and theoretical researches, inside and outside the studio. 
Throughout the year, students are motivated to present critical reflections on the development of their work, individually and in groups. At the end of the academic year, takes place an exhibition with work from the students of the three branches of the degree in Plastic Arts.
In all branches it is foreseen the possibility of a tutorial regime, with the obligatory agreement of the professor in charge. The tutorial regime also obliges the attendance of the subject and the final evaluation remains the sole responsibility of the professor, after hearing the tutor. The tutor has the function of complementarily accompanying the student's work throughout the year. The tutors will preferably be from FBAUP's or UP's faculty. Exceptionally external tutors may be proposed. 
Throughout the academic year and whenever it is appropriate, on the initiative of students and/or professors, alternative spaces can be found for the installation of the student's projects, individually or in groups. 
For each of the classes, given the specificity of each branch and the framework given by the respective professor(s), a specific work plan and schedule will be established, but taking always into account the following:
a) The initial presentation of a work proposal;
b) The conduction of the studio work throughout the year;
c) Individual and / or group exhibition practice (conception, organization, production);
d) Production of documentation on the work done;
e) Presentations (periodic discussions)

Evaluation Type

Distributed evaluation without final exam

Assessment Components

Designation Weight (%)
Participação presencial 25,00
Trabalho laboratorial 75,00
Total: 100,00

Amount of time allocated to each course unit

Designation Time (hours)
Frequência das aulas 272,00
Trabalho laboratorial 376,00
Total: 648,00

Eligibility for exams

Not applied

Calculation formula of final grade

Not applied

Observations

The bibliography will be provided depending on the projects of each of the students, according to the characteristics of this Unit.
Erasmus students are welcome. Admission to this Unit requires the presentation of a portfolio.
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