MONDAY ~
28 September 2020


Core Curriculum


Project: MESSAGE (GD5001)
Tutors: TM
Location: online
Time: 10.30am 

Project overview:
PDF file

Film list:
Text file


*10.30am* 
— Strand registration deadline
> Please fill out the form below, stating your choice in a clear and concise paragraph. Highlight if you have two or more first choices. Strand groups will be announced on Tuesday. 
Form


Details: You are expected to work on your first Core project, MESSAGE. By now you should have picked a film, and at least watched it once. Watch it again, analyse its structure and use of language and image. Research beyond the film. Start responding, forming ideas and early tests/experiments.

From Ways of Seeing (the book version); We have tried to extend and elaborate these ideas [from the original television series]. They have influenced not only what we say but also how we have set about trying to say it. The form of the book is as much to do with our purpose as the arguments contained within it.


SCHEDULE


10.30am 
— Drop-in surgery with Tom,
Live event

11.30am  
— Individual Teams tutorials with Tom, please email in advance to arrange a time.  



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TUESDAY ~
29 September 2020


Self Directed Study


Project: MESSAGE (GD5001)
Tutors: n/a
Location: offsite
Time: n/a 

Project overview: 
PDF file

Film list:
Text file


Details: Same as Monday; work on your MESSAGE project. Watch your film again, analyse its structure and use of language and image. Transcribe the script. Research beyond the film. Start responding, forming ideas and early typographic and visual tests/experiments.



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WEDNESDAY ~
30 September 2020


Core Curriculum


Project: MESSAGE (GD5001)
Tutors: JB / GM / HM / TM / MS 
Location: onsite (KSA)
Time: 10.30am

Project overview:
PDF file

Group tutorial times:
PDF file


Details: First group tutorial. Come equipped, have lots of work to show and discuss. Projects will only be reviewed if work can be seen — bring stuff to show and illustrate your ideas/intentions.

N.B. KSA based group tutorial times will be announced on Monday


SCHEDULE


10.30am
— Group tutorials
> Be prepared, come with work to show and discuss with the tutors.

Break

2.00pm
— Group tutorials
> Be prepared, come with work to show and discuss with the tutors.



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THURSDAY ~
1 October 2020


CHS


Project: CHS (HA5105)
Tutors: TM / 
Location: online
Time: n/a

Project overview: 
PDF file


Details: CHS begins. Introduction to the syllabus, research, criticality and useful software tools. Followed by Research Journal introduction with Lina, Matthew and Tom. Please see CHS canvas page for more details. 

N.B. schedule to follow.



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FRIDAY ~
2 October 2020


Strand


Project: STRAND (GD5002)
Tutors: PJ / ZM / SM / TM / MS / GT
Location: onsite
Time: 10.30pm

Strand groups:
PDF file

Strand Overview:
PDF file


Details: First strand session; come prepared, be open and receptive.

> 1,000 UPM
(Type design w/ Seb Mclauchlan)
> EMERGE
(Emerging Technologies w/ Greg Tilley)
> IMAGE & TRUTH
(Photography w/ Paul Jenkins)
> LAZY MACHINE
(Publishing w/ Matthew Stuart)
> M.O.E.T.
(Experimental Thinking w/ Zelda Malan)
> PEOPLE, PLACE, THINGS 
(Social Design w/ Tom Mower)

N.B. strand groups will be announced on Tuesday.


SCHEDULE


10.30am
— Strand  
> This is the first time you will be with your strand group and tutor, watch out for messages from them notifying what you will need to bring.



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W/2 
BULLETIN ~



*NEWS*


BEHIND THE BOOK
> Curated by Jonas in collaboration with graphic design Mathias Clottu and scenography by Takeshi Hayatsu, Behind the Book is an exhibition of The Most Beautiful Swiss Books 2019, and an accompanying series of online Book Clubs.

*REGISTER FOR FREE!*

— 1 October, 6.30–7.30 pm
Philippine Chaumont & Agathe Zaerpour + Studio Ard (Guillaume Chuard & Daniel Kang Yoon Nørregaard)
free tickets
→ free tickets here

— 6 October, 6.30–7.30 pm
Adeline Mollar, Mathias Clottu and Sarah Handelman
free tickets
→ free tickets here

— 8 October, 6.30–7.30 pm
Dan Solbach + guest TBC  
→ free tickets here

* * *

> For those working with Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait, do check out Orit Gat’s recent essay ‘Three Finals’ published by The White Review.  
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