Drawing upon skills and knowledge learnt in Architecture Studio 1A, students will extend their ability to work with complex ideas while drawing on interdisciplinary practices. A diverse range of studios will host the production and critical discussions of the work in conjunction with a series of lectures and independent research to be attained outside the workshops. By treating art as a field of open-ended experimentation, with direct consequences for architecture, this course encourages architecture students to undertake a self-directed and research-based approach that widens their own practice through working across the multiple streams of information specific to contemporary art.
Lecture and studio contact, plus self-directed preparation and assignments, for a minimum total student commitment averaging 9 hours per week.
Assessment 1 + 2 (50%); Assessment 3 (50%)
BDES1026 or BDES1024