11196 Landscape History and Theory 36cp; 3hpw (seminar), delivered online
Requisite(s): 11172 Landscape History and Theory 1 AND 11174 Landscape History and Theory 2
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
The examination of contemporary writing during the first half of the subject provides a basis for thinking about theory. This is complemented by a focus on criticism and practice for the remainder of the subject: students have the opportunity to reflect on a range of recent projects (speculative and built) using the perspectives offered by contemporary theory. In doing so the links between design, theory and critical reflection are evidenced and actively explored.
The knowledge and skills acquired in the subject are intended to support students in their pursuit of a critically informed approach to design and intellectual inquiry, grounded in a appreciation for the complementary functions of theory, critique and practice.
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