86529 Design Studio: Scenographic Spaces12cp;
7hpw (1hr: interactive lecture, 2hrs: history and theory tutorial, 4hrs: studio)
Requisite(s): 86005 Design Studio: Inhabitations AND 86004 Design Studio: Foundations in Interior Architecture AND 86530 Design Studio: Knowledge Spaces
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
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In this studio, students design a full theatre set (scenography) based on their contemporary interpretation of a set dramatic text. Students learn to translate the play's dramatic action into a contemporary setting for audience viewing. Throughout the session, students move through the typical iterative design process a professional scenographer undertakes to develop a concept, an aesthetic language and a final resolved scenography. Deliverables include: sketches, drawings, models, visual storyboards, digital media, and technical plans.
Students learn to design atmosphere and to design in time as well as perform historical and contemporary interior architecture detail research. Students learn the importance of the digital model and digital media as tools for experimentation, iteration and representation in the common history of architecture and theatre. Students gain a broad understanding of historical and current scenographic practice as well as a specific and detailed knowledge of the scenographic language and techniques currently employed by major players in the field. Finally, students experiment with and develop their individual and creative scenographic language in concept and representation.
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