Manufacturing Landscapes of Disorder is the third edition of the ArTechS Intervention School which reaches out and intervenes into society through artistic practice and transformative research. 30 persons from diverse backgrounds bring their broad range of perspectives, experiences, knowledge, competences and academic disciplines to the ArTechS School and learn with and from each other.

The ArTechS Intervention School is an interactive seminar with workshops and individual coachings. Coming from our own perspectives, cultures, artistic or technical disciplines we conduct a discursive research and design of a social-ecological transformation. We analyse and reflect about the orders that are around us and develop interventions in our neighborhood by which we manufacture landscapes of disorders. Our final project will be a presentation in public space and a publication that collects our investigations and transforms them into a summary of our perspectives and ways of actioning and thinking.

The course will take place online from 02 Nov. to 16 Dec. Tuesdays + Thursday (16.00 -18.00 CET). 14 meetings totally.

The course starts on Tuesday, 02 Nov 2021 14.00 and consists of 14 meetings for 2 hours each. It finishes on Thursday, 16 December2021. In addition, there are two meetings which are individually scheduled.

Whole course runs online via Video Conference (Zoom).

The ArTechS Intervention School will take place online via a video conference based on Zoom. Therefore, please make sure that you are able to participate with video and audio. Offering the workshop online allows for an international workshop, therefore the spoken language will be English. You will manufacture landscapes of disorder in your “neighbourhoods” as well as across the borders of your respective neighbourhoods/societies/environments/etc.

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The Artechs school offers you an academic certificate of performance (6 ECTS) and covers your expenses for materials up to 200 Euro.

Students from all academic disciplines are invited to apply. Individual applications as well as applications as a group of max 3 persons are possible. Your application should include a short motivation letter and a CV. Send your application until 24 Oct 2021.

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