Original title in Czech: Intermediální a digitální tvorbaFaVUAbbreviation: AVIAcad. year: 2018/2019Specialisation: Studio of Video FFA BUT
Programme: Fine Arts
Length of Study: 4 years
Accredited from: 1.12.2015Accredited until: 1.11.2023
The Intermedia and Digital Art field of study is taught in seven studios. These are the Studio of Environment, The Studio of Intermedia, The Studio of Body Design, The Studio of Video, The Studio of Multimedia, and The Studio of Photography. The field of study is anchored in two domains: neo-avantgarde tendencies of the 1960s which introduced hitherto marginal tendencies (intermediality, processual and action character of art-making, local specificity of art, de-skilling, dematerialization, and the conception of work of art as a semantic proposition) into mainstream art; the other domain is represented by visual culture and artistic strategies connected to it which are placed in a dynamic dialogue with the creation of technical images.
Key learning outcomes
Graduates in the BA program have an overall knowledge across the whole discipline. They are able to adequately choose and master different means of expression and technologies. They are able to create an artwork on a smaller scale.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
The graduate of the Intermedia and Digital Art field of study is ideally a strong personality equipped with the potential to succeed in the world of art. She is equally competent to succeed professionally in neighboring disciplines, such as curating, art teaching, graphic design, commercial processing and postproduction of static and dynamic digital image, etc. The graduate has an overall general knowledge of art history, the essentials of aesthetics, philosophy of art, contemporary art production, social and political situation. Her practices are frequently socially-oriented. The studio-based model of teaching including a high amount of tutorials encourages graduates to be independent, autonomous, and active
doc. MgA. Filip Cenek