Visualisation and Materialisation
Materiality and its inherent spaces of possibility – the designing of material – is a special focus, as are experimenting, questioning and researching. The interface between an idea and its materialization holds great functional and formal potential. Here the conceptual and contextual incorporation of materialization is often re-interpreted, based on a primarily experimental and research-intensive methodology.
In this field of teaching all classes of the basic and advanced courses – and including the choice of topics in postgraduate studies – make up a homogenous, interdisciplinary program. This is geared less towards a dogmatic reduction and more towards the diverse analog and digital media for the generation of forms and materialization of three-dimensionality. It is about getting to know materials, structures and systems, their properties, their technological, physical, chemical characteristics and sensory properties.