Art and Technology

The Dynamic Still - A project with ArT Assistant Professor Elizabeth Jochum and both current and former ArT students and

The Dynamic Still - A project with ArT Assistant Professor Elizabeth Jochum and both current and former ArT students and

Can robots improvise? Performance artists increasingly use computers and other smart devices to generate art works, but at what point does technology stop being a tool and become a performer? This improvisational performance investigates creative performance between living and non-living actors— a human being and an intelligent mobile robot.  None of the performance is pre-scripted or tele-operated; audiences watch the actors communicate and improvise to develop an original performance. The project is developed by RELATE - Research Laboratory for Art and Technology at AAU.

 

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Art & Technology the study

Art & Technology the study


Art & Technology is an International Bachelor program. Art & Technology attracts artistic students from all over the world, therefore, we have an international study environment with the best educators within art, design, media and technology.

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Staff and structure

Staff and structure


ArT is organized by Study Board and Advisory Board. ArT study has gathered professionals from different areas to teach students as well ArT collaborates with different artistic organizations and real life artists.

 

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Art & Technology International

Art & Technology International

Admission

Admission


Application deadline for all international students applying for a full bachelor's programme is 15 March 12.00 noon.
 

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Art & Technology projects

Art & Technology projects


During the first and second semesters students work with sculptures and spatial installations. In the third and fourth semesters students work with interactive objects and spaces. The third year introduces narrative techniques, interactive dramaturgies and experience design.

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Jonna Helene Holm Pedersen (student) and Malthe R. Jensen (student)

E-mail: studievejl-art@hum.aau.dk
Phone: 2117 1271

Rendsburggade 14, room 2.250, 9000 Aalborg.

Please note that the study counselors are not in the office during the summer (July 1st - August 31st), but will be available on Skype Thursdays from 12-14 and email
studievejl-art@hum.aau.dk all summer.

 

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