SUBJECTS

HISTORY & THEORY OF LANDSCAPE II

  • PROFESSORS:

    VÍCTOR TÉNEZ

  • ECTS

    4

  • SCHEDULE:

    TH 16.30-18.30

This course is an introduction to theoretical themes of contemporary landscape through an eclectic look and transverse material provided by the international specific literature aiming to gradually construct a theory of hybrid landscape.

The students are conducting a small research related to the biography and writings of an author and making a public presentation of his article in class, to complement and introduce other views by the Student. At the same time, the order of debate topics directly related to the program reinforces the participation and the assimilation of the concepts thus providing a framework for the development of a critical approach on projectual attitudes.

The interpretation of a place through drawing, video or photograph is a parallel and complementary exercise that helps to explore the theoretical knowledge acquired throughout the course. The use of means other than the word, help students to face topical analysis and try to apply concepts during critical mechanisms.

Therefore, the course is presented under an apparent oxymoron: it is a “practical” course of theory in which students are invited to become themselves theoretic landscape architects.

  • SHARE:

Alba Guillén + Francesco Maglia + Melanie Theodosopoulou

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