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Opening Speech by director Ruby Hoette
Q: Is it possible to apply without a bachelor in arts?
A: Yes, anyone with a bachelor's level degree or equivalent can be accepted. A convincing portfolio and practice related to art and a clear idea of what you would like to achieve in two years are as important.
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Readings by the students of Critical Studies
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Propositions for post-disciplinarity
Kitchen Conversations
Propositions for post-disciplinarity
An Outline of Things, Sounds Cartography
Q: What’s the duration of the study?
A: All programs are full-time two-year courses. You earn 60 ECTS points per year (European Credit Transfer System).
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An Outline of Things, Sounds Cartography
Presentation by Anja Groten, director of Design
Tennis
Future Crystals of the Anthropocene
Q: Is it allowed to take my dog to school?
A: Unfortunately, dogs or other pets are not allowed, except for guide dogs or similar.
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Una película sin película A film without a film
Nuet är där mina kroppar möts (Presence is where my bodies align)
Presentation by Jerzsy Seymour, co-director of Dirty Art Department
Q: Is there an age limit for candidates?
A: There is no age limit.
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st Anthony's Wilderness
Bursting Bubbles- Another Truth
Untitled (ongoing night light series)
Shuffering and Shmiling
Untitled
badroom
Si puedo y es facíl, estoy cansada
Paraquita de barrio
Presentation by Fine Arts director Judith Leysner, coordinator Nagaré Willemsen, and tutor Elio J Carranza
They said- ‘I’ was never an island
Creamsicle Dress with Drippy Collars
Tools for Dispersion and Techniques for Accumulation
Collecting memories
The girl who run into me (Touch(ed))
The Siblings
Exposure 2020
Sow reaper
Metabolic Intuition
Arita Porcelain Industry 有田の陶磁器産業

Notes to Future Students — Directors Ludwig Engel & Julian Schubert in conversation with Public Sandberg

STUDIO FOR IMMEDIATE SPACES

Studio for Immediate Spaces is a two-year Master’s program on spatial practices (MA Interior Architecture) that questions how politics, ecology, society, technology, and economy manifest in space. The term “immediacy” in the course title relates to both physical adjacency and urgency of response. Likewise, space is a theoretical entity and an empirical reality, each continuously informing the other. The aim of the program is thus to explore possibilities to work and act in space, and to guide the course participants toward critical positions that can bear a positive and productive engagement with the world around them. Testing and shaping their practices through site-specific works, location-based installations, situated research, and context-driven scenography, course participants will be supported to find their own spatial strategies with an eye on the most critical issues of our time, such as anthropogenic ecological collapse, socioeconomic divide, and increased political polarization.

Studio for Immediate Spaces invites “undisciplinary spatialists” from backgrounds ranging from architecture, design and art to urban studies, anthropology and beyond who prefer collaborative efforts of making space over the alleged gestures of the genius individual master. Applicants are asked to apply with a research project as the two-year program offers the opportunity to develop an intimate and long-term engagement with a specific context and theme. In this regard, the Studio is set up as a collaborative post-disciplinary laboratory for testing ideas that have relevance for how we live today and how we could live tomorrow—in other words, how to come together and collectively manage work, leisure, resources, and general commons.

Presentation by Lara Khaldi and Gertrude Flentge, directors of Lumbung Practice
Q: Are study years one and two intertwined?
A: Both study years of the main departments share the same space and follow the same seminars. There isn’t a strict divide between the years across each department.
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Q: Is it possible to apply to more than one program?
A: Yes, you must indicate this on the digital application form.
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Q: Are the studies collective or individual?
A: Everyone follows their own trajectory and graduates individually. Frequently there are collective projects and collaborative workshops and seminars.
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Monarchy Energy
The Apple Pie
Graduation project
The Window
p.i.a. services
Input Party
Peach Tree, Ambiguous
Your Future
Explained
 wait, I thought I was supposed to be a generous cook in a greasy kitchen - true stories told
Konzert fur Spielzug und schwimmbad
gut
A smokers theatre
Q: What does a studio look like?
A: All departments, apart from Fine Arts, share a communal space. The Fine Arts students have individual studios within their department space (first years share one studio space, and second years have one to themselves).
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Presentation by Unsettling
Presentation by Liza Prins, Sandberg and Rietveld Research
Open Sandberg 21
Asian Union
Choir of Tongue
Asian Union
workshop