EC: Urban PhotographyCopyright: © KuGe
Urban photography is more than a visual representation of cities. Using a variety of analytical methods, photographers* visualize urban landscapes, relationships between people and places, cultural diversity, and what is experienced in cities - be it a historic city, a ghetto, an industrial site, or a non-place. The goal of this seminar is to explore how the city has been a photographic topos since the invention of the camera and how it creates new perspectives for a visual urbanism. Urban photography as a research-based artistic practice offers its methods and techniques to the use of urban planners, developers and architects for a critical, reflexive practice of spatial design. The seminar provides a platform in conversation with photographers to apply some of these methods to specific urban issues and urban situations.
M. Sc., all semesters
Fridays, 10:00-12:00 h
Due to the current situation, some lectures and courses will be held digitally. You will receive information about the exact schedule from your respective lecturer. Please make sure that you are registered in the corresponding moodle room. If this is not the case, please contact our office.