Directors: Pilar Lacasa / José Antonio Sánchez
Coordinators: Victoria Pérez Royo / Pedro Sarmiento
Jointly offered by the University of Alcala (UAH) and the National Museum Reina Sofia in Madrid in collaboration with University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Teatro Circo Price, La Casa Encendida and MATADERO Madrid.
Duration: One academic year / 60 ECTS
Starting: October 2010
Profile: practice-based research
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Teaching staff: Juan Domínguez, Óskar Gómez Mata, Mårten Spångberg, Los Torreznos, Roger Bernat, Cuqui Jerez, Amalia Fernández, Emilio Tomé, Carlos Marquerie, Ingrid Wildi Merino, Marlon Barrios Solano, Eugene van Erben, José A. Sánchez, Victoria Pérez Royo, Óscar Cornago, Christine Greiner, Zeynep Günsür, Bojana Kunst, Ana Vujanovic, Reinaldo Laddaga, Ric Allsopp, Alice Chauchat, Maral Kekejan, Marta Oliveres, Fernando Quesada, Isabel de Naverán, Amparo Écija, Isis Saz, Patricia Ruiz, Mercedes Pacheco, Eva López Crevillén, Pablo Palacio...
This MA proposes a practical approach to research in which a close collaboration is fostered between theory and praxis in the field of visual arts and performing arts. By means of the student’s participation on a variety of formats such as laboratories, workshops and seminars, the student’s creative praxis is integrated with relevant theoretical discourses, in order to reach a productive cooperation among conceptual methods, critical instruments and creative research practices. In this context the student’s autonomous work is extremely relevant and is developed throughout the programme in a continuous dialogue with mentors, supervisors, teaching staff, invited artists and fellow students. It takes the form of an immersion in a process of interdisciplinary dialogue in which students have the opportunity of collectivelly reflecting on their own work, as well as on research instruments and methodologies.
In this MA, performing arts are enhanced and enriched with visual artistic practices. In order to allow the emergence of this interdisciplinarity, the programme is structured around two lines of work: audiovisual work and relational practices. Addressing creative praxis in this crossdisciplinary way allows students to gain a comprehensive understanding of their field of research.