Course elements currently offered
Prof. Sibille Riemann
Interactive Design supplements the basic design approach within the teaching of fundamentals; it deals with interactive and integrated project installations. Various context-speciﬁc approach strategies are tried out for issues which allow for the recognition of changing relationships and which are a prerequisite for future design challenges.
In short: Interactive design represents: › The development of a wide repertoire of action processes, communications strategies and design strategies › The identiﬁcation of relationships and differences › The development of combinatory thinking › Participation and sharing in the experiences and experiments of others › Training of observation, analysis and simulation skills.Interdisciplinary and interactive juxtaposition clariﬁes positions and leads to intelligent discourse that goes beyond the boundaries of individual subjects and ﬁelds. The topics are considered in an unconventional context that plays in a deliberate manner with irritation and demands new and lateral thinking.