Between analog and digital teaching, questions arise and demand an intensive examination of the topic of digitality:
How can digital and analog artistic-creative processes be intertwined? What are the opportunities and limitations? How can creative and artistic work be translated into digital formats? How can these support the work and how can translation processes be promoted? How does the creative process change, as well as the way art and design can be experienced and applied? And last but not least, what can BURG as a designer of digital tools and networks contribute to the further digital transformation and how can everyone develop an attitude towards digital issues?
These are the questions and possible answers that the Studium Digitale team at BURG is working on as of now. We invite all people at BURG to become part of the project. Whether from the student body, the teaching staff or the administration: suggestions, questions and ideas are very welcome!
Contacts, labs and the recording studio
Anna Erhard and Nikos Probst are responsible for the areas of digital professionalization and competencies with a focus on self-publishing and digital prototyping and the format development for workshops, symposia and lectures.
Contact persons in the new labs Stream Lab (Media Center) and I/O-Lab (White House) are Christoph Bornemann and Etienne Dietzel. They are networked with other universities in the state of Saxony-Anhalt and are now also working on the development of innovative hybrid teaching and learning scenarios and the didactically oriented qualifications at the BURG.
The recording studio a new competent direction with Konrad Ruda.
The project as a whole is coordinated by Franziska Eichhorn. Philip Gaißer and Jonas Hansen are in charge of the project management.
Prof. Philip Gaißer (art department): gaisser(at)burg-halle.de
Prof. Jonas Hansen (design department): hansen(at)burg-halle.de
Studium Digitale – A program powered by the project „Hochschullehre durch Digitalisierung stärken“ funded by Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre.