Acting as both training camp and laboratory, it is a diverse, multidisciplinary program where unexpected collisions and obsessive attention to detail expose a rich seam of creative potential. Media Studies presents an opportunity to develop individual practice, where students hone their dexterity with established and progressive media, actively testing modes of production through focused acts of doing and making.
THE KNOWHOW SERIES; HOOKE PARK EDITION
Emmanuel Vercruysse and Zachary Mollica
Tues, 2-5pm, Hooke Park
The Knowhow Series is a sequence of hands-on experimental workshops held in the forest out at the AA’s satellite campus in Dorset. The ambition of these workshops is to provide an in-depth exploration of the exciting facilities of Hooke Park and engage with large scale 1:1 fabrication. We will investigate the diverse set of fabrication methods and technologies utilised to produce the experimental prototypes at Hooke Park – including timber framing techniques, aluminium casting, 3D scanning and even touch upon robotic machining strategies. We will also venture out of the lab, immerse ourselves in the idyllic forest and learn about the different species that make up the forest ecosystem which forms both our material library and site.
This course is an optional addition (not assessed) to your required Media Studies courses, and places will be allocated separately to the main course registration.
Three optional 2-day courses at the following dates:
1. Tuesday 31 Oct - Wednesday 1 Nov
2. Thursday 2 Nov - Friday 3 Nov
3. Saturday 3 Nov - Sunday 4Nov