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Sound of Sustainability

The basic approach again was to connect the scientific analysis with strategies of arts-based approaches, in this case of sound art.
Led by Harald Heinrichs

Sustainability, Politics and Everyday Life

A course aimed at employing the approach of visual ethnography for exploring the materialization of politically contested issues of (un)sustainability in everyday life and practice.
Led by Harald Heinrichs

Echo Location and Multisensory Interventions

Introduction to Echolocation (or Click Sonar), and a more broad consideration of how we collectively experience both each other and the spatial environment through our auditory and tactile senses.
Led by Britt Hatzius and Thomas Tajo

Sharpening Your Senses

Training the senses for research, professional practice, and personal development
Led by Emilie Sitzia

Tropical Ecology

Practicing plant biology by engaging the body
Led by Roy Erkens

Diary Notations

Template researching Lived Experience, by Phenomenological (self) observation
Led by Ike Kampfhof

Sounding Bodies

To compare musical instruments and the body as an instrument;

What if the body does not function well enough to train the instrument, the instrument needs specific care, or different ways of playing it can affect the sounds of the instrument? What if we take the body itself as an instrument, tune it, and join it with other bodies?
Led by Genevieve Murphy and Aart Strootman

Analysing Media – Introduction to phenomenology as a research method

Learn to pay careful attention to your prereflective experience. In relation to specific structures in media
For analysing and discussing what this means for our mediated relation to the world, you need theoretical concepts.
Led by Ike Kamphof

Exploring Senses Cards

In this student Premium project ‘Exploring senses’ students created cards and a training manual for sensory education. Premium Project are interfaculty students collaborations.

Knowing by Sensing

Learning objectives: Students are familiar with the most important concepts and elements in the history of the senses in modern and early modern Europe (1500-now).
Students will learn to enlarge their sensory vocabulary and reflect on the sensory perception by means of a sense-log.