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Infomation of Course

Program Common [공통(상호인정)] Course Type Elective(Graduate) [ 선택(석/박사) ]
Course Code 43.502 Course No GCT502
Section English
L:L:C(AU) 3:0:3.0(0) Exam time
- Mon: 13:00~15:45
Course Title Aesthetics in the Digital Age [ 디지털시대의 미학 ]
Class time
Mon: 13:00~14:30 / (N25)Dept. of Industrial Design Bldg. [ (N25)산업디자인학과동 ] (3239호)
Wed: 13:00~14:30 / (N25)Dept. of Industrial Design Bldg. [ (N25)산업디자인학과동 ] (3239호)

Information of Professor

Name 이진준(LEE, JINJOON)
Department 문화기술대학원(Graduate School of Culture Technology)
Phone 042-350-2913

Education4.0 Q

Teaching Style Lecture 20%, Student-led classroom activities and learning activities 80%

Type of classroom interactions and learning activities (■: Yes / □: No)
■ Q&A/Quiz   ■ Debate/Discussion   □ Practice   □ Project  
□ Demonstation/Experience   ■ Others ( presentation )
Education4.0 Q Y

Plan of Lecture

Syllabus File
Syllabus URL
Summary of Lecture This course deals with major aesthetical and technical issues to understand the art and culture in the 21st century. It covers the history and traditional concepts of aesthetics, review the latest trends in digital technology, and provide a new perspective to understand ongoing contemporary new media art through multidisciplinary discussions including philosophy(media aesthetics), psychoanalysis, arts, and digital technology
Material for Teaching References:
Walter Benjamin, Theodor W. Adorno, Martin Heidegger, Marshall McLuhan, Gunther Anders, Vil?m Flusse, Norbert Bolz, Peter weibel, Paul Virilio, Jean Baudrillard, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Victor Turner, Marc Aug?, Zygmunt Bauman
Evaluation Criteria Presentation : 20 % (one of references)
Discussion and Participation including assignment : 40%
Term Exam and Quiz: 30%
Attendance : 10 %
Lecture Schedule 1week What is Digital Aesthetics?
2week Beauty and Ugliness
3week Traditional vs. Digital Aesthetics
4week Chronological Survey on the Interaction between Arts and Sciences I
5week Chronological survey on the interaction between Arts and Sciences II
6week Cultural & Artistic Features of the 21C. I: Metamorphing: Science, Art & Mythology
7week Cultural & Artistic Features of the 21C. II: Differences between Analog and Digital
8week Midterm Exam
9week Review of Technology for Art I: Before the Modern Era
10week Review of Technology for Art II: 20C
11week Review of Technology for Art III: Latest Trends & Future
12week Characteristics of Digital Art Works of Digital Artists (Domestic cases)
13week Digital art as a Cultural Paradigm Works of Digital Artists (Foreign cases)
14week Understanding Each Other: Interdisciplinary Collaboration
15week Wrap Up: General Discussion
16week Final Exam
Memo Office Hour
*Every Friday with appointment