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Comparative Theory of Media: Holocaust and Memory

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Theory of Arts And Media
Code: UIB23 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Dr Nevena Daković

Description:
The course explores the representation and narrativisation of the Shoah in art and media texts of Cultural (and Visual) Memory. The overview of the theories of the ethics of representation, memory politics, aesthetic strategies, trauma and testimony is developed through national and international art and media texts taken as the case studies.

Learning outcomes:
Students are expected to master the theoretical problematisation of the memory and history texts of Shoah, develop the methods of interpretation and articulate own stance about the issues related with the topic.


Entry requirements: MA in Cultural and Media Studies, as well as in Arts & Humanities, Drama Arts, Comparative Literature, Film and Media Studies.

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Creation of Polimedia Artwork 1

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Polymedia Art
Code: UIA07 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Ana Gnjatović

Description:
After elaborating preliminary design, up to the realization of the final work, student individually creates under mentorship aiming at connecting variety of media and sences in deterministic way with authentic meanings and artistic excellence - through advanced process of relating two different expressive media that operate in different senses.

Learning outcomes:
Crafting the process of individually relating the simple circuits with two or more different media lines into polymedia artwork.
Outcome consists of realized higher level in the artistic awareness and expressiveness, experience in wokring in polymedia art models and of articulated theoretical reflection.


Entry requirements: Interdisciplinary and artistic doctoral studies from variety of multidisciplinary fields.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Creation of Polymedia Artwork 2

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Polymedia Art
Code: UIA08 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: DA Ivan Pravdić

Description:
Students select topics and contents themselves. Students develop, elaborate and present their ideas as a preliminary design, work collectivelly with other collegues and in consultation with teacher during each phase. for the artwork. Different team models and possitions in a complex artistic production are to be tried out.

Learning outcomes:
Mastering the process of collective creation of relating complex circuits with two or more different media lines into polymedia artwork.
Outcome consists of realized higher level in the formulation and creation of artwork, as well as of training for theoretical explanation and ability to work in artistic teams.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Creation of Polymedia Artwork 3

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Polymedia Art
Code: UIA12 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: DA Ivan Pravdić, Ana Gnjatović

Description:
Students show and elaborate their own ideas and concepts for artistic work combining live performance with digital media, possibly with teleprezence. Through collaboration with teacher and fallow studens, ideas are developed and compositions differentely tried out. Artwork has to adress multiple senses by creatively using digital and live media.

Learning outcomes:
Expertising the process of individual creation of relating complex circuits with two or more different media lines into polymedia artwork, combining live and digital art.
Outcome consists of realized exceptional level in the formulation and creation of an artwork, understanding and expressing contradictions in the worlds of arts, media, culture.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Digital Animation 1 (Animation Kinematics and Digital Modeling)

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA22 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Rastko Ćirić (Animation Kinematics) and Ljuba Brkić (Digital Modelling)

Description:
The first segment ANIMATION KINEMATICS has a goal to get students acquainted with knowledge and skills of thinking and creating in the spirit of animation - to move and give life to still pictures or objects, to put them in a certain relation, to understand the mechanics of movements, to develop a sense of timing.
The second course DIGITAL MODELLING has a goal to get students acquainted with different ways of creating simple virtual forms.

Learning outcomes:
Finishing the segment of Animation Kinematics, students are enabled to understand and apply to arts different basic sorts of movements from the nature.
After the finishing the segment of Digital Modelling, students learned to create 3D models of simple structure.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Animation 2 (Animation Directing and Digital Animating)

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA28 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Rastko Ćirić (Animation Directing) and Ljuba Brkić (Digital Animating)

Description:
"Segment 1 - ANIMATION DIRECTING: 1. During the process of creation of a short animated film in duration of 1 minute, students are introduced with the process of making of a short animation whole, with the techniques of animation, design of character and background, and learn the elements of animation directing within the treatment of articulation of the animated whole.
Segment 2 - DIGITAL ANIMATING: Students learn how to control moving of dynamic objects which were modelled during the Digital Animation 1 course, applying the principles of living creatures cynematics."

Learning outcomes:
Segment 1 - Animation Directing: Student is enabled to articulate and realize a short animated whole.
Segment 2 - Digital Animating: After finishing the course and creating exercizes, students learn to move simple modelled objects and figures made within the subject of Digital Animation 1.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Animation 3 (Animation Directing and Digital Animating

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA35 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Rastko Ćirić (Animation Directing 2) and Ljuba Brkić (Digital Animating 2)

Description:
Segment 1 - ANIMATION DIRECTING 2: 1. The student should imagine and perform the preparatory part of his digital animated film in duration of up to 4 minutes, by combining knowledge and experience from this subject and other media. It is a complex interdisciplinary work (naration, design, animation, sound).
Segment 2 - DIGITAL ANIMATING 2: Students advances their knowledge of digital animation field within their preparations for the making of more complex animated form, analysing the advanced CGI techniques.

Learning outcomes:
Student is enabled to learn and experience the preparatory phase of making a complex interdisciplinary project - narative animated whole in a 3D computer application. The final task is to make a maquette of the film (animatic) in which the film is defined from the directing point of view.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Animation 4 (Animation Directing and Digital Animating

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA40 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Rastko Ćirić (Animation Directing 2) and Ljuba Brkić (Digital Animating 2)

Description:
Segment 1 - ANIMATION DIRECTING 3: A student should animate, to perform the final soundtrack and to postproduce his personal art animated film which was defined by the animatic (maquette of the film).
Segment 2 - DIGITAL ANIMATING 3: A student keeps to advance his knowledge and skills in the field of digital animation and advanced CGI techniques.

Learning outcomes:
Student is enabled to articulate and realize a complex interdisciplinary project – an animated whole up to 4 minutes in 3D computer applications.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Image 1

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA23 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Ivan Šijak

Description:
The goal of the course is to sublime practical and aesthetic approach to creating moving or still Digital images. By combining two or more layers of different origins (digital capture, digital video, scanned samples computer generated images etc.) student is introduced to ways of creating Digital images. Getting more elements to construct single image students get basic knowledge in image manipulation technics.
These technics include basic manipulation in means of perspective, color and light.
Study of methodology, creative approach, problems and various aspects of creation and capturing moving and still Digital images.

Learning outcomes:
The outcome of the course - after the lectures and practical work performed student is able to record and composite simple Digital images and short video form (clips) based on the fundamental principles of perspective, colors and lighting. During the semester students are introduced to the history and contemporary production in the field of Digital images in contemporary digital Art and moving pictures industry.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Image 2

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA29 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Ivan Šijak

Description:
The aim of the course - analysis and detailed explication of procedures used to record and composite actual digital image from contemporary digital Art imagery or contemporary moving picture industry.
During the preparation of practical work, students acquire knowledge about making digital images in which they combine different source materials to create unique complex final image.

Learning outcomes:
The outcome of the course - after the lectures and practical work performed student is able to record and composite more complex Digital images and short video form (clips) based on the fundamental principles of perspective, colors and lighting.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Digital Image 3

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA36 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Ivan Šijak

Description:
The goal of course - by combining the knowledge and practice student is obliged to devise and carry out preparation of his/her own digital artwork, which is a complex art work with Digital images as a primary means of expression. Student improve their knowledge in the field of digital imaging with a focus on the creation of a digital image as an art form.

Learning outcomes:
The outcome of the course - The process of conceiving and preparing a complex artwork based on personal concepts, students are trained to start a production of a personal project. Through a series of consultations and presentations of concepts and methods in the realization of the work, students are expected to anticipate the possible outcomes of applied procedures and to fully present the concept and process on the sample. Student at the end of the semester can fully anticipate all aspects and possible problems in the development of the final work.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Image 4

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA41 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ivan Šijak

Description:
Objectives - Student implements and finalizes his/her work of art with a digital image as the main means of expression.

Learning outcomes:
The outcome of the course - Student finalizes all phases of creating or shooting the artwork and finalises the post-production and mastering. The student acquires the necessary experience in the implementation of complex Digital art work through the process of creating or shooting and the the stage of post-production and final mastering. The final exhibition of art work to individual concepts in a particular area, portal or projection of certain characteristics of the final outcome of the work on the course Digital Image 4.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Sound 1

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA26 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Đorđe Petrović

Description:
The goal is to get students acquainted with aspects of use of synthesized sound in audio projects. By getting acquainted with various methods of sound synthesis, they are encouraged to use sound as an independent medium. Associating parameters of sound image to parameters of visual image helps in transferring creative ideas from visual to abstract domain of synthesized sound.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding and mastering the techniques of basic sound synthesis in software synthesizers. Students are able to create and use synthesized sound in simple multilayer audio projects in MIDI software environment.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Sound 2

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA31 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Đorđe Petrović

Description:
Usage of sound as an independent medium as well as part of a digital art project. Students are introduced to sound sampling and sample manipulation. Microphone recording techniques are explained. Artistic and technical aspects of preparing samples and creating sampler instruments are explained and used in practice.

Learning outcomes:
Students master the process of creating digital sound projects using real, sampled sound combined with synthesized sound. In addition, learnt and applied sound production techniques make the project complete.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Sound 3

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA38 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Đorđe Petrović

Description:
Mastering the methods of modular audio processing in a graphical environment of MaxMSP software. During the work, students get familiar with interactive sound synthesis and control capabilities of the generated sound in real-time. The aim of the course is to adopt the principles of the software: everything can be represented by numbers (digitized) and interactively controlled.

Learning outcomes:
Students are trained to create universal interactive objects, " patches " which includes generation and control of sound and graphics . Students become familiar with the way of thinking and working in the specific environment of Max MSP .


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Sound 4

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA41 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Đorđe Petrović

Description:
Extension of work in Max MSP programming environment by introducing elements of fixed and moving images. Students will explore the possibilities of image-generated sound and sound-generated image, and the interaction of image and sound. Introduction of human control devices and live performances using Max software.

Learning outcomes:
Students learn and experience the final stage of making a complex interdisciplinary project in Max. They are trained to create interactive audiovisual projects and live performances.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Technology

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA24 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Đorđe Petrović

Description:
Introduction to digital technology adapted for students who do not have any, or almost any technical background.. The course gives a brief overview of the development of digital technology to concentrate later on the critical processes of A/D and D/A conversion, digital compression and essential digital tools.

Learning outcomes:
To make students aware of the possibilities and limitations of their new artistic tools and equipped with knowledge and skills to use them in the most efficient way.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Digital Video 1

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA25 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: UIA25

Professor: Aleksandar Davić

Description:
Goal of the subject Digital Video 1 is to get students acquainted with conventions and creative possibilities of motion pictures and with terminology used in the field. Students should also get acquainted with the role of director, cinematographer and editor in construction of filmic space.

Learning outcomes:
Students are enabled to understand and use professional terminology, understand conventions and techniques of motion pictures. Students can recognize these techniques in films and videos of other artists and learned to apply that knowledge while preparing storyboards for their projects.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Video 2

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA30 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Aleksandar Davić

Description:
Goal of Digital Video 2 is to get students acquainted with: construction of time in motion pictures, audio segment of motion pictures, basics of dramaturgy in narrative film and practice of editing.

Learning outcomes:
Students are enabled : to understand specifics of motion pictures, to manipulate time in motion pictures, to creatively use sound, to edit sound and picture for their projects.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Video 3

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA37 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Aleksandar Davić

Description:
Goal of Digital Video 3 is to get students acquainted with: use of motion pictures in different multimedia forms and genres, technological stages of pre-production of motion pictures.


Learning outcomes:
Students are enabled to understand techniques used in different multimedia forms and genres of motion pictures, as well as in multimedia art. Students are enabled to prepare their projects for production.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Digital Video 4

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA42 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Davić

Description:
Goal of Digital Video 4 is to get student acquainted with: use of motion pictures in different multimedia forms and genres, technological stages of production and post-production of motion pictures.

Learning outcomes:
Students are enabled to understand techniques used in different multimedia forms and genres of motion pictures, as well as in multimedia art. Students are enabled to complete their projects.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Interactive Multimedia 1

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA27 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
Introduction to interactive multimedia. Web coding. Internet as a medium. Overview and anatomy of HTML. Text, images and multimedia. Links, lists, tables. Content and design separation. CSS syntax. Selectors. Element positioning. Text properties. Values, relative and pixel. Positions. Colors. Box model. Project – web site setup. Workshop.

Learning outcomes:
Gained knowledge about creating web content, working knowledge of basic languages for creating web content.. Functional knowledge of HTML and CSS.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Interactive Multimedia 2

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: Code UIA32 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
Introduction to creative programming in interactive multimedia Basic commands. Event and input handling. Data types and flow control (if, else, while). Functions. Random. Math. Media import, images, fonts. Trigonometry. Project – interactive quiz. Sprites. Advanced movement. Matrix.

Learning outcomes:
Gained knowledge about creating advanced and creative online interactive content, with appropriate application of programming skills, creative thinking, interactive projects conception and understanding of up-to-date multimedia techniques.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Interactive Multimedia 3

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA39 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
Creative combinations of different programming techniques, with focus on Processing. Development of small art projects in form of simple interactive pieces or art game.

Learning outcomes:
Gained knowledge for creating interactive standalone application. Upgraded programming techniques and getting acquainted with object oriented programming. Advanced usage of design and interactive animation in process of designing art piece or art game.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Interactive Multimedia 4

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA44 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
Complete production of complex interdisciplinary and interactive multimedia project. Practical and artistic usage of Arduino platform, various sensors and Processing language. Testing and experimental development.

Learning outcomes:
Acquiring advanced knowledge based on concepts, principles and practical interactive multimedia usage for production of complex interactive project.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Poetics of Digital Arts 1

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA21 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dejan Grba

Description:
Poetics of Digital Art seminar provides a platform for critical examination of the creative factors in digital art and culture from the conceptual, formal, technological and broader social aspects. It enables the students to integrate a layered research in digital art and culture with the preparation and production of their doctoral art projects.

Learning outcomes:
- Enhanced research methodology and critical assessment of the poetic aspects of digital art and culture.
- Creative integration of the acquired knowledge and skills with the current art production.
- Systematization and communication of the acquired knowledge in clear and comprehensive verbal, written and multimedia presentations


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Poetics of Digital Arts 2

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Digital Arts
Code: UIA33 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dejan Grba

Description:
Poetics of Digital Art seminar provides a platform for critical examination of the creative factors in digital art and culture from the conceptual, formal, technological and broader social aspects. It enables the students to integrate a layered research in digital art and culture with the preparation and production of their doctoral art projects.

Learning outcomes:
- Enhanced research methodology and critical assessment of the poetic aspects of digital art and culture.
- Creative integration of the acquired knowledge and skills with the current art production.
- Systematization and communication of the acquired knowledge in clear and comprehensive verbal, written and multimedia presentations.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Postcolonial Theories of Art and Culture

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Theory of Arts and Media
Code: UIB29 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Dr Nevena Daković

Description:
The aim of the course is to explore the postcolonial theories- from orientalism to Balkanism - for the analysis, problematisation, theoretisation and interpretation of the art, media and cultural texts. The case studies involve both traditional texts of the III world but also of the (Disappeared) II world and the relams of cultural imperialism.

Learning outcomes:
Students are expected to research and identify the key notions of the vast range of postcolonial theories and the follow the changes through the texts of different chronotopes and origins.


Entry requirements: MA in Cultural and Media Studies, as well as in Arts & Humanities, Drama Arts, Comparative Literature, Film and Media Studies.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Theories of Experimental Film and Video Arts

Interdisciplinary studies

Study Programme: Theory of Arts and Media
Code: UIB27 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dr Nikola Šuica

Description:
Overview of variety of artistic experience in moving imagery related to social and historical contexts in theoretical approach. Explored are the aesthetic, technical, and theoretical reverberations of avant-garde film and video, of filmmakers and as well as experimental media artists. Ellective Course for 2nd year of PhD studies.

Learning outcomes:
Students are expected to inspect key notions of moving images in vast array of experimental procedures and interpretative potentials, both in historical framework and within quest for causes and theoretical outcomes.


Entry requirements: MA in Cultural and Media Studies, as well as in Arts & Humanities, Drama and Film and Visual Arts.

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5