This course is part of the Spatial Practices programme and combines storytelling with experience design, interaction design, museum studies, exhibition design, event design and communication design. Students will develop and install interventions in cultural and corporate settings as well as making critical urban interventions in the public realm. They will undertake site and social research, visiting spaces, observing, filming and talking to visitors and inhabitants. Students will also produce proposals and make and test these in situ.
Modules include: Methodology and scope of the design of narrative environments; challenging, originating and repositioning narrative environments; major project proposal; major project; critical report.
Course Additional Entry
An Honours degree, or equivalent; plus at least 1 year of relevant professional experience; fields considered include: Exhibition; graphic; interior; performance; retail; spatial; theatre; three'dimensional; multimedia; interaction design; museum studies or curatorship; writing; design management. All applicants whose 1st language is not English require IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills), or equivalent.
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