Les recherches seront visibles selon leurs avancées à partir du lancement du projet les 5, 6 et 7 octobre 2017.
The research will be visible according to their progress from the the beginning of the project on 5, 6 and 7 October 2017.
Places of Research: pjatkPlac Defilad – Parade SquareOsiedle Jazdów Warsaw Museum Neon Museum
About the school:
The department of New Media Art of the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technologies was launched in 2004. First as a ba, now, it also runs the MA level studies, as well as the English Program BA and since 2016 MA.The program, unique in Poland, consolidates Polish art traditions and new technologies. Students are engaged in interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary exploration in the digital arts. The curriculum enables students to investigate innovative approaches to contemporary theory and practice, and fosters both individual inquiry and high-level collaboration.
Current research areas in the department include new forms of visual communication using sensor and physical interfaces, experimental games, augmented reality, motion graphics, hybrid architectural/media environments, digitally articulated sculpture and responsive environments. The primary objective of the program is to prepare creative critical thinkers to become leaders in new media design, not losing the long Polish tradition in art. PJAIT employs outstanding specialists, researchers and academic teachers from Poland and other countries as well. PJAIT is active on the international scene, cooperating with academic centers in Europe – within the framework of the Erasmus–Socrates program – and from other continents (North America, Asia, Australia). The students of PJAIT can participate in exchange programs and take courses at renowned foreign universities.
About Ewa Satalecka:
Ewa Satalecka is Professor at Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technologies in Warsaw, leader of the moving type class. She represents Poland on the international forum of ATypI (International Typography Association). She organizes international design workshops, conferences, exhibitions of typography and information design. Her own works, including kinetic typography installations, were presented on the “Liguid Page” Symposium in Tate Britain (2008) and as a part of the international “Moving Type” Exhibition in the Gutenberg Museum, Mainz (2011, Germany). Edited by her: MOTYF2013, MOTYF2014, Fajrant (available on issuu, prized TDC 2012 certificate). Her articles are included in VeryGraphic, Polish Designers of the 20th Century (edited by Jacek Mrowczyk, IAM, 2015) and 365xtypo. 365 Stories on Type, Typography and Graphic Design (edited by Linda Kudrnovska, Etapes, 2015).
New Media Art of the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technologies
Coordinateurs et enseignants :
Jan Piechota - typography research, based on architecture, urban type-designerKlaudiusz Ślusarczyk - semiotics, performing arts, places – artists and performerJan Bajtlik - poster design, illustrations – graphic designer, artistMaciej Połczyński - typeface design, text communication based research – type designer, street artistsMarcin Wichrowski - AR, newest technologies in communication, ux, interaction engineer
students:Olga Kulish – type based city communication, signed and charactersMichał Mierzejewski – multimedia, animation, improv based art creation Wojciech Płudowski – multiculture communication (japanese language) signage systems, communication systemsDaria Łukaszyńska – cognitive science, perception, coding for communication
Ngos and external partners:
Warsavian Loeslje Group
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