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Master of Arts
Standard period of study (amount)
Overview and admission
Summer Semester only
Area of study
- Textile Design
Transportation Interior Design, Textile Design / Material & Surface Design, Fashion Design, Artistic Conceptions
Applicants with a successfully completed first degree in Art and Design (Textile, Fashion, Transportation Interior Design)
The Master Design is divided into 4 main areas: The focus on artistic conception combines the tasks and solutions of design with the open experiment of the visual arts. The means of expression depend on the projects and include painting and drawing, working with media such as computers, film, photography and installation. The major in Fashion Design focuses on deepening individual focuses. Conceptual development process, flexible thinking and unconventional solutions are promoted in the form of independent project work. Through the experimental approach, show pieces become an idea generator for communication and staging that works through storytelling. Through the process of reduction, they enable the development of clearly marketable products, which are defined by innovative, extreme details. The study with a focus on textile design or material & surface design means the further development of collection concepts in the field of fabrics as well as textile design and collection design in the laboratory. It is about the textile, colour and material design for architecture, fashion and transportation. The Master's degree deepens knowledge in the areas of design, visualisation or colour & trim and material conception in the Transportation Interior and prepares future graduates for their later work in industry through a special practical relevance.
The admission requirement is a qualifying degree in Art or Design and evidence of artistic aptitude by submission of a portfolio. - Compilation and presentation of previous creative work, preferably the final assignment and work from work placements or industrial employment. - A letter of motivation with a short concept (max. 2 DIN A4 pages) for a possible semester project in the desired specialisation. The portfolio and the letter of motivation with the short concept should show the different aspects of the previous creative work and the objectives of the applicant. The short concept serves to assess the applicants. Portfolio size between A4 and A3. In exceptional cases with larger artistic works, the portfolio size 80 cm x 100 cm. Larger folders, rolls and bulky containers are NOT accepted. It is not possible to submit the artistic work in digital form.
Lecture period13.03.2023 - 07.07.2023
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