Timeline of „Showing through the Arts how Nature affects“
Milestones of the work in progress:
The international symposium "In den Künsten zeigen, wie Natur berührt" discusses the basics of the topic; Experts of sciences and arts meet in Hohnhurst, Germany, others join via internet, in September 2020. (see: Events)
The students of Dr. Masayuki Nakaji at the Gakugei University Tokyo publish on the same topic in 2021 on the website "Polyesthetic Education International" www.paeb.org video sequences with their own compositions.
Dr. Dr. Dietmar Jürgens from the Kath. Fachhochschule Köln introduces the students of his courses "Staging scenes of everyday life - Polyesthetics and social work" and "Nature as a field of aesthetic education" to the three videos by the Japanese students. Starting with the impulse to work independently with this task, they form small groups to reflect the Japanese workout. They create their aesthetic reflections following their perception independently.
In a virtual dialogue between Tokyo and Cologne, the working outcome was presented, discussed and reflected together with guests from Polyaesthetic Education on January 17, 2022. .
Members and some additional guests are invited to participate actively or receptively in this event. Details will be given here soon.
A collection of the manifold elaborations and reflections is to be integrated into an overall documentation.
What Moves the Senses
Intercultural and international online-symposium winter term 2021/22, niversities of Cologne/Germany, Tokio/Japan and Budapest/Hungary
What Moves the Senses .
Resources of sensory experience in a comparison of museum visits and nature experience by aesthetic education.
Together with the International Society for Polyaesthetic Education, the Catholic University of Applied Sciences North Rhine-Westphalia, location Cologne, startet studies about this issue. Seminars from Universities of Budapest and Tokio will join the project. Whether nature or the arts, both often touch people intensively and sustainably. Students and experts will investigate the hidden backgrounds of these aesthetic touches. Experience and acting out, perception and expression are the complementary components of Polyaesthetics. Reflection from other perspectives can lead to deeper aesthetic perception. Polyaesthetics calls this phenomenon "multi-perception".
Reviewing the Symposium 2020: "Perform in the Arts how nature affects."
(C) Foto: Helge Thomas
Experts from the fields of SCIENCES, ART and PRAXIS met at the Symposium 2020 from the attitude of attentive, mindful interest in nature and its deepening perception from an aesthetic-artistic perspective. The intentions were to exchange knowledge by means of topic-sharpening contributions from the perspectives of science, arts and pedagogical practice, to gain current insights and the transformation of knowledge from interdisciplinary discussion and understanding and to profile interdisciplinary and artistic approaches and impulses for a call for pedagogical projects in the educational year 2020/21.