Introducing Collaborating Institutions
The involved university departments are orientated around photography and related media. They have different approaches in working with different media but share an attitude of cross boundary practice.
Art, commercial photography, fashion and documentary photography does not stand against each other. The attitude is rather that cross boundary practice create more interesting work, in all directions.
Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung
Deden Hendan Durahman
The Faculty of Art and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology, is Indonesia's oldest and best art school. The institution has continuously refined programs that are made more globally relevant to the various changes that occur in the future. Our alums, such as artists, designers, crafters, curators, theorists, historians, performers, entrepreneurs, and management, have gained excellent national and international reputations. The breadth and depth of the academic community's teaching, research, and creative efforts support collaboration and innovation that impacts society.
Chung-Ang University, CAU, Seoul
The Department of Photography is considered as the oldest and one of the best programs in Korea; it is seen as the lead program in photography education. The department has produced a lot of well-known artistic photographers. as well as commercial photographers. scholars and journalists in local and national broadcasting and newspaper companies.
Parsons School of Design, New York
A pioneer in art and design education for more than a century, Parsons School of Design is one of the most prestigious and comprehensive colleges of art and design in the world. Critical thinking, collaboration, and reflective practice are at the heart of a Parsons education. Located in the heart of New York City, the school offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the full spectrum of design disciplines.
Zurich University of the Arts, ZHdK, Zurich
Teaching and research at the Department of Art & Media (DKM) has an international profile and focuses on experimental ways of initiating, developing and consolidating diverse, individual and collaborative approaches to artistic and theoretical (trans)media practice and their diverse strategies and processes.