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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Course/Program Name
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International :31 Dec 

MArch The Production of Space: Art, Architecture and Urbanism in Dialogue

Catalog id : 4.303
 Course Level
Masters / PG
 Type
Online

 Duration
0 Months
 Start month
September

 Tuition fee

International
24070 USD
National
24070 USD

Application fee

International 75 USD
National 75 USD
Department
Architecture
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)7.5
TOEFL-IBT (min)90
TOEFL-PBT (min)577
GRE (avg)329
GMAT (avg)710

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About this course

This seminar engages in the notion of space from various points of departure. The goal is first of all to engage in the term and secondly to examine possibilities of art, architecture within urban settings in order to produce what is your interpretation of space.

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Eligibility Criteria

Graduate Record Examination

Most MIT departments require the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test and an appropriate Subject Test. page 4 of this booklet for information on the department to which you intend to apply. The fee for the GRE ranges approximately from $160 to $190 US. The General Test is offered only on the computer in the US and in most locations around the world. The computer-based GRE General Test is available year round, and appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Register early to maximize your chances of scheduling your preferred test date and time.

International English Language Testing System

IELTS exam measures ability to communicate in English across all four language skills – listening, reading, writing, and speaking – for people who intend to study or work where English is the language of communication.

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Course Modules

Week #
Topics
1
Presentation Guenther Selichar (Austria)

Introduction/Overview of material, formation of teams
2
Presentation Regina Moeller, Visiting Prof. VAP (Germany)

Regina Moeller - Discussion of her work and introduction to comicbooks
3
"Why don't we do it on the road" - Prof. Ute Meta Bauer

"Reclaim the street" - Urban practices of the nineties, site specificity

Introduction and discussion on reader texts, formation of groups
4
Trevor paglen terminal air (Institute for Applied Autonomy) Guest of CAVS

Field trip to "Juergen Staack: Left behind, …missing pictures" at Space Other Gallery, Boston
5
Texts Bachelard, Bataille, Foucault, Hayden, Hollier, Defert
6
Text debate and group work

Stata Centre field trip
7
Conference on "Theatricality in Contemporary Article. Part I"

Situationists: Legacies and antecedents, Guy Debord film

Group work and discussion for mid-term

Mapping presentation by Stefan Heidenreich
8
Mid-term project: In class presentation
9
Krzysztof Wodiczko

Visit to media lab
10
Gustavo Artigas (Artist, Mexico City) Guest of Harvard
CAVS Artist Group N55 introduce their work (Guest of the Interrogative Design Group, Prof. Wodizcko)

Review of semester projects "Work-in-progress" with Guest Reviewers Azra Aksamija and Jenny Ferng
11
Christopher Sequeira and Victoria Powers (Pugwash) and Chris Csikszentmihalyi (Director, Computing Culture Group at MIT Media Lab)

Performative actions versus monuments
12
CCTV / Culture Agents (Harvard)

Visit to MIT museum; Mary Otis Stevens Archive (tentative)
13
Final project: Public presentation
14
CAVS Damon Rich presents CUP (Center for Urban Pedagogy)

Wrap-up seminar and project evaluation

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How to Apply

Application form including $75.00 application fee to be paid by credit card.
GRE scores   Have your official scores sent from ETS directly to MIT. The institution code is 3514 and our department code is 2703. The exam MUST be taken before December 15, 2015, in order for your application to be reviewed.

For non-native English speakers, either the IELTS (preferred) or TOEFL score is required. Have your official scores sent from either IELTS or ETS directly to MIT. The exam MUST be taken before December 15, 2015, and you must meet the minimum score requirement, in order for your application to be reviewed.

Three letters of recommendation Enter the evaluators’ contact information in this section.  is in your best interest to send the emails out as soon as possible; do not wait to submit the application before sending the emails.  You can later return to this page to see which letters have been submitted.

English Proficiency Requirement

All students whose first language is not English are required to take the English Evaluation Test (EET) prior to registration at MIT. Even students who satisfy the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) requirement for admission may be required to take specialized subjects in English as a Second Language (ESL), depending on their EET results. These subjects do not count toward the required units but will prove helpful to students who need to develop the skills necessary to write a thesis.

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