KADL:LAB Vision Rapport: Strategic Development Project KADK: LAB, Recommendations from the working group

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Dansk sammendrag af rapporten

Formålet med KADK: LAB er at etablere en fælles identitet på tværs af eksisterende værksteder/laboratorier, samt at sikre at disse repræsenterer state-of-the-art i forhold til ekspertise og faciliteter med særlig fokus på højteknologi.
Ambitionen med KADK:LAB er at skabe mere værdi inden for det nære KADK-fællesskab (på tværs af de tre skoler), samt i relationen med eksterne partnere.

KADK: LAB vil generere værdi ved at:
●Styrke den akademiske relevans inden for den håndværksmæssige og materiale fokuserede analytiske praksis.
●Skærpe ideen om at værksteder og laboratorier er miljøer til kritisk refleksion, der understøtter ‘thinking through doing’.
●Anspore til innovation og vidensproduktion inden for værksteds- og laboratoriebaseret praksis
●Forholde sig kritisk og aktivt til nye tendenser og kulturer inden for værksteds- og laboratoriebaseret praksis, samt relevante politiske dagsordener.
●Stimulere synergien mellem værksteds- og laboratoriemiljøer

Den værdi, som KADK: LAB genererer, vil blive anvendt til at opnå en tredelt vision, der er målrettet mod at:
●fremme Forsknings/KUV og undervisnings aktiviteter
●udvikle innovation inden for værksteds/laboratoriepraksis
●opbygge strategiske partnerskaber inden for og uden for KADK

Visionen og anbefalingerne i rapporten er udviklet gennem en hørings- og udviklingsproces, der har involveret:
●Fire tidligere rapporter
●Interviews med medlemmer af KADK:LAB’s arbejdsgruppe
●6 workshops med KADK:LAB’s arbejdsgruppe
●3 workshops med repræsentanter fra hver skole
●1 workshop med studenter repræsentanter fra de tre skoler.
●Besøg til relevante eksterne akademiske og industrielle miljøer
●1 præsentation til KADK’s styregruppe
●1 præsentation til KADK-rektoratet og skolelederne
●Hyppige møder mellem projektlederen (Mathilde Aggebo) og 'KADK: LAB skrivegruppen'.

Rapporten præsenterer også en række anbefalinger til strategier, der sigter mod at realisere visionens mål, samt fremme en kultur der søger synergi på tværs af discipliner og miljøer, og som kan reagere aktivt og kritisk over for nye samfundstendenser og politiske dagsordener. Disse strategier er organiseret inden for seks hovedområder:
1. Grænsefladen mod Research / KUV
2. Grænsefladen mod undervisning
3. Rum
4. Organisation
5. Identitet
6. Budget og finansiering

Et antal strategier bygger på og gentager anbefalinger fra tidligere relaterede rapporter. Disse er suppleret med strategier, der retter sig mod unikke muligheder, der er fremkommet i forbindelse med udviklingen af visionen for KADK: LAB.

I alt præsenterer rapporten mere end 35 strategier. Nedenfor fremhæver vi otte af de mest fremtrædende:

●udvidelse af fysiske rum, der indeholder fleksible mock-up områder
●nøgle aftaler med det formål at kunne styre udviklingen af KADK:LAB i tråd med visionen
●facilitere og værtskaber for tværfaglige pilot forskningsprojekter
●styring af "åben" adgang til alle faciliteter gennem valgfrie kurser
●Fremme ekstern rådgivning til industri / praksis
●korte faglige efteruddannelseskurser inden for højteknologisk praksis
●løbende faglig udvikling af værksteds- / laboratoriepersonale
●etablering af en tværfaglig kandidatuddannelse med et højteknologisk fokus

Gennem konkrete scenarier viser rapporten også, hvordan flere strategier med fordel kan gennemføres på samme tid og understøtte visionens mål.
Vi præsenterer fire eksempler på sådanne scenarier:

1. 'Opblødning af grænser'
2. ’Residency’
3. "Tværfaglig uddannelse"
4. 'Udvidet netværk'
Bidragets oversatte titelKADL:LAB Vision Rapport
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedKøbenhavn
ForlagThe Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation
Antal sider110
Rekvirerende organisationKunstakademiets Arkitektskole
StatusUdgivet - 10 mar. 2018

Emneord

  • KADL:LAB Vision Report

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Nej

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Hansen, F. T., & Ayres, P. (2018). A Vision for KADK:LAB: Strategic Development Project KADK: LAB, Recommendations from the working group. København: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.
Hansen, Flemming Tvede ; Ayres, Phil. / A Vision for KADK:LAB : Strategic Development Project KADK: LAB, Recommendations from the working group. København : The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, 2018. 110 s.
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København : The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, 2018. 110 s.

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Hansen FT, Ayres P. A Vision for KADK:LAB: Strategic Development Project KADK: LAB, Recommendations from the working group. København: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, 2018. 110 s.