The expanded cinema class centers on public space and mass media while developing experimental forms of narration within the art of moving images. The tradition of expanded cinema is seen as a possible renaissance of artists‘ engagement with the visually and aurally connected world. We are not limited to one language or one medium. The conception and discussion of projects are independent of the students origin and stress instead underlying conceptual ideas. Students investigate practical and cooperative methods, supported by a range of class activities: group meetings and individual critiques; lecture series featuring guests on current issues and fundamental work practices; film analysis; research; project development; excursions; and exhibition design.