VART3145 Sculpture: Form and Applications (3 units)
- VART2145 Sculpture: Materials and Processes or VART2147 Installation Art or (VART2475 Additive Sculpture: Clay and Plaster and VART2476 Additive Sculpture: Bronze Casting) or (VART2477 Subtractive Sculpture: Wood and VART2485 Subtractive Sculpture: Stone) or (VART2486 Woodworking and VART2487 Metalworking)
Direct carving is a technique that has been utilized since the beginnings of civilization. The course will focus on such subtractive process and/or the use of reductive thinking as a creative tool to explore sculptural forms. Students will investigate how form can be revealed through different carving approaches and techniques.
In this course students will study the use of working models, templates as well as to work directly with the material to experience both systematic and intuitive methods for producing sculptural form. Students will also examine the application aspects of sculptural form in large scale public sculpture/environmental project through scaled models and appropriate visual presentation formats.
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