Everyday we interact with a multitude od common objects. But what if these common objects could be transformed into expressive art. For this final project students will explore found object art by constructing a sculpture from 100 repeated everyday things.
Constructivism is an arts movement from the early 1900's where artists were focussed more on construction of materials beyond composition. Students will exploring space and time through 3D elements and structural components.
Expressive 3D sculptures exploring complex construction methods from a simple material, paper.
The format of the class is to explore design concepts in 3D sculpting. Moving into depth with materials, students will explore the concepts of 3D design using paper, found objects, wood and metals.
Start by studying the key design principles and terms associated with
Each project will explore a new material and concept,
covering one of each of the following subjects over the 3 project themes:
Portrait/Figure | Non-Representational | Abstract