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Sculpture

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Transcript of Sculpture

Sculpture
What is Sculpture ?

How is Sculpture Made?

What are some Major Artistic Sculptures to know and Understand?

Why learn this media?


Sculpture
Examining the following images what conclusions and definitions can be made for sculpture?
Greek Coin 415 BCE
Martin Puryear
Richard Serra
What are the two ways to engage with sculpture and what do we call the two forms?
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Define
Freestanding
Low-relief
High-relief
How its Made?
Match each of the following with the video and information Provided below.
Casting
Carving
Modeling
Constructing and Assembling
The bringing together of material all ready formed by the artist.
Picasso Bull's Head
Debora Butterfield
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A.
Jeremy Mayer
Viola Frey
Armature
Uses pliable material such as clay, wax, or plaster that is built up, removed and or pushed into a final form.
Ken Price
As we encounter sculpture today how has it changed and in what ways has remained close to its roots?
1. A Mold needs to be made, off of an original work.
2. Original sculpture is removed.
3. Liquid material poured into the hollow of the mold.
4. Liquid hardens and the mold removed.
Interesting
Rachel Whiteread
Is a subtractive process in which material such as stone and wood.
Michelangelo preferred this method, saw stone as "souls in turmoil".
Most Challenging of the sculptural methods.
B.
C.
D.
Lost wax Process
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Casting Investigated
How else is the casting process used what other industries use this process?
Other Sculptural Forms
Kinetic
Mixed Media
Installation and Site specific
Alexander Calder
Mobile
Jesus Rafael Soto
What is it that these two sculpture share?
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How are the artist using the material and different medias to enhance the message or content of the work?
Lara Schnitger
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Cai Guo Qiang
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What is the major difference between the two styles?
Amalia pica
Richard Serra
Jessica Stockholder
How does the scale and the relationship to a child's toy change?
How has digital technology changed the field of Sculpture?
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