3D_ASSIGN_#_3_UNIT_FORM_&_DESIGN_09

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Unformatted text preview: COLUMBIA COLLEGE / 3-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN / 22-1230 Carol Hammerman, professor [email protected] Fall 2009 ASSIGNMENT # 3 UNIT FORMS & DESIGN Found objects will lose or alter their identity when placed in a newly created composition. Your choice of a repetitive unit (i.e. found object) is paramount to the success of your piece – choose something of personal interest, which gains in aesthetic when repeated!! Unit forms can be abstract or narrative - - - - choose your focus. Time is limited – chose a manageable scale. Collaborative pieces welcomed! (w/ 1 friend in the same class - composition should reflect the vision/work of 2 people.) Relief Sculpture: An art work, graphic in concept, but sculptural in application, utilizing relatively shallow depth to establish its form. Casting: to reproduce a given shape by pouring a temporarily fluid material into a mold. The solidified material to reproduce a given shape by pouring a temporarily fluid material into a mold....
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  • Fall '09
  • CarolHammerman
  • UNIT FORMS, manageable scale.   Collaborative, repetitive unit, temporarily fluid material, newly created composition., temporarily liquid material

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