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Three Dimensional Media: Sculpture and stallation, Crafts, Architecture Installation, Crafts, Architecture hree Dimensional: Three Dimensional: Involves height, width, and depth.
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Chapter Eleven culpture and Installation Sculpture and Installation Discussion Question: How and why do viewers respond differently to a three-dimensional work than to a two- dimensional work?
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Freestanding Sculpture A type of sculpture that is surrounded on all sides by space. Also called scupture in-the-round. Yinka Shonibare Girl/Boy, 1998. Wax-printed cotton textile, mannequin 71x59x27 inch
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Shonibare traces the origins of “African” fabrics back to Europe. These fabrics were originally Dutch wax- printed fabrics that originated in Indonesia, were transported to Holland through the mills of Manchester, England, and then to markets Africa Europe and North America The in Africa, Europe, and North America. The trade routes of the fabric follow the routes of colonial exploitation.
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Louise Bourgeois, Maman , 1999. Bronze and steel, 30’ 5” high. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain
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Louise Bourgeois, Maman , 1999. Bronze, steel, and marble, 30’ 5" x 29’ 3" x 33’ 7". Installed in front of the Winter Palace at The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 2001-January 2002
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elief Relief Relief: sculpture figures projecting from a In sculpture, figures projecting from a background of which they are part. The degree of relief is designated high, low or sunken.
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High Relief High Relief : Sculptural relief in hich the modeled which the modeled forms project from the background by at least half their depth. Durga Fighting the Buffalo Demon , Mahishamardini Cave, Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu, India. (In Hinduism, Durga is one of the forms of the goddess Devi or Shakti , and the wife of Shiva.)
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Low Relief Sculptural relief that projects very little from the background The Phaistos Disc , Crete. ca. 1700 BCE. Clay, about 15 cm in diameter.
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Coin with portrait of Julius Caesar . 44 BCE. Silver. Diameter ¾”
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Sunken Relief Hypostyle hall, temple of Amen-Re , arnak Egypt Dynasty XIX ca Karnak, Egypt, Dynasty XIX, ca. 1290–1224 BCE.
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Hypostyle hall, temple of Amen-Re , Karnak, Egypt, Dynasty XIX, ca. 290 224 BCE 1290–1224 BCE.
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Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and three daughters , from Tell el-Amarna, ca. 1353–1335 BCE. Limestone, approx. 12 1/4” high. Ägyptisches Museum, Berlin.
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Methods of sculpture: Additive odeling •Modeling •Assembling ubtractive Subtractive •Carving Casting
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Methods and Materials of Sculpture: dditive odeling Additive - Modeling dl i Modeling: 1. In sculpture, the creation of form by manipulating a pliable material such as clay.
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