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3D Structures In Fibre: Sculptural Form
0.50 Credit(s)
From the work of Claes Oldenburg to the provocative installations of Tracey Emin, textiles have offered a powerful alternative to the language of sculpture. This course will focus on developing sculptural form in textiles, utilizing the tools of pattern drafting and sewn construction. Students will learn: how to alter two-dimensional drawings to create drafted patterns, how to take patterns from existing three dimensional objects in order to create a fabric facsimile and how to develop sculptural form through free-form pattern making. Projects will encompass a range of scale, from making hand-held objects through to environmental works. Throughout the course, the use of sewn work in contemporary art and design will be presented as background reference to each assignment.
Notes: There is a consumables fee attached to this course.
This course is open to Art and Design students. (Art students - please contact the Design office for access.)
Course was last updated June 26, 2007 - 10:51 PM