SM1702 Creative Media Studio I
Object and Installation L06 & L05
In this series of half-day intensive studios, students explore the fundamental concepts of objects in space, through the creation of three-dimensional art objects and installation. Students are encouraged to investigate both the structural and metaphorical potential of a range of materials.
- To develop a strong sense of three-dimensional creation.
- To understand objects as sites of information.
- To consider the relationship between objects, locations and people.
- To become resourceful and experimental when creating and staging artworks.
Schedule per week:
- How do objects tell stories pt.1. Found objects and storytelling (25%).
- How do objects tell stories pt.2. Making Chinese proverbs in clay (25%).
- How do objects relate to space pt.1. Yarn bombing location hunt & knitting with chopsticks.
- How do objects relate to space pt.2. Yarn bombing a Hong Kong location (25%).
- How do objects relate to the body pt.1. Becoming a cyborg with papier mache and found objects.
- How do objects relate to the body pt. 2: Final exhibition/performance of cyborg works and final critique (25%)
- Found object stories (25%)
- Working in clay (25%)
- Working with yarn and space (25%)
- Papier mache and found objects (25%)
Each student must submit a PDF portfolio of all the above works with captions and statements one week after the last lesson.