Shaping Space: The Dynamics of Three-dimensional Design
As an introductory guide to three-dimensional design and sculpture, SHAPING SPACE offers an engaging, in-depth exploration of aesthetic and practical considerations of working three-dimensionally. By presenting both conventional artistic wisdom and new approaches that stretch and transcend the old definitions of what can and should happen in a work of art, SHAPING SPACE challenges students to encounter ideas that have never occurred to them and to become more aware of the limitless potential of shaping space. Now in full-color throughout, the text explores the latest changes and applications in the field including computer-aided and computer-made sculpture, craft techniques, multicultural art, art as social and political commentary, architecture and industrial design conceived sculpturally, public sculpture, sculpture parks, and performance art. To help introduce and broaden three-dimensional awareness and technical skill, suggested studio projects provide structured assignments that relate directly to textual materials.
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DEGREES OF THREEDIMENSIONALITY
INVOLVING THE VIEWER
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2006 Artists Rights aesthetic Andy Goldsworthy appears Arata Isozaki areas Artists Rights Society Auguste Rodin Barbara Hepworth beauty blue Bronze building carved cast Center ceramic Chapter Claes Oldenburg clay color wheel Constantin Brancusi construction contours Courtesy create curving dark Dieter Roth effects elements of design Erwin Hauer experience explore fabric feel fiber fired found objects functional Gallery glass gray Guggenheim hand height Hirshhorn hues installation piece interior junk sculpture Lee Bontecou light Linda Howard lines malleable marble Mark di Suvero material metal Modern Art move movement Museum of Modern natural colors negative mold painted pattern Photo photograph pigments plaster plastic polished reflective relationship rock saturation SCALA/Art Resource sense shadows shape shells shown in Figure soft space spatial steel stone subtractive surface surroundings three-dimensional art tion Toshiko Takaezu ture VAGA value contrasts viewer visual textures walls wire wood York