Sculpture D (MSTD2562)

UNIT OF STUDY

Study in Sculpture Performance and Installation is a unified, studio-based activity addressing the concepts, methodologies and technologies integral to contemporary sculpture. This includes traditional sculptural processes as well as incorporating new media and digital technologies that are currently reshaping contemporary practice. Each student, in consultation with academic staff, develops an outline of their proposed study program at the commencement of the semester and maintains a studio diary. Students present work regularly for review and are encouraged to further develop and refine their individual studio practice. This process is supported by small-group projects, lectures, group and individual tutorials and critiques.

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Classes

Lecturer and directed contact over 12 weeks, plus self-directed study; total student effort of 240 hrs.

Assessment

1x assessment task in week 4, 5 or 6 (20%), 1x15min review with your academic advisor in week 7 and 1x15 min oral examination of presentation of studio projects (80%) in week 15

Practical work

Studio practice. Students, in consultation with studio staff, will develop an outline of their proposed study program at the commencement of the semester and maintain a studio diary.

Faculty/department permission required?

No

Unit of study rules

Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

MSTD2561

Corequisites

THAP2632 and (one of CATE2002 or CATE2004 or CATE2006 or CATE2008 or CATE2012)

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