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contemporary art finals grade 12
Photography and reality
It is an addictive process; modeled sculptures are created when a soft or malleable material such as clay is built using an armature then shaped to create a form.
It is a subtractive process where the material is systematically eliminated from the outside.
It is made permanent with plaster of paris.
Sculptors gather and put together different materials, including found objects to create an assembled sculpture.
modeling, carving, casting, assembling
4 Basic Techniques in Sculptures
stone, metal, terracotta clay, wood, bronze, resin
6 materials in sculptures
a style in contemporary sculpture where The materials are limited only by the material shapes and sizes
a style in contemporary sculpture where Figurative sculpture in harmony with physics and science, engineering, mathematics, geometry.
a style in contemporary sculpture where Materials put together through single attachment.
a style in contemporary sculpture where Sculpture in mechanical motion.
a style in contemporary sculpture where Sculpture found in wall.
a style in contemporary sculpture where It is closed and can become a package, A portable container for something worth keeping.
a style in contemporary sculpture where Sculpture that are associated with the wall and is more like a room.
monolithic sculpture, constructivism sculpture, sculptural assemblage, kinetic art, niche, boxes, grotto
7 styles in contemporary structure
site, function, clients, workmanship, climate, materials, building codes
7 Factors must be considered to avoid Architectural problem.
Is designed with patterns or shapes inspired by living organisms.
Artists promote environmental awareness through their creative work. Consider the connection between outdoor and indoor landscape while integrating nature into the structure.
Are immensely tall buildings found in densely populated cities.
A type of photo used in journalism.
stone, wood, bricks, ferro-concrete, wood, cast-iron, steel
6 Materials in Contemporary Architecture
post and lintel
It consists of two vertical supports bridged by a horizontal beam and creates a strong emphasis on the walls of modern buildings.
Is the horizontal beam or slab that juts out into a space beyond its supporting post.
Is an application of the geometric fact that no angle of a triangle can be changed without altering the dimensions of the sides.
Is used to support bridges and viaducts and is used in association with large domical and vaulted structure.
A cylindrical drum over a circular foundation creating a sense of enclosure and solidarity.
It encloses a great deal of space with a minimum use of materials.
Generate electricity that can provide power to the entire building.