Courses

Advanced Sculpture

In this course, each student will determine a specific theme that they will poke, prod and refine throughout the semester, ultimately completing three fully realized, thematically-linked sculptures and/or installations. While wood, metal and plaster will be readily available, various mixed media and experimental materials and approaches are highly encouraged. Regular individual and group critiques monitor the progress of each project. In addition, the class will collaboratively complete and install and outdoor public sculpture somewhere on campus. Field trips and image driven discussions will be part of the course.

Sample reading list:
Sigmund Freud, Civilization and its Discontents
Claes Oldenberg, Store Days
Adrian Piper, Collected Writings
Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Interview
Hal Foster, Selected Writings
Beatriz Colomina, Privacy and Publicity

Reading/Writing assignments:
Execution of a sculptural project from an assigned problem with the specific creative contribution determined by the student.

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
VIS 203/204, or VIS 221/222, or VIS 231/232, or VIS 331/332 or instructor’s permission.

Faculty

Sections

U01

Thursdays, 12:30 - 4:20 pm
185 Nassau Street

Instructor(s)

Martha Friedman