Experimental Sculpture and Installation Art


This course explores ideas surrounding the creation of experimental sculpture. employs non-traditional methods: 'readymades,' non-traditional materials, conceptual processes, digital interaction and fabrication techniques (rapid prototyping), mixed media including video, and projection technologies. Content of work driven by individual student interests, sustainability, the anthropocene, feminism, social and political commentary, and/or more formal, abstract sculptural relations. Instructor consent required.

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Curriculum Codes
  • ALP
Cross-Listed As
  • CMAC 434
  • DANCE 435
  • ISS 436
  • VMS 434
Typically Offered