3D Studio Practice 7 (Ceramics/Digital Media/Sculpture)
Reflection/Process/Critique/Edit/Exhibition. A 20 credit module in Contemporary 3 Dimensional and time based practice in which the student will extend on creative work pathways identified within semester 7.
The student will further translate and transform research into physical and tactile processes working with materials, space and media which will extend their insight and knowledge of their subject. In pursuing this process and activity the student will establish models to apply in their future practice and significantly develop their own unique visual language.
The module is designed to address historical and current models of practice so as to best equip students in coping with the demands of creating work in their future professional practice.
This will culminate in the presentation of their work for public exhibition/ installation at the end of the semester.
Display a professional level of engagement,prarticipation and workshop practice.
Evidence a highly developed and sophisticated comprehension of the language of 3D through designing a comprehensive body of work in preparation for assessment and public exhibition.
Demonstrate advanced standards of critical and theoretical awareness in relation to contextual and conceptual development within studio practice and display empathy in relation to the viewers interaction, involvment and engagement with the work.
Establish advanced standards of skill in the manipulation of materials and media required to manfacture artwork of an original and professional standard.
Indicate sophisticated insight and comprehension of how visual art and its practitioners function in society, evidence a knowledge of the systems and support structures in place nationally within a professional context.
Design, plan, produce and risk assess a final exhibition of work, demonstrating an understanding of health and safety concerns and proceedures.