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    The University of the Arts
  Feb 20, 2018
2011-2012 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

FNDP 161 - Three Dimensional Design/Time Motion

3 credits
An introduction to the fundamental principles of three-dimensional and time-based work. Concepts of space, movement, mass, volume, and the qualities and properties of materials as well as kinetic works are explored using traditional and digital processes. As the semester progresses the construction of three-dimensional objects emphasizing serial and sequential concepts combines with the use of video for motion capture and other means of exploring fundamental time-based works. The course emphasis is on processes of thinking and planning, thoughtful articulation of form, principles of perception and an appreciation and refinement of acuity in regards to static and kinetic forms.

Open to Foundation majors only.