Dec 15, 2018  
2011-2012 University Catalogue 
2011-2012 University Catalogue []

FNDP 162 - Three Dimensional Design

3 credits
Building on the skills, language, and sensibilities of FNDP 161, the second semester undertakes more complex projects. Some projects often involve the combining of several materials and require the assembly of multiple parts. The semester explores the challenges of scale and engages time and movement as ideas. The introduction of environmental works, setting in place new principles of three-dimensional organization, researching the order in nature and taking up the challenge of representation in three dimensions are some of the arenas in which students work. Faculty relate works and share principles with either the two-dimensional, drawing, or time motion classes and attempt to harvest skills and sensibilities developed in those classes to inform of projects in Three-Dimensional Design.

Prerequisites FNDP*161

Open to Foundation majors only.