Sculpture techniques and artistic trends. Presentation created by Cristina Navarrete in 2004.

ï ® Image of Marcel Duchamp's urinal, taken by Doublevelvet. The sculpture is an art form that uses directly the real space, unlike painting, which creates a fictional space on a plane. It is a three-dimensional work that is enclosed in a space or interacting with it. Sculptural techniques ï ® Size: stone, wood ï ® Modeling clay, wax, plaster ï ® Construction: metal, plastic, ... ï ® Cast The carving is a subtractive process: from a solid mass of resilient material is going to shape by cutting, chipping and abrasion. Some examples of sculpture in wood ... The stone can be carved directly or through out of points ... The stone carving is a technique used since ancient times. Modeling is an additive process: from a soft and malleable material is being add ed. The casting is a process to reproduce a sculpture in a material different from t he original and more durable. Boccioni Alberto Giacometti The construction is a process developed in the twentieth century is the formatio n of sculptures from various parts which can be the same or different material. Caro used iron sheets treated with welds, rivets and bolts. In the course of history, artists have striven to distinguish clearly the activi ty of the sculptural paintings. In the current art, the sculpture has evolved in to an expressive new approach that breaks with these traditional patterns. We in vestigate new materials and procedures to merge different fields of creation. The land landscape art and sculpture Nature is used creatively, as if it were another plastic material. Minimal art ... They perform three-dimensional abstract constructions of industrial materials. i ndustrial Dadaist Featuring provocative gestures and expressions in which artists sought to destro y all conventions regarding

Conceptual Art The idea is more important than the object Surrealist Art represents magic, absurdity, dreams, imagination ... Arte Povera Simple and inexpensive materials used for art. Accumulations Facilities The sculpture is mixed with the scenery, photography, painting, video ... Activities: 1. Making a space intervention. . 2. Intervention by a natural environment in a group. 3. Make a tab for the analysis of a sculptural work. 4. Making an abstrac t three-dimensional work with waste material. 5. Make a sculpture with waste mat erial with the intention of conveying an idea. 6. Combination with an intention of colors. 1. Making a speech space. intervention project in the classroom space. Be used as compositional elements f urniture: tables, stools, chairs ... placing it in different ways and different distribution. Sketches should be studied by compositional patterns for objects: eject and alternating rhythm, symmetry, compositional schemes ... 2. Intervention of an environment natural group Taking the example of the artistes of "Land Art" makes a composition in a natura l environment. The work is presented through photographs showing the 3. Make a tab for analysis of a sculptural work. From a standard form provided by the teacher, is an analysis of the following sc ulptures: Jean Dubuffet Chillida abstract three-dimensional material waste. 4. Making a book ï ® Previous sketching to design a composition with artistic sense. The materials ca n be manipulated, by scraping or sanding paint what is considered necessary: wir e, cans, cardboard, wood, plastics ... waste material with the intention of conveying an idea. 5. Make a sculpture More examples ...

6. Combination with an intention chromatic. From observing the work of Tony Cragg will screen a collection of objects unifie d by its tonal values.