SCULPTURE: ADDITIVE,SUBTRACTIVE AND KINETIC

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The different processes of Sculpture

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  • Subtractive sculpture is the oldest form of sculpture and involves removing material, as in wood carving or stone sculpture, to create a finished work. Subtractive sculpture is by far the most technically difficult and due to the nature of the medium is the most restrictive in expression.Additive sculpture describes all other forms of sculpture and the process most commonly used today.  Simply put, additive sculpture is the process of creating sculpture by adding material to create the work. 
  • SCULPTURE: ADDITIVE,SUBTRACTIVE AND KINETIC

    1. 1. SCULPTURE
    2. 2. SCULPTURE  Sculpture is three-dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining hard materials, typically stone such as marble, metal, glass, or wood, or plastic materials such as clay, textiles, polymers and softer metals. The term has been extended to works including sound, text and light.
    3. 3. TYPES OF SCULPTURE  Subtractive process  Additive process  Kinetic sculpture
    4. 4. SUBTRACTIVE  Subtractive sculpture is the oldest form of sculpture and involves removing material, as in wood carving or stone sculpture, to create a finished work. Subtractive sculpture is by far the most technically difficult and due to the nature of the medium is the most restrictive in expression.
    5. 5. ADDITIVE  Additive sculpture describes all other forms of sculpture and the process most commonly used today. Simply put, additive sculpture is the process of creating sculpture by adding material to create the work.
    6. 6. KINETIC  Kinetic art is art from any medium that contains movement perceivable by the viewer or depends on motion for its effect.
    7. 7. SCULPTURE IS CREATED IN FOUR BASIC WAYS:  Carving  Modeling  Casting  Construction
    8. 8. CARVING Subtractive process: material is removed  Mainly wood and stone (marble)
    9. 9. MODELING Additive process: material is added  Clay, wax, plaster, paper-mache
    10. 10. CASTING  Casting: a mold is used to form molten bronze(or other material) into a desired shape.
    11. 11. CONSTRUCTION  Construction: welding, gluing, nailing materials together.
    12. 12. ASSEMBLAGE  Assemblage: assembling found objects in unique ways.
    13. 13. RELIEF  Relief: attached to a surface
    14. 14. KINETIC SCULPTURE  Kinetic Sculpture: movable parts (wind)
    15. 15.  Free-standing or full-round.

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