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  1. 1. TECHNICAL ANDSCULPTURALFORMS
  2. 2.  Introducing concepts of sculpture,  Internet (computer room) materials and techniques.  Power Point Presentation Learn how sculpture evolved from  Photocopies realistic to abstract over the centuries.  Cardboard, glue, scissors… Introducing key concepts-artistic  Learn about the sculpture in the history of art. Introducing key language  Examine various styles of art to Developing awareness on different understand how sculpture evolved artistic styles. from realistic to abstract over the Rising awareness on the importance centuries. of understand the modern sculpture  Identify the sculpture techniques. forms.  Be able to relate a variety of sculpture forms with the style and the technique. 6 hours approx in 8 different class  This unit is addressed to students of days 1st of Bachillerato.
  3. 3. Write next to the picture the names of theSubtractive and Additive Types of Sculpture
  4. 4. PAIR WORK:Say if the definition is FALSE or TRUE:Carving is a sculptural method that involves removing material from a larger formto create and image. An excellent example of a carved sculpture is the marblesculpture.Modeling is a subtractive process, the form is created directly on a soft and malleable,like clay and wax, on a minimal support structure made of rigid material.Stone carving is an modern activity where pieces of rough natural stone areshaped by the controlled removal of stone.Casting is a manufacturing process by which a solid material is poured into amold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, and then allowed tosolidify.Bronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures, a cast bronzesculpture is often called simply a " bron z e " .Sculptors have generally sought to produce works of art that are as permanentas possible, working in durable and frequently expensive materials such asplasterConstruction is the process of formation of sculpture from various componentparts that can be all the same material or different substances, is a proceduredeveloped in the twentieth century.Found objects may be presented as sculptures. Materials may be worked by
  5. 5. VOCABULARY HELP ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________
  6. 6. S GROUPC WORK:U Each section has work Each group is in charge of doingL to develop a phrase research on some sculpturalP that summarizes the techniques, from material distributed content. The phrasesT by photocopying, access to books are photocopied andU and websites. distributed to otherR groups. Each group MODELINGE CLAY GROUP has to develop a mural with a summary of all CAST & MOLDS techniques.T GROUPEC STONE & WOOD CARVINGH GROUPN IRON & METAL-I WORK GROUPQUES
  7. 7. SC MODELINGU & CLAYL GROUPPT COMMON MATERIALS IN ADDITIVEU SCULPTURER • USEFUL TOOLSE • DRYWALL, PLASTER, CLAY, WAXT MODELING FEATURESEC • TECHNICAL DATA: TOOLS AND PROCESS • MODELING OF A RELIEFH • FIGURES MAKING FRAMES FOR EXEMPTNIQ CLAY AND “TERRACOTTA”U • CERAMIC TECHNIQUESES
  8. 8. SC STONE &U WOODL CARVINGP GROUPT GENERAL INFORMATIONU • CONCEPTSR • STEPS TO FOLLOWET STONE CARVINGE • TYPES OF ROCKC • TOOLS • WORK OPERATION OF EACH TECHNIQUEH • NEW TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO MATERIALSNI WOOD CARVINGQ • TYPES OF WOODU • WORKING TOOLS AND PROCESSE • METHODS SUITABLE FOR WOOD ANDS • NEW TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO MATERIALS
  9. 9. SC CAST &U MOLDSL GROUPP DRAINT • PROCESSU • BASICSRE TYPES OF MOLD • SINGLE USET • PARTS • UNMOLDINGECH USEFUL TOOLSNIQU NEW MATERIALS FOR MOLDSE • SILICONE, RESINS, POLYESTERS
  10. 10. SC IRON &U METAL-L WORKP GROUPT METAL CASTINGU • LOST WAX CASTINGR • FOUNDRY SANDE • BRONZE PATINAT METAL WORKE • IN COLD: DEFORMATION FOR SEPARATIONC • IN HOT, FOR FORGINGHN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSESI • ELECTROPLATINGQ • ELECTRIC WELDINGUES
  11. 11. RANKING ACTIVITY IN PAIRSNUMBERING FROM 1 TO 5 IN ORDER MORE OR LESS USE OF THESE MATERIALSTHROUGH THE HISTORY OF ART Venus of Zeus (o Pieta Sculture Man Cactus Soft Toilet, by Willendorf. Poseidón). by by Julio Claes Michelangelo González Oldenburg. Stone. It was Escultura 1966, Wood, done between griega en Buonarrotti. (1939). Master piece Wrought iron vinyl, kapok 12,000-42,000 bronce de fibers, wire, and years ago. Artemision, of the and welded. plexiglass on BC 469 years. Renaissance metal stand made in and painted marble. wood base. AC1499 years.
  12. 12. SCULPTURAL FORMS To study the evolution of sculptural forms in the Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassicism. - Analyze the work of Miguel Angel, Bernini, Canova To study the evolution of twentieth century sculpture to abstraction. • Analyze the work of Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Brancusi, Anthohy Caro, Julio González To study the Modern Art • Analyze these art movements: Concept Art, Minimalism, Land Art, Pop Art, Op Art, Art Povera, Happening, Art Installations…
  13. 13. NEW SCULPTURAL MATERIALS Artists in the 1960s • Understand that artists are began to work with constantly experimenting with images from popular culture. Many used ideas and materials, and found materials from appreciate original thought as their urban environment to make well as product and in pairs comments about make a sculpture from recycled modern society materials. Look at examples • Be aware that being an artist of works by E. Kienholz, G. Segal and R. involves knowledge, attitude and Rauschenberg. These imagination in addition to artists were at the forefront of this technical skill. By groups, movement and used materials to expand choose an artist and investigate ideas about what about his work, after, explain to sculpture could be. Explore the term "mixed the class the meaning of his media". sculpture. Introduce the term "documentation". Explain that the above three types of sculpture are temporary; • Interpret and understand that therefore, artists document or create figures, objeings cts, etc. can records of their works imply a multiplicity of mean using video or photography. View a Christo video as an example.
  14. 14. LISTENING See and hear the video about the contemporary artist Bruce Nauman and answer questions • What is the most widely used material in the work of Bruce Nauman?1 • ______________________________________________________ • When is the artist interested in this material?2 • ______________________________________________________ • What are the artistic techniques also used by the artist?3 • ______________________________________________________ • Who is Bruce Nauman? • ______________________________________________________4 • What does Nauman do with the words in his neon pieces?5 • _______________________________________________________
  15. 15. SOLUTIONS: CHECK WEBSITE FOR INFORMATION ON THE SUBJECThttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sculpturehttp://faculty.evansville.edu/rl29/art105/sum04/art105-9.htmlhttp://www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/docs/artsed/visart102030/vamod13.htmlhttp://www.rijksmuseum.nl/aria/aria_encyclopedia/00046898?lang=enhttp://library.thinkquest.org/23492/data/bronze.htm?tqskip1=1&tqtime=0318http://atelier.bruce.krebs.pagesperso-orange.fr/fonderie/e/fonderi2.htmhttp://esculturasbronzo.com/elproceso.htmhttp://www.escultores.com/escultura.php?g2_itemId=4532
  16. 16. Write to the under side of the picture thenames of the Subtractive and AdditiveTypes of Sculpture CASTING MODELING CARVING CONSTRUCTION
  17. 17. PAIR WORK:Say if the definition is FALSE or TRUE:Carving is a sculptural method that involves removing material from a larger form TRUto create and image. An excellent example of a carved sculpture is the marble Esculpture.Modeling is a subtractive (additive) process, the form is created directly on a soft and FALSmalleable, like clay and wax, on a minimal support structure made of rigid material. EStone carving is an modern (old) activity where pieces of rough natural stone FALSare shaped by the controlled removal of stone. ECasting is a manufacturing process by which a solid (liquid) material is poured FALSinto a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, and then Eallowed to solidify.Bronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures, a cast bronze TRUsculpture is often called simply a "bronze". ESculptors have generally sought to produce works of art that are as permanent FALSas possible, working in durable and frequently expensive materials such as Eplaster (marble)Construction is the process of formation of sculpture from various component TRUparts that can be all the same material or different substances, is a procedure Edeveloped in the twentieth century.Found objects may be presented as sculptures. Materials may be worked by TRU
  18. 18. VOCABULARY HELP Marble Found Objects Granite Plastics Plaster Polyester Wax Resins Clay Recycled Materials
  19. 19. RANKING ACTIVITY IN PAIRSNUMBERING FROM 1 TO 5 IN ORDER MORE OR LESS USE OF THESE MATERIALSTHROUGH THE HISTORY OF ART Venus of Zeus (o Pieta Sculture Man Cactus Soft Toilet, by Willendorf. Poseidón). by by Julio Claes Michelangelo González Oldenburg. Stone. It was Escultura 1966, Wood, done between griega en Buonarrotti. (1939). Master piece Wrought iron vinyl, kapok 12,000-42,000 bronce de fibers, wire, and years ago. Artemision, of the and welded. plexiglass on BC 469 years. Renaissance metal stand made in and painted marble. wood base. AC1499 3 1 2 years. 4 5
  20. 20. See and hear the video about theLISTENING contemporary artist Bruce Nauman and answer questions • What is the most widely used material in the work of Bruce Nauman?1 • It’s neon. • When is the artist interested in this material?2 • In the late sixties. • What are the artistic techniques also used by the artist?3 • Video and sculpture • Who is Bruce Nauman? • He is widely considered as one of the most important and provocative4 American living artist. • What does Nauman do with the words in his neon pieces?5 • He twists and turns the letters to provoke thought.

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