Flashcards in Principles of Sculpture and other Factors Deck (14):
in visual art and architecture, the relation, ratio, of one part to another and of each part to a whole with regard to size, height, width, length, or depth.
reiteration of elements in a work of any art so as to create a sense of unity.
the manner in which things are joined together in a work of art.
in visual art, an area of attention.
an object that is taken from life and presented as artwork.
a work of art designed to last only a short time.
essential works that enclose carious kinds of electronic media.
subtractive (carved), addition (built), substitution (cast), manipulation (modeling, kneading, shaping), found (assemblage), and ephemeral ("conceptual").
a museum of ideas and engineering. a design of 30-D space to create practical enclosure. aesthetic cannot be separated from the practical or functional properties.
post-and lintel: horizontal beams bid across open spaces between vertical pillars. Stonehenge is an example.
round, horseshoe, lancet, ogee, judor, and trefoil.
any overhanging beam or floor supported ONLY at one end.
the wall supports itself, the floors, and the roof. Log cabins are an example bering wall construction.