Caulfield Second semester 2005 (Day)
Synopsis: An intense study of the visible world. Through class projects, sustained attention will provide greater insights into the aesthetic and expressive qualities of forms and spaces and give opportunities to explore a variety of technical and conceptual means towards their appropriate representation.
Objectives: On successful completion of this unit, students will: 1.be competent in the observation and graphic representation of form and space; 2.be able competently to explore a range of space-making devices and appropriate drawing strategies; 3.have a deepening understanding of the significance of visual perception and the visual knowledge that derives from concentrated observation; 4.be able competently to explore, through drawing, the inner structures of a variety of manufactured and natural forms; 5.be able to investigate the aesthetic and expressive possibilities arising from intensive observational focus, that is relevant to the major study.
Assessment: Folio: 100%
Contact Hours: 3 studio hours for one semester and 9 independent study hours per week