Form to Function Part Two (VA4112.01)

Jon Isherwood, Farhad Mirza & John Umphlett

Designers, architects, and artists continue to find digital design and fabrication processes to be common ground for communication and collaboration, in large part because many new projects necessitate multidimensional thinking about form and making. This self-directed studio course offers the opportunity for students to work at an advanced level to explore, research, and develop a specific design object. This course will enable the design development of objects thru drawing, 3D modeling, prototyping and material/ fabrication methods.. Final designs will additionally explore marketing and placement strategies. Students interested in this course must submit a design-research and implementation proposal. The proposed project must indicate specific design/conceptual and fabrication questions. Proposals must also include project timeline and production strategies towards a final, usable object. Proposals will be accepted up until November 26th to Jon Isherwood jisherwood@bennington.edu

Prerequisites: Students interested in this course must submit a design-research and implementation proposal. The proposed project must indicate specific design/conceptual and fabrication questions. Proposals must also include project timeline and production strategies towards a final, usable object. Proposals will be accepted up until November 26th to Jon isherwood jisherwood@bennington.edu
Credits: 4
W 10:00am - 11:50am; W 2:10pm - 4:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 10
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as All courses, 4000, Four Credit, Wednesday Mornings, Visual Arts (VA), Farhad Mirza, John Umphlett, Jon Isherwood.