Collins Living Learning Center | Contemporary Sculpture Practices
L100 | 26780 | Angel Nunez


In this course students will experiment with a variety of materials and
techniques to produce sculptures. Students will also be exposed to the works
of contemporary artists that use these materials and techniques, and come to
a greater understanding how these processes and approaches to making art
are central to contemporary art practices. Through four different projects,
students will explore different approaches to contemporary art from two
different perspectives: as spectators and as creators. This course is taught by
the internationally acclaimed Spanish sculptor, Angel Nuņez Pombo, who is
residing at the Collins-Living Learning Center as a visiting artist/scholar for
Spring 2006, and is brought to IU in collaboration with IU's Fine Arts
Department.