SD I DM I | Science of Design I Design Methodology I _ part III
Seminar | interactive scripts & lectures
In this seminar students will explore contradictions between shapes as artwork created through lines, textures, colors and form as a three-dimensional composition or object. Furthermore inspection will go through Geometric shapes which are precise edged and mathematically consistent curves in contrast with organic shapes which are free-form, unpredictable and flowing in appearance. Students will conclude this investigation by designing a positive and negative architectural space with added texture.
SD I DM I part III _
shape l form | figure
Partly guided student's research according to D. Batista’s interactive lecture /script for students with title Shape, form, figure; Definition of shape, Definition of form, Definition of figure, Texture definitions, Tactile, Juhani Pallasmaa’s The Eyes of the Skin, Colour definition, Pigmentation, Monochromatic, Spectrum, Explore contradictions between shapes and forms as artwork created, Organic, Geometric, Boundaries Visible and invisible, Sense of touch, Tactile sensors of octopus, Tactile sensors of human skin, Tactile sensors of human hands, Figure through art of paintings, sculpture, literature, music, dance, film, shape & form & figure through lenses of inventions in art, design and architecture, Serial photomontage, The 3-D (three-dimensional) movie was invention, etc.
SD I DM I part III _ Visualisation II
Student's half independent research according to D. Batista’s interactive lecture /script for students with title Geometric presentation; Organic shape, Definition of organic, Definition of organic shape, Definition of organic structure, Definition of Free form theory, Fractal definition, Definitions of Chaos - nonlinear dynamic system, Definition of Order, Self-similarity, Self-organization | spontaneous order, Butterfly effect, Definition of attractor, cybernetician William Ross Ashby, geometric presentation through lenses of inventions in art, design and architecture, Fauvism, Jackson Pollock, etc