Fusion refers to the merging or melting of different materials into one. Working across jewellery and ceramics, in this unit of study you consider this concept also in relationship to the construction of an object from multiple parts. In this sense the artist becomes alchemist, scientist, or musician, mixing, constructing and blending to create a new object. By experimenting with processes of moulding, you explore notions of multiplicity, the original, the copy and the archetype. This unit addresses the development of conceptual, formal and aesthetic approaches in making.
Unit details and rules
|Sydney College of the Arts
|12 credit points at 1000 level in Visual Arts or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Studio Foundation
|Available to study abroad and exchange students