5 FEES FOR STUDENTS
+GST for non-CEPT students
Dec 04 - Dec 13, 2017 DURATION
NO. OF STUDENTS
25 OPEN FOR PROFESSIONALS
Yes PREREQUISITES FOR PROFESSIONALS
Open for all FEES FOR PROFESSIONALS
PREREQUISITES FOR STUDENTS
Open for all LOCATION
CEPT Campus EXPENSE
Approx. Rs. 5,000/- STUDENTS DELIVERABLES
Installations, Booklet FACULTY OF Architecture
SCULPTING LAND 2.0
Sandip Patil | Himanshu Patel | Tapan Modi
Image source: sculpting land 1.0
Sandip Patil is a landscape architect interested in the juxtaposition of art, landscape and engineering. He explores these ideas in his research as well as practice, looking at landscape as infrastructure as well as art. Himanshu Patel is an architect interested in vernacular construction methods. His practice is d 6thD…..The 6th dimension to “feel good”. He is passionate about design, but driven by ideas rather than personalities. Tapan Modi is a landscape architect with a keen eye for detail and technique. His works exhibit a finesse that arises from his personal explorations of models and fine objects that he develops in his home workshop.
Sculpting land 2.0 is the second version of the land art workshop.The course involves sculpting the land itself and making installation with use of natural materials. Land art uses natural landscape as a canvas to display ‘art structure/sculpture’ rather than traditional way of displaying art in a museum or art gallery. Sculptures are not just placed in the landscape; rather, the landscape is the means of their creation. Landscape is not constant, it keeps on changing every moment, and thus land art has the momentary appreciation/drama which will eventually fade away with time and students will be encouraged to capture this momentary effect. The course gives opportunity to learn, explore and develop a deeper understanding about nature, where students can exercise their creativity and imagination. The course involves outdoors activities where students can wonder in nature, play with sand, and enjoy the sweet/bitter fragrance of flowers, sound of leaves and appreciate the nature away from the constructed world. In this workshop, students shall work in groups of 2 to create various sculptures.
Expenses for Students: Material Cost: Rs 5000/- as mentioned in expenses.