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Mehanski vmesniki in nastajanje kiparskega dela
ID Štorgel, Blanka (Author), ID Makše, Roman (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Diplomsko delo je razmišljanje o procesu nastajanja kiparskega dela. Danes lahko v nastajanju kiparskih tvorb skoraj popolnoma svobodno izberemo materiale in procese. Pomembno vlogo ima tudi naključnost in nenadzorovanost v obdelavi ter umetnikovo poseganje v umetniško delo. Skupni imenovalec, ki povezuje nalogo, se odraža v odgovorih na vprašanja: 1) kako kiparski proces vpliva pri nastajanju kiparske forme, 2) kako izbira mehanskega vmesnika vpliva na kiparsko formo in 3) kako izbira materiala vpliva na proces nastajanja kiparskega dela. Zanimal me je proces nastajanja dela, ki temelji na drugačnem pristopu, s pomočjo mehanskih vmesnikov. Poiskala sem primere del, kjer je proces nastajanja umetniškega dela drugače zasnovan ali bodisi vključuje mehanske vmesnike kot del končne forme. Praktični del diplomskega dela vključuje moja dela in interpretira moje izražanje. Pri ustvarjanju kiparskega dela v sklopu projektov pri kiparstvu, pod mentorstvom prof. Romana Makšeta. sem prišla do zanimivega načina oblikovanja mehkega materiala – gline, ki temelji na uporabi mehanskih vmesnikov, ki sem jih iz domače kuhinje prenesla v kiparski atelje. Delo je sestavljeno iz več abstraktnih elementov, ki so se množili in dopolnjevali osnovno kompozicijo. Problematiko razširjam tudi na umeščanje lastnega kiparskega dela v okolje. Vključujem interier, eksterier v povezavi z naravo in urbanim okoljem.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:proces
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:12237385 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:04.01.2019
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Mechanical interfaces and formation of a sculpture
Abstract:
My diploma thesis is a reflection on thinking about the process of creating a sculpture. Nowadays, our choice of materials and processes to create a sculpture is almost entirely free. Randomness and lack of control in processing as well as the artist’s interference with the work of art all play an additional part. The common denominator of the task lies in the answers to: “How does the sculpting process influence the creation of the sculpting form?”, “How does the choice of a mechanical interface influence the sculpting form?”, and lastly “How does the choice of material influence the process of creating a sculpture?” I was, therefore, interested in the process of creating a sculpture that is based on a different approach – by using mechanical interfaces. I searched for instances, where the process of creating a work of art is either designed differently or includes mechanical interfaces as part of its final form. The practical part of the thesis includes my works of art and interprets my expression. While creating the sculpture within the framework of sculpture projects mentored by Prof. Roman Makše, I have come up with an interesting way of transforming the soft material that is clay, by means of mechanical interfaces that I have transferred from my home kitchen to the sculpture studio. The thesis consists of a number of abstract elements, which multiplied and supplemented the basic composition. I am also expanding the issue to fitting one’s own sculpture into one’s own surroundings. I am including the interior and the exterior in connection with nature and the urban environment.

Keywords:process

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