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Date Created: 12/27/15
ARS 100 STUDY GUIDE for QUIZ 4 & EXAM #3 (Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12) Questions on the exam are not limited to the content of this study guide. Questions are derived not only from the study guide, but also from lectures, and readings. You should know the definitions and also be able to identify whether they apply to an image listed in the image list. Quiz 4 Focus of Study Different types of sculpture —(kinetic, readymade, monument/public art/high relief, low relief/ephemeral) (Chapter 9 & Sculpture Lecture) Two main processes for sculpting (Chapter 9 & Sculpture Lecture) Ceramics (Chapter 12 & Craft & Design Lecture) Main types of sculpture (Chapter 9 & Sculpture Lecture) Categories of design (Chapter 12 & Craft & Design Lecture) Vietnam Veterans Memorial (Chapter 10 & Site -‐Specific Lecture) Exam 3 Focus of Study KEY TERMS/CONCEPTS craft Ceramics porcelain fiber glaze design coiling patina arch dome logo Mixed media Keystone flying buttress clerestory architecture voussoir kinetic Readymade Geodesic dome typography relief sculpture (high/low/bas) Post-‐and-‐lintel vault/groin vault Also know: Sculpture processes (casting, carving, assemblage, modeling, mold, etc.) Types of sculpture (site specific/environmental art, public art, etc.) Reinforced concrete/cast iron construction Know the different methods of working with clay Know what glass is made from Know the two basic sculptural categories/processes Know the different types of design (graphic, industrial, etc.) Images 1. Michelangelo, The Cross-‐Legged Captive, (Fig. 9-‐2, pg. 179) 2. Louise Bourgeois, Portrait of Robert (Fig. 9-‐3, pg. 179) 3.. Pablo Picasso, Mandolin and Clarinet (Fig. 9-‐13, pg. 186) 4. Louise Nevelson, Royal Tide IV (Fig. 9-‐15, pg. 187) 5. Janine Antoni, Gnaw (Fig. 9-‐22, pg. 191) 6. Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty (Fig. 10-‐2, pg. 197) 7. Andy Goldsworthy, Ice Star (Fig. 10-‐3, pg. 197) 8. Anish Kapoor, Cloud Gate (Fig. 10-‐21, 207) 9. Maya Ying Lin, Vietnam Veterans Memorial (Fig. 10 -‐26, pg. 211) 10. Machu Picchu, Inca (Fig. 11-‐4, 216) 11. Eero Saarinen, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, Gateway Arch (Fig. 11 -‐7, pg. 217) 12. Gustave Eiffel, Eiffel Tower (Fig. 11-‐15, pg. 222) 13. Louis Sullivan, Wainwright Building, (Fig. 11 -‐17, pg. 223) 14. Frank Lloyd Wright, Kaufmann House (Fallingwater) (Fig. 11 -‐22, pg. 226) 15. Robert Arneson, Jackson Pollock, (Fig. 12-‐8, pg. 239) 16. Dale Chihuly, Icicle Creek, (Fig. 12-‐14, pg. 243) 17. Philippe Starck, Juicy Salif, (Fig. 12-‐32, 253) 18. Pont du Gard, (Fig. 14-‐22, pg. 315) 19. Pantheon, (Fig. 14-‐28, pg. 318) Version 2.0 Updated Summer 2015
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