Sculpture Art (MA)
Professor : David Evrard
This course is about creating an economy that allows students to engage in a professional relationship with their practice. They organise the workshop. They create works alone and in co-operation. They work on an internal (workshop events) as well as on an external (they can for example save to buy magazines, share references, etc.) documentation. They are confronted with public situations and are lead to initiate and reflect on them. Students are invited to start their individual practice in an effective relationship with others, be it other students, the professional world, or other agencies. This relationship with otherness is essential to the course. Of course, this feature is translated in the relationship with techniques, materials and spaces that can be engaged in the sculptural practice.