Intersection: Sculpture, Landscape, Architecture

This course will expose you to artists and architects who established the zone between the disciplines of art and architecture from the 1960's to the present. This group began working directly with materials, thinking ecologically, and designing for human interaction. Our readings will expose you to the artist and architects practicing today and the philosophical ideas that support designing humanistic spaces.

You will learn to closely study and try to meet the psychological and physical needs of the citizen using spaces and how materials and the quality of space can impact those needs. The course will enable you to creatively respond to the environmental and community issues we face in order to design places for human interaction. We will work closely with Architecture for Humanity, to build with citizens and the environment in mind. Visit the course website.