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[Documentation for Master of Fine Arts]

Fisher, Richard Percival 1990 , '[Documentation for Master of Fine Arts]', Coursework Master thesis, University of Tasmania.

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My preferred program would include an extension to my current work on
deconstruction. This would involve reasonably large scale figurative modelling
and use of positive and negative casts and moulds. The completed work would
be presented in the form of installations and would require the use of a wide
range of materials.
My work prior to and including the first three years of undergraduate studies has
primarily involved three dimensional functional design. The reason for
completing my final year in sculpture was the result of a growing awareness that
the limiting factors of design considerations, planning and fine craftsmanship
were negating the effects of immediacy and gesture which I desire in my
sculptural work. My current concentration on sculpture does not mean a
complete rejection of functional design. In view of this I would consider it
important to allow for some renegotiation of design ideas within program

Item Type: Thesis - Coursework Master
Authors/Creators:Fisher, Richard Percival
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Thesis (M.F.A.)--University of Tasmania, 1991. Includes bibliographical references

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