This course is a step towards understanding of three dimensionality through complex object making. It deals with materials and processes, critically questioning and re-evaluating how sculpture can be relevant in creating meaningful form and conceptual solutions. Through this course diverse methods of developing and fabricating objects for ‘sculpture-making’ are explored. At the end of the course students are equipped with tools for discovering formal and conceptual solutions of three-dimensionality. The projects are developed to give students substantial experience with a broad range of conventional and unconventional materials and methods, to develop a position for their work in contemporary art practice.