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Public art

Art in outdoor spaces, these are arts that is intended to see in public.

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Community-based art

Refers to artistic activity based in community setting

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Municipal art

typically located in plazas, squares, school institutions. it instills the patriotism and nationalism of filipinos.

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Commemorative monuments

Sculptures who are honored for heroism

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Campaign-based art

This art promotes an idea of making visible reminders to public

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Land art

Monumental earthworks that interacts with nature and the environment

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Photography

the art or practice of taking and processing photographs.

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Nature photography

Photographs that enables us to view landscapes.

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Photography and reality

can also present reality in its true form to describe a scene

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Photographic alteration

can show the illusion and this challenge the standpoint of fidelity of appearance

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Mobile photography

taking pictures using mobile phones

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Digital art

an art form that uses digital technology

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Non-figurative digital art

it is a type of digital artdisregards figures and uses geometric shapes, lines, spaces, and movements.

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Fantasy digital art

it is a type of digital art that took inspiration from myths, legends

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Digital art as a design

it is a type of digital art that is used in business and commercial industry

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modeling

It is an addictive process; modeled sculptures are created when a soft or malleable material such as clay is built using an armature then shaped to create a form.

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carving

It is a subtractive process where the material is systematically eliminated from the outside.

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casting

It is made permanent with plaster of paris.

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assembling

Sculptors gather and put together different materials, including found objects to create an assembled sculpture.

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modeling, carving, casting, assembling

4 Basic Techniques in Sculptures

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stone, metal, terracotta clay, wood, bronze, resin

6 materials in sculptures

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monolithic sculpture

a style in contemporary sculpture where The materials are limited only by the material shapes and sizes

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constructivism sculpture

a style in contemporary sculpture where Figurative sculpture in harmony with physics and science, engineering, mathematics, geometry.

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sculptural assemblage

a style in contemporary sculpture where Materials put together through single attachment.

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kinetic art

a style in contemporary sculpture where Sculpture in mechanical motion.

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niche

a style in contemporary sculpture where Sculpture found in wall.

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boxes

a style in contemporary sculpture where It is closed and can become a package, A portable container for something worth keeping.

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grotto

a style in contemporary sculpture where Sculpture that are associated with the wall and is more like a room.

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monolithic sculpture, constructivism sculpture, sculptural assemblage, kinetic art, niche, boxes, grotto

7 styles in contemporary structure

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site, function, clients, workmanship, climate, materials, building codes

7 Factors must be considered to avoid Architectural problem.

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biomorphic architecture

Is designed with patterns or shapes inspired by living organisms.

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Environmental-Friendly architecture

Artists promote environmental awareness through their creative work. Consider the connection between outdoor and indoor landscape while integrating nature into the structure.

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skycrapers

Are immensely tall buildings found in densely populated cities.

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photojournalism

A type of photo used in journalism.

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stone, wood, bricks, ferro-concrete, wood, cast-iron, steel

6 Materials in Contemporary Architecture

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post and lintel

It consists of two vertical supports bridged by a horizontal beam and creates a strong emphasis on the walls of modern buildings.

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cantilever

Is the horizontal beam or slab that juts out into a space beyond its supporting post.

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truss system

Is an application of the geometric fact that no angle of a triangle can be changed without altering the dimensions of the sides.

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arch

Is used to support bridges and viaducts and is used in association with large domical and vaulted structure.

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dome

A cylindrical drum over a circular foundation creating a sense of enclosure and solidarity.

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shell structure

It encloses a great deal of space with a minimum use of materials.

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solar panels

Generate electricity that can provide power to the entire building.

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