Courses & Units

Textiles: 3D Techniques FFX302


Subject to enrolment quota.


This unit provides students with a theoretical and technical introduction to the design and production of textile structures that may be inspired by architectural and/or couture approaches. By constructing, deconstructing and reconstructing sculptural textile forms, students will reshape silhouette and investigate new ways of navigating the body through space. Innovative construction methods and materials will be studied to identify the place of textiles in contemporary art and its position as a medium for spatial form, with emphasis on investigative and explorative studio practices.


Unit name Textiles: 3D Techniques
Unit code FFX302
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts
Discipline Arts

Teaching staff

Mae Finlayson

Level Advanced
Available as student elective? Yes
Breadth Unit? No


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Band Field of Education
1 100505

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Teaching Pattern

3 hr studio session weekly including lecture/demonstration, individual supervision and group critiques (13 wks)


Project 1  (20%);     Project 2  (20%) ;   Project 3  (30%) ;    Written Statement 500 words (15%)  ;   Journal  (15%)

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