The course highlights art fabrication with a wide variety of materials with sculptural and spatial concern. To think art object as an empowering representation in contemporary art, this course enable students to consider sculpture as a unique discipline in terms of its materiality, cultural and historical context, and reflective practice. The studio-based class will study both tangible and intangible form grounded in material and techniques, and explore the transition of object as a physical mass to multifaceted artefact of subjectivity. Through class critique and exhibition, students will work closely with faculty and peers on developing their own sculptural language in response to various topics. By the end of the course, students will gain skills including woodcraft, wielding, casting, moulding, rapid-prototyping, sculptural fabrication with readymade objects, integrating new media gadgets, mechanical devises, photography, screen-based media, etc.