An investigation of three-dimensional objects and spaces in art and design. Students will work fluidly across three-dimensional and four-dimensional processes and across material-based and digital-based projects. This studio course will cultivate a student's ability to perceive, think, visualize, design, build, and reflect. Students will acquire a broad skill set of fabrication techniques, working with traditional and 21st century materials, including paper, wood, wire, clay, plaster, mixed media, video, sound, digital 3D designs, and others. Through organizing visual and other sensory elements, students will learn formal and conceptual principles of three-dimensional design. Projects will emphasize which convey meaningful messages.