These explorations with Logifaces were done in Jyväskylä’s Viitaniemi School during the schoolyear 2020/21 at Leena Kuorikoski‘s arts class with 14-15 year old students.
Logifaces and shading
Description: shading, directions of shade.
- Assemble a composition from Logifaces blocks.
- Depict your piece of work in a strong side light, so that it receives strong shades.
- Draw the composition and its shades with a pencil.
- Notice how light creates different color tones and how it becomes 3D due to the shades.
Logifaces clay boxes
- Build clay boxes using Logifaces shapes as inspiration.
- You can make small clay boxes by molding the clay into a geometric shape and cutting the lid with iron wire. The piece is carved out (about 1 cm deep).
- When choosing a size and shape, consider the purpose for which you are making the box.
- The clay paint is applied to the skin-dry clay.
- After raw incineration, you can glaze your work, depending on the use of the box.
Wall art – folded pyramids
- Create a continuous model with 16 Logifaces pieces.
- Fold A4 paper sheets into pyramid pairs according to the image.
- Create your simplified Logifaces model from paper pyramids.
- Hang your artwork on the wall and see what kind of variations your classmates have created.
Project coordinator: Planbureau Kft, Budapest, Hungary
Akademisches Gymnasium, Wien, Austria
Experience Workshop ay, Jyväskylä, Finland
Universität Linz, Austria
Lauder Javne Zsidó Közösségi Óvoda, Általános Iskola, Középiskola és Zenei Alapfokú Művészeti Iskola, Hungary
Osnovna i srednja skola sa domom ucenika Petro Kuzmjak, Serbia
Erasmus+ 2019-1-HU01-KA201-061272, 2019-2022