This course is for students who are interested in exploring the construction of space, both literally and with concern to the language of space as material itself. We will look at the internal space of the body and what it means to make artwork that challenges the limits of the body in its environment. Although the world we live in is ever expanding into the digital and virtual field, this course explore tactility; the immediacy of materials that can be played with, manipulated and displayed. The material of space can sometimes seem irrevocable, yet as artists our role is to play and to see what it might mean to treat steel like paper or concrete like water. Through the course you will develop your voice as an artist, explore your own language and how you might begin to communicate to your audience. Tutors will take you through some of the planning processes of making large scale works and the idea of making proposals, both with a view to realising the work and the idea of proposal as artwork.