Used paralon pipes as materials for the creation of 3-dimensional fine art


  • Imam Zaini Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Nur Wakhid Hidayatno Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Muhammad Widyan Ardani Universitas Negeri Surabaya



Art creation, Fine Art, 3-Dimensional, Used pipe


Fine arts study program in Unesa, including the new study program (2015 batch I). At the beginning of the study, students are provided with a 3-Dimensional Basic Art course. In the next semester students are asked to choose 2 specializations, namely; art studies and art creation. Until now, the interest in the creation of 3-dimensional art is very minimal compared to the voters of the creation of 2-dimensional art, even the 2018 batch of students did not choose (0) at all. This is the researcher's consideration to find alternative materials that can be used to create 3-dimensional works of pure art with used pipes. The research objectives; (1) to know and describe the process of making 3-dimensional works of art from used pipes. (2) to visualize/realize the form of 3-dimensional fine art from used pipes. This research uses the creative method of 'Design Thinking' through exploration and experimentation of materials, shapes, sizes, techniques, and construction. The research was carried out on students of the pure fine arts study program class of 2021, a total of 26 people. Data collection techniques; observation, interviews, documentation. Data validity through triangulation of sources and results/products. The results of (1) the process of making 3-dimensional works of art with used pipe materials are to find used pipe materials of various sizes, types, tools, techniques, and finishing works, from various trash cans or landfills. (2) 6 works of 3dimensional fine art from used pipes of various sizes and types of used pipes can be produced


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Zaini, Imam, Nur Wakhid Hidayatno, and Muhammad Widyan Ardani. 2022. “Used Paralon Pipes As Materials for the Creation of 3-Dimensional Fine Art”. IICACS : International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Arts Creation and Studies 4 (1):9-17.