International Sculpture Center

   
Sculpture Magazine

March 2000 Vol.19 No.2
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


Patrick Dougherty, Be It Ever So Humble, 1999. Maple saplings, 16 ft. circumference. Photograph by Star Kotowski.

Features


Linear Energy: An Interview with Patrick Dougherty
Dougherty creates dynamic sculptures from natural materials, saplings and sticks.
by Roberta Sokolitz

From Walk to Text: On Richard Long
Long’s work includes objects, movements, texts, and marking the earth’s surface.
by Ian Tromp

Doug Buis: Mechanical Botanical
Buis’s installations explore the meeting of technology and the environment.
by John Grande

Environment, Audience, and Public Art in the New World (Order)
Issues of the environment have informed the work of many contemporary artists.
by Mara Adamitz Scrupe

Betsy Damon: Living Water Garden
An American artist’s public project in China includes art, education, and reclamation.
by Terri Cohn

Departments


News
Focus: Ginny Ruffner by Jan Garden Castro
Site: Jan Dibbet’s Hidden Memorial by Dana Mouton Cibulski
Site: The Morris Arboretum by Robert Preece
Commissions

Reviews


San Francisco: Michael Lucero
San Francisco: Alain Kirili
Baltimore: Angelos Antonopoulos, Effie Halivopoulou, Yannis Ziogas
New York: Cornelia Parker
Purchase, NY: 1999 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art
Vienna: Jannis Kounellis
Bologna: Bernhard Rüdiger
Trnava, Slovakia: Karol Weisslechner, Vladimír Kordos
Singapore: “Provocative Things”
Dispatch: Installations by Asian Artists at the Mattress Factory
Dispatch: Vienna


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