On the Cover Andre Woodward, Darklands (1-3), 2011. Asphalt, audio electronics, mortar, MP3 player, olive trees, and steel, dimensions variable. Photo: John Santoni.
In this Issue... The May issue of Sculpture explores the conceptual dimension of objects, with Andre Woodward’s paradoxical fusions of natural and manmade, living and dead; Susan Hiller’s soundings of consciousness and existence; Manon Awst & Benjamin Walther’s stagings of unusual materials, and Erwin Wurm’s perverse twists on the body and architecture. In addition: the performances/installations/artifacts of Corin Hewitt and a tour of Sculpture by the Sea. This month’s reviews range from the U.S. to Denmark and Ireland, and as always, current exhibition coverage previews exciting shows around the world.
Also, in the print and digital version of May's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
May Full Feature Article: Andre Woodward: A Living Thing Shouldn’t Be There Andre Woodward finds strange beauty in unexpected places... Click here to read the entire article with audio/video extras.
Chairman's Letter October may seem a long time away, but I would like to offer my perspective on why you should begin planning now to attend our International Sculpture Conference...read more from May's Chairman's Letter.