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March 2003 Vol.22 No.2
A publication of the International Sculpture Center


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On the Cover
Ursula von Rydingsvard, katul katul, 199-2001. Plastic and aluminum, 52 x 40 ft. in dia..
Work installed at Queens County Family Courthouse.


Timeless Psychological Forms: A Conversation with Ursula von Rydingsvard
Ursula von Rydingsvard’s sculpture combines tactile and emotional experiences.
by Jan Garden Castro

Architecture & Sculptors: The Rewards, The Frustrations
Four sculptors discuss sculptor/architect collaborations and the commissions process.
by Victor M. Cassidy

A Dialogue with Architecture: Carsten Höller
His work blurs the distinctions between sculpture, architecture, and other media.
by Anja Chávez

The Next Chapter: Building the SculptureCenter
A landmark sculpture organization moves into its new landmark building.
by Deborah Everett

Bringing Art to the People: A Conversation with Mary Jane Jacob
In Jacob’s projects, art goes public and encounters diverse audience interaction.
by Carolee Thea


Forum: How Do Sculptors and Architects Collaborate? by Richard Bailey
Ravinder Reddy by Collette Chattopadhyay
Patrick Zentz by Byron Clercx
Tulio Romano by Ricardo Pau-Llosa
ISC News


Washington, DC: Kendall Buster and Ernesto Neto
San Francisco: Nick Bertoni and Laetitia Sonami
Middletown, CT: Yannis Ziogas
Miami Beach: “globe>miami<island”
Stockbridge, MA: Susan Graham and Julianne Swartz
New York, NY: Contemporary Sculpture 2002
New York, NY: Yoko Inoue
New York, NY: Virginia Maksymowicz
New York, NY:
Yinka Shonibare
Richmond, VA: Lawrence Fane
Seattle, WA: “Gene(sis)”
Berlin, Germany: “Waxen Identities”
Negev, Israel: “The Boundaries of Sculpture”
Dispatch: “Sculpture at Evergreen”

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