On the Cover
Chiharu Shiota, Uncertain Journey, 2016. Red thread and iron boats, dimensions variable. Photo: Christian Glaeser, Courtesy the artist and Blain|Southern.
In this Issue...
The sculptors featured this month deal with complex relationships of the physical, natural, and cultural worlds, fusing object, line,
and shadow in unexpected ways: from Chiharu Shiota's resonant trajectories of memory and Sinead McKeever's complex upendings
of certainty to Monika Sosnowska's disorienting investigations of architectural elements, Soo Sunny Park's interactive manipulations
of light, form, and line, Naomi Campbell's engineered transformations of organic forms, and Tim Noble and Sue Webster's new
approach to the energy of disorder.
Also, in the print and digital version of December's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
December Online Feature: Imaginary Spaces Within: A Conversation with Soo Sunny Park
Starting with ordinary materials such as chain link fencing, Soo Sunny Park's sculptures and installations "catch" and interact with natural light...
Read The Entire Article Executive Director's Letter
Order comes from chaos, and from disorder there will again be order--this is the cycle of energy and creativity. It applies to nature
and art, as well as to individuals and organizations...