On the Cover
Lisa Seebach, So far (Will disappear) 2016. Steel, varnish, and glazed ceramics, 185 x 147 x 210 cm. Photo: Achim Kukulies.
In this Issue...
This issue features a line-up of international artists who explore the accidental and ephemeral. Lisa Seebach strikes a balance between
control and improvisation in metal, ceramic, and mixed-media compositions. Lizi Sánchez creates provisional sculptures whose forms can
continually alter in configuration. Silvia Rivas throws time into the equation, with video installations that manifest duration at a material
level, while Isabel Nuņo de Buen constructs environments as malleable and constant as the architecture, experiences, and memories that
inspire her. Chung Seoyoung emphasizes the arbitrary and rootless nature of things, and finally, Alisa Baremboym plays the illusion of
perfection off an imperfect reality, creating enigmatic ceramic sculptures that masquerade as something else.
Also, in the print and digital version of January/February's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
January/February Online Feature: Very Serious Play A Conversation with Jess Benjamin
Nebraska-born sculptor Jess Benjamin creates work with an austere sensibility and eloquent narrative that is inextricably tied to the land - more specifically to the water - of her home state...