Sculptorvox goes beyond the conventional idea of seeing sculpture as ‘object’ and delves into the inspirations, processes and careers of artists who work directly or indirectly with notions of three dimensions. Focusing on the work behind the work, it spans a range of issues and interests, including identity, politics, social history and the human body.
This issue is themed around ‘Blood and Wire’, representing the physical flesh, and the ways in which it is represented and displayed in art. In the words of editor-in-chief Daniel Hawley-Lingham, “It is the bond that ties, the desire to connect, the need to communicate and sometimes to simply be. It is about the stuff of human existence and the sometimes jarring experience of the human condition.”
In this issue: