The Miraculous Resurrection of sculpture network! By Anne Berk
Dear sculpture friends, On the 14th March, you were invited to an extraordinary meeting hosted by sculpture network. After being dissolved in October 2020, sculpture network was brought to life again by the Think Tank on the 14th of March 2021. This group of inspired and dedicated people succeeded in making a plan to revive sculpture network. It’s a miracle!
Fire, Fog, Light & Electricity. REPORT OF THE ONLINE CLUB
Sculpture doesn’t have to be for eternity. Elo Liiv (EE) and Judith Mann (DE) show the potential of ephemeral materials for creating sculpture.
Back to the Future
In Katharina Andress‘ sculptures ancient craft meets the human being of the future. The artist condenses questions of Post- and Transhumanism into timeless figures. A conversation about paint-gilding, technoid fashion, prosthetics and rabbit-skin glue.
Our Online-Events: a Digital Meeting Place
sculpture netowrk online-events are an easy way to network and share your ideas with soulmates across the border.
Save it! About Water, Value and Art
There is nothing as soothing as simply looking at water. At the banks of the river Isar in Munich, at the shores of Lake Maggiore or at the Atlantic coast. You can just hang on to your thoughts and listen to the gentle sound of the waves or the calm flow of the river. Inevitably, the big questions of life will eventually surface.
Politische Skulptur in Spanien. Über Erinnerung, Demokratie und kritische Blicke
Nach dem Bürgerkrieg zitterte Spanien von 1936-1975 unter General Francos Diktatur. Avelino Sala, Künstler, Kurator und Herausgeber, zeigt wie spanische Kunstschaffende dieses dunkle Kapitel der spanischen Geschichte, das nur zu oft übergangen wird, aufarbeiten.
Transformation of the Landscape Materialized in Dutch Land Art by Bob Gramsma
The Netherlands have been shaped by the struggle against water. Sea became land in Flevoland. This transformation is the reason for Land Art Flevoland, a series of nine land art works. The impressive concrete Riff, PD #18245 by Bob Gramsma (1963, CH/NL) was unveiled in 2019. With his work, Gramsma wants to show the traces of the reclamation.
Die Ketzerei von Kristof (Teil 1)
Über Denkmäler, den schlechten Geschmack der derzeitigen Regierungspartei in Polen und meinen wenig ausgeprägten Sinn für Humor.
Ideen online austauschen: Bericht über The Online Club
Für die 6. Ausgabe des Online Club präsentierten zwei sculpture network Mitglieder Gemeinschaftsprojekte, die sich um Naturkunst und unkonventionelle Herangehensweisen an Zeit, Landschaft und Verbundensein drehen. Als Reaktion auf die Einschränkungen während des Covid-Lockdowns rief sculpture network den Online Club ins Leben. Dieser erlaubte es Teilnehmenden auf der ganzen Welt sich zu treffen, Ideen auszutauschen und sich ihre Begeisterung für Kunst gegenseitig zu vermitteln.
Do Not Touch!
The instruction "Do not touch!" was once most commonly found in museums and galleries. The fact that it has spread to our entire lives in the wake of the Corona crisis is a huge challenge for all of us. This calls for a reflection on the value of touch— for us as humans and in art.
The Female Gaze: Voyeurism Redefined
There are some shared aspects of the female experience that are collectively understood, if not always spoken. Voyeurism, or the male gaze, which has likely existed since the dawn of artistic development in humans, is one such phenomenon.
EUROPEAN SCULPTURE PATH - VISIONS FOR EUROPE
Europe is currently facing major challenges. The corona crisis affects and concerns us all, and, at the moment, makes us forget about many other issues. However - and equally so - the increasingly nationalistic tendencies in a number of countries, our handling of refugees, the rapidly progressing climate change and, hence, the question of how we want to use our resources in the future require courageous and clear decisions. The idea and effectiveness of a united Europe is constantly being called into question.