Sculpture Shock: Site specific interventions in subterranean, ambulatory and historic contexts (Paperback)
  • Sculpture Shock: Site specific interventions in subterranean, ambulatory and historic contexts (Paperback)
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Sculpture Shock: Site specific interventions in subterranean, ambulatory and historic contexts (Paperback)

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Paperback 128 Pages / Published: 16/03/2017
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Revealing the processes and production of nine artists during the ground breaking Sculpture Shock award (2013-2015) for temporary site-specific interventions. It took sculpture out of the often clinical confines of the gallery space and into non-traditional environments, with a view to reintegrating art into everyday life.The site-specific interventions took the form of installation, performance, socially engaged and object-based work in media as diverse as light, sound and text into unusual sites: subterranean (the unseen world beneath our city), ambulatory (without physical confines in movement through space and time) and historic (an illustrious building in London). This richly illustrated publication is contextualised throughout by: Dave Beech, writer, curator and Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art; Richard Cork, British art historian, editor, critic and broadcaster; and Sarah Kent, former visual arts editor of Time Out and the ICA's Director of Exhibitions.

Publisher: Black Dog Press
ISBN: 9781911164180
Number of pages: 128
Dimensions: 279 x 229 mm

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