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Mathilde Roussel, Training Session (detail), 2015. Paper pulp, cardboard, glue, wire, and steel tubular structure, 150 x 60 x 40 cm.
In this Issue...
The artists in this issue explore that which lies beneath and beyond what the naked eye can perceive, from Mathilde Roussel's hanging skins and stacked muscles to Tania Kovats's time-based explorations of unknown spaces and Tom Bevan's insightful material exposes of the national psyche (both American and Northern Irish). This month, we also feature Dominique Moody's deft joining of aesthetics and practicality in her tiny nomadic house that doubles as social sculpture, Navjot Altaf's personal and political works across a range of media, and Martha Dimitropoulou's meditations on sustainable consumption.
Also, in the print and digital version of Jul/Aug's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
Jul/Aug Online Feature: Unknown Extremes: A Conversation with Tania Kovats
Tania Kovats's work encompasses sculpture, installation, and
large-scale, time-based projects that investigate the layered
aspects of landscape—that which lies beneath and beyond what
is perceived with the naked eye. These unknown spaces...
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The artists in this issue explore that which lies beneath and beyond what the naked eye can perceive, from Mathilde Roussel's hanging skins and stacked muscles to Tania Kovats's...