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Bharti Kher, Dominate, 2011. Cotton saris, resin, and wooden chair, 84 x 61 x 56 cm. .
In this Issue...
In this issue, we focus on art situated in particular contexts: from Bharti Kher's interest in human interaction and Tania Bruguera’s visceral confrontations with culture and politics to Arnaldo Morales’s industrial-organic hybrids, Jaewook Lee's sculptural relationships in space, Julianne Swartz's use of sound to take the experience of art beyond the visible, and Jarrett Mellenbruch’s fusion of use-value and aesthetics in works as diverse as custom-designed hives for wild bees and tools to map the spread of disease.
Also, in the print and digital version of May's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
May Online Feature: Real Consequences: A Conversation with Tania Bruguera
In October 2016, at the Creative Time Summit in Washington, DC, Tania
Bruguera, whose projects merge social reality, culture, and politics,
announced her candidacy for president of Cuba in the 2018 election. She
encourages others to follow her example-to speak up and empower
themselves-because the clock is ticking on free speech around the world,
as freedom of expression battles the politics of repression and control....
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In this issue, we focus on art situated in particular contexts:from Bharti Kher's interest in human interaction...