Sculpture: Adventure and Access

Sometimes I read trauma in Chen Qiulin’s frozen collapsing bodies, figures kept suspended in the moments before their ends. In certain viewings, I may interpret Tip Toland as a sculptor who translates the common-yet-pitiful faces of Eugène Ionesco characters onto clay. I could also look at Guy Rushton’s work and see emphasis of scene properlyContinue reading “Sculpture: Adventure and Access”