“I just wanted to be sure I didn’t get caught not expressing what I thought was important to me. That can easily happen, because you can easily get discouraged by not being allowed to participate, or just being ignored, when you know your work is beyond ignoring.”
Chat Travieso on creating in New York City, his adaptation of the found object and the importance of an optimistic attitude to the future.
Philosopher David Carrier has a special understanding for sculptor David Rabinowitch’s influences: Hume, Spinoza and Wittgenstein. Based on an interview, a text on philosophy, sculpture and Rabinowitch’s methodology.
Stainless steel sculpture with electric motor and speed control, Corner Basher by Liz Larner.
Brass, steel, and plastic electric menorah by R. M. Fischer. This piece appears in the portfolio Furniture Designed by Artists, curated by Ursula Helman.
Two installations, Dniee and Lucifer Landing (Reel Snake In Imaginary Garden), by Richard Nonas.
A sculpture of beeswax, steel, wool, and corn in Belljar, titled Hand Masher, by Garnett Puett.
Two sculptures utilizing steel, fiberglass, hydrocal, paint, aluminum, and oil, Fish Jumping Out Of Its Skin and PCB’s In The Hudson.