Friday, November 6, 2015
10am - 11.15am
Arizona State University Tempe Campus
Bringing together artists who each incorporate aspects of wanderlust and physical mobility in their creative process, this panel will discuss the specific strategies and experiences of artists who situate their works in a nomadic context as part of the exploration of New Frontiers in Sculpture for the 25th International Sculpture Conference being held in Phoenix November 4-7, 2015.
Reacting against the historically permanent and monumental nature of sculpture, many artists are incorporating mobility into their practice as a way to actively engage a variety of populations. This physical mobility allows the artists to transgress economic and cultural barriers to forge new networks and insights along the way.
For more information on this panel discussion and full artist biography's click here.
Outwardly Mobile: Wanderlust and Physical Mobility in Contemporary Sculptural Practice is one component of the larger 25th International Sculpture Conference: New Frontiers in Sculpture being held from Wednesday November 4 to Saturday November 7 in Phoenix, Arizona. For more general information on the conference, a guide to travel and accommodation, full schedule of events and registration details click here.