Sculpting is essentially a process of transformation taking a shape or a structure and give it life, making an abstract object or a personified figure and bringing them into the light. To expose and revile the magic that is hidden in a material or shape, which has not yet manifested, and let it dance.
Too me sculpture is Expressing creativity through sculpting as a form of Meditative Art. As sculpting in essence is an act of transformation and change,
sculpture knows no boundaries. In the world of art sculpture is a zone of enormous creative freedom. Where anything has the potential to be art
Traditional Idea's about sculpture have adapted in an ever changing world
Art has been reinvented
Sculpture has changed dramatically in the modern era Its became more than a means of
representing a dignitary, decorating a building or commemorating an event. Although it could
still do these things, sculptors began to push the boundaries at the beginning of the Twentieth
Century and began to redefine sculpture itself.
Sculptors began to experiment with new media, to explore the properties of different materials –
often allowing material to dictate the form of the object produced.
Sculpture could be a vehicle for expressing an emotion or feelings about a subject rather than
merely representing it visually.
One artist who I have recently Seen Who I belive stands for what sculpture has become
an icon of
Contemporary sculpture In London
is Sarah Lucas
She continues to inspire and break boundaries
The most recent of Her works I have seen Are the Sculptures Facing out from the entrance of The Space Between, (the title given to the recent rehang of the Tate’s contemporary collection) kneels a disfigured male, with disarmingly large, erect phallus protruding heavenward from between his legs. The work, NUC CYCLADIC (2010) is one of three pieces on display by Sarah Lucas, each a small sculpture stood atop two breeze blocks, which...