“Sculpture performs in some ways like objects in the world that are not sculpture. But as a language, it enables this constant manipulation between something being there to disrupt our relationship with place, space and time and for it to also be re-forming itself, to be constantly metamorphosing, as we encounter and walk around it.” – says Phyllida Barlow (1). We want to know more: How do we metamorphose ourselves when encountering sculpture? A series of free public guided tours with our team, and two young artists, will devise and discuss this experience.
With Seline Fülscher (Art Educator)