Blood and wire represents the physical flesh, the visceral manifestation of being, assembled, realised, created and displayed. It is the bond that ties, the desire to connect, the need to communicate and sometimes to simply be. It is about the stuff of human existence and the sometimes jarring experience of the human condition.
Volume 2 spans the subtlety and nuances of identity, politics, social interaction, social history, personal endeavour, observation, and the human body.Cover art Katerina Sadovsky & Lilia Li-Mi-Yan
Beautiful and very poetic new publication focused on the stories behind artworks, examining the boundaries between media and thinking about the point at which an action becomes a sculpture Reader review