Raucous Reality

Terry Allen’s Road Angel by Veronica Ceci Road Angel was only beckoning in comparative softness towards inevitable raucous reality. Terry Allen’s new artwork on the grounds of The Contemporary Austin at Laguna Gloria was experienced by my ears before the rest of me. My eyes were busy with John Grade’s Canopy Tower, a nearby work, … Continue reading Raucous Reality

BEYOND BENDING

Broadening Horizons in Robotic-Assisted Architecture by Joel Nolan In his trip to South America, Bruce Chatwin, acclaimed British travel writer, encountered Maria Reiche, a German archeologist walking the desert carrying an aluminum ladder on her shoulder. She was there studying the Nazca Lines, a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in Southern … Continue reading BEYOND BENDING

Contemporary Sculpture

Speaking Silence by Judith Taylor The contemplative nature of contemporary sculpture is to a large degree driven by the language of silence. Artists meld form and material seamlessly to create objects that engage and spark our curiosity. Christine Finkelstein, in her article “Studying Contemporary Sculpture” (Sculpture magazine) reinforces this idea of contemplation when she says, … Continue reading Contemporary Sculpture