The Language of Mixed-Media Sculpture is both a survey and a celebration of contemporary approaches to sculptures that are formed from more than one material. It profiles the discipline in all its expanded forms and recognizes sculpture in the twenty-first century not as something solid and static, but rather as a fluid interface in material, time and space. It gives insightful revelations of the creative journeys of ten renowned sculptors and showcases twenty-eight international sculptors. With over two hundred colour photographs, this sumptuously illustrated volume will inspire those intrigued by and interested in contemporary sculpture.
Jac Scott is a nationally renowned artist specializing in issue-led sculpture informed by science and philosophy. A member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, she is a prolific sculptor who has won many commissions from the public and corporate sectors, and is a recipient of numerous awards from art and environmental organizations. She holds an extensive exhibition portfolio of solo and group shows, and is the author of Textile Perspectives in Mixed-Media Sculpture, also published by Crowood.