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Espace #116 – Digital
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  Espace Numérique
published in June 2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
21,9 x 27,8 cm (softcover)
128 pages (ill.)
€10.00
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Sculpture in a Digital World: “Digital Fabrications”; “Assembling the Post-Fordist Social Factory”; “Sculptors And Technology: Beyond The Digital”; Null Object: Gustav Metzger Thinks About Nothing by London Fieldworks; Jesse Colin Jackson's Marching Cubes; the 3D Additivist Cookbook; interviews with Grégory Chatonsky & Dominique Sirois, Erika Lincoln; the 6th edition of La Littorale; reviews and selected publications…
Over the last few decades, digital technology has become an essential part of the visual arts, particularly in sculptural and installation practices. But how do these digital technologies affect sculpture, especially when it comes to 3D printing? How are artists able to develop their critical, if not visionary, eye on these new technical possibilities? This current issue of Espace art actuel seeks to answer these questions.
Founded in 1987 in Montreal, Espace art actuel is an essential bilingual magazine for the promotion of contemporary art in the field of sculpture, installation and all other art forms associated with the notion of spatiality. Published three times a year (January, May, September) by Centre de diffusion 3D in Montreal, the magazine offers greater visibility to artists from Quebec and across Canada and contributes to the vitality of the local art scene. Since December 2013, Espace magazine has been led by André-Louis Paré.