Synopses & Reviews
Where is Production?
is the first instalment of Black Dog Publishings series Inquiries into Contemporary Sculpture
that explores what constitutes, excites, entangles, and necessitates ideas and questions around sculpture.
Each volume in the series chooses a different line of inquiry, aided by a select group of artists, curators and historians. Where is Production? is an exploration into the mediums modes and sites of production. It questions the meaning of the word production itself, what it encompasses, and how it informs and leads sculptural practice today.
With contributions by SculptureCenter members of staff Mary Ceruti, the Executive Director and Chief Curator, and Ruba Katrib, Curator alongside artist Carol Bove and Editor-in-chief of Artforum magazine Michelle Kuo, amongst others. Where is Production? is an insightful, thought-provoking look at contemporary sculpture, for those interested in the field and contemporary art as a whole.
The SculptureCenter is a not-for-profit arts institution in Long Island City, New York, dedicated to experimental and innovative developments in contemporary sculpture.
About the Author
Mary Ceruti is the Executive Director and Chief Curator at the SculptureCenter, where she oversees all aspects of the program and planning. Ceruti has curated numerous exhibitions and special projects nationally.
Ruba Katrib is curator at the SculptureCenter and is responsible for the organisation of exhibitions, education programs and publications. Katrib previously worked as Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Miami.
Carol Bove is an artist who specialises in found object assemblages. Bove is represented by David Zwirner and Maccorone, both New York, and has exhibited internationally.
Michelle Kuo has been Editor-in-chief of Artforum since 2010, and Senior Editor since 2008. A Harvard graduate, Kuo is also a writer and curator.