MUTATIONS: Contemporary Sculpture in Context
The 3-D Foundation is pleased to present MUTATIONS at the Verbier 3-D Sculpture Park from 5 July 2014. This exhibition presents five new works by Andrea Hasler, Bureau A, Eve Bailey and Tarik Hayward created during the biennial six-week Artist Residency that occurred from the end of May until the beginning of July in Verbier, Switzerland. The exhibition celebrates the development of monumental sculpture in the context of the Alps and is part of the Label’Art 2014 initiative in Valais. The curatorial premise for the 2014 3-D Artist Residency was MUTATIONS by London (Tate) curator Paul Goodwin: What are the emerging forms of mutation in contemporary art practices? How can contemporary art transform our understanding of the complex entanglements caused by proliferating mutations in the environment and society? Can artists mutate/remix/re-vision our understanding of society, environment and culture? Other sculptures in the park include those by Donna Dodson, Jonathan H. Wright, Etienne Krahenbuhl, Zak Ové, Kiki Thompson, Julien Marolf, Josette Taramarcaz, and Andy Moerlein.