Held under the theme “The Poetics of Space,” this year’s symposium seeks to find a motivating platform for sculptors to explore the bonds between matter, emptiness, light and shadow, inspired by the surrounding environment.
The symposium will show various sculptures in an environment open to the public. The artworks will be exhibited from Dec. 2 to Dec. 6, before being moved to various outdoor locations across the city.
It will also include 12 panel discussions that will bring together renowned artists and sculptors to share their experiences with visitors, and introduce them to different sculpture trends and schools.
Other events and educational programs will also be offered to university and school students to learn more about sculpting materials, tools and techniques.