From the outside (Welt), 2017. Metal and glazed ceramic, 220 x 324 x 40 cm.

Epiphanies of the Moment: Lisa Seebach

Lisa Seebach, a German artist whose home studio is about an hour away from Berlin, spent the better part of 2017 as a resident at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), a nonprofit space in East Williamsburg in Brooklyn. Her first solo show in the United States, recently on view at New York’s TURN Gallery, featured a remarkable body of work produced in both Germany and America. Seebach’s improvisatory steel sculptures are linear and volumetric at once, without obvious historical precedent. The combination of line and volume leads toward what can be described as drawing in three dimensions, but at the same time, the space occupied by the forms is expansive, more or less installational.…see the entire article in the print version of January/February’s Sculpture magazine.