Sculpture biennale explores place across time

What will a sculpture biennale look like if it’s more engaged, critical and reflective? The 2022 Lorne Sculpture Biennale takes a step in this direction.

Under the helm of co-founder and Artistic Director Graeme Wilkie, the 2022 Lorne Sculpture Biennale will be undertaking a new curatorial model that positions the sculpture show as site and context led.

The Lorne foreshore – a growing tourist destination along the Great Ocean Road – will be split into 16 precincts, each with a title and framework where participating artists will have the freedom to experiment, under the overarching theme ‘Spirit of Place’.

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Celina Lei is an Arts Writer at ArtsHub. She acquired her masters in Art, Law and Business in New York with a B.A. in Art History and Philosophy from the University of Melbourne. She has previously worked across global art hubs in Beijing, Hong Kong and New York in both the commercial art sector and art criticism. Prior to joining ArtsHub, she was an editorial assistant at the Hong Kong based ArtAsiaPacific magazine and is an art host on independent Instagram platform Club Ambroise. Celina is based in Naarm/Melbourne, Victoria. Instagram: @lleizy_