Sculpture and literature are often separated by a disciplinary divide but have also come together in works and ideas as wide-ranging as monuments, essays and performances. This two-day conference highlighted current postgraduate and early doctoral research from around the world that explores the stakes of working at the intersection of sculpture and the literary arts of fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction.

20–21 Oct 202110:00–16:00GMT

Online via Zoom

This was a New Voices event, co-organised with the Doctoral and Early Career Research Committee of the Association for Art History, UK. Hosted by the Henry Moore Institute in partnership with University of Leeds.