International Sculpture Center (ISC) recently announced that alumnus Ian Alexander Horn received honorable mention in the Outstanding Senior Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture for his senior thesis piece. Along with others, Horn will be recognized in the October 2010 issue of Sculpture Magazine, which ISC publishes, as well as the Grounds for Sculpture’s fall/winter exhibition catalogue.
Horn was one of 445 student entrants from 176 colleges and university sculpture programs in North America and abroad. The jury, paneled by Creighton Michael, Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, and Oliver Herring, reviewed over 1,100 images of sculptural works.
Horn graduated in May 2010 and was recognized as an outstanding senior in Fine Arts. His thesis work, which was a two-floor installation housed off-campus at the site of an old addressing and machining factory in Columbus, can be seen online at http://ccad.digication.com/Whitecellproductions in the section Adonta ta mele (her still singing limbs), 2 Crescent Lane.
For more information about the award program go to http://www.sculpture.org.