These articles seek to discuss and explore the ways in which Sculpture is ontologically constituted in the present, the different historical legacies and the construction of the sculptural imaginary. We invited the scientific and artistic community for a critical and transdisciplinary analysis of the repercussions that the multiple constitutions of what Sculpture is have, not only in the arts, but also outside the artistic sphere.

Author Biography

Pedro Soares Neves

Pedro Soares Neves (PhD), 1976, Lisbon. Multidisciplinary and post graduate academic training in design and architecture (Barcelona and Rome), and Lisbon University scholar. Specialized in participatory methodologies and informal visual signs in public space (eg, Graffiti and Street Art). Lecturer and urban designer / consultant at metropolitan and city scale (eg, project CRONO), co-responsible for adapting to Lisbon's exhibition "The Street Belongs to all of us" (IVM, Françoise Asher) and winner of the first prize for the “No Rules Great Spot” Oporto. Co creator and professor of “Non commissioned Public Art” workshop and scholar in Science and Technology Management in Faculty of Fine Arts University of Lisbon. Founder of the AP2 (Portuguese chapter of IAP2, International Association for Public Participation), APAURB (Portuguese Urban Art association), and of the Lisbon Urban Creativity Conference and ongoing associated International Research Topic (urbancreativity.org). Editor of the Urban Creativity Scientific Journals (journals.ap2) among other books.

How to Cite
Neves, P. (2022). Editorial. CAP - Public Art Journal, 4(2), 1 - 7. https://doi.org/10.48619/cap.v4i2.674