Think sculpture is the stuff you trip over while angling for a better view of the paintings? Wrong. If the six events featured in this publication are any indication, it’s sculpture that’s tripping – tripping out of its three-dimensional form as it wrestles with the conditions of its own possibility. What are the realities of sculptural practice today? What does it take to not only survive but also thrive as sculptors? What are sculptural resources and what do we mean when we speak about ‘material,’ ‘skill,’ ‘ambition,’ ‘space to work’ and ‘making a living’? These were some of the issues at stake in On Your Marks, Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre’s nomadic season of events that took place in and around London between June 2013 and January 2014.