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Minimalism, Theatricality and Architecture: The Expanded Field of Sculpture. Sculpture inherently creates certain forms of interaction with the viewer: an.

In haar artikel 'Sculpture in the expanded field' gaat Krauss allereerst in op het feit dat een definitie voor sculptuur zo moeilijk te geven is. Sculptuur is geen.

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Krauss, Rosalind. Sculpture in the Expanded Field. October Vol 8 (Spring 1979): 30-44. The author is an art critic/theorist and this article from the late 1970’s discusses relatively recent changes is sculptural practice to include a much wider and diverse ouvre than was previously the case.

The move comes amid increased global interest in this field of collecting, says Timothy Klingender, the auction house’s senior consultant for Australian art. Klingender said that Sotheby’s newly.

Writing in the exhibition catalogue, Purvis cites American art critic and theorist Rosalind Krauss's 1979 essay 'Sculpture in the Expanded Field' as his theoretical.

Problem: How do we explain this or works like this? The term sculpture was used to broadly but with the desire to "historicize" the differences in work were ignored. "The historian/critic simply performed a more extended sleight-of-hand and began to construct his genealogies out

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Nov 19, 2014  · In 1979, reacting against contemporary art’s transformation of modernist medium-specificity into postmodernist medium multiplicity, the art historian Rosalind Krauss published an essay, "Sculpture in the Expanded Field," that laid out in a precise diagram the structural parameters of sculpture, architecture, and landscape art.

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Rosalind Krauss identified sculpture in the expanded field, a series of oppositions around the work’s relationship to its environment that describe the various sculpture-like activities that are postmodern sculpture, creating a theoretical explanation that could adequately fit the developments of Land art, Minimalist sculpture, and site-specific art into the category of "sculpture":

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There’s more to be expanded upon. Let’s take video art as an example. The extreme popularity of streaming. One of the.

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Now, where we have no doubt about it is the essay and author that has inspired the adjective: Sculpture in the Expanded Field by Rosalind Krauss, published.

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May 3, 2013. 'Sculpture in the Expanded Field', first published in October in 1979, and the semantic analysis of 'the logic of modernism' as it appears at the.

In addition to expanding the field of sculpture (although not in precisely the same fashion that Krauss does with her model), these exhibitions have raised the point that once the belief in relational and hierarchical composition is abrogated, the art work begins to push the boundaries of form to a point where it can no longer be recognized.

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Sep 09, 2015  · Exploiting the theatrical potential of yawning space, dramatic lighting, and the copious dispersion of multiples, the exhibition “Ceramics in the Expanded Field” proved an object lesson in the emotive benefits of ceramic sculpture’s descent from the pedestal.

Symposium: Art in the Expanded Field Noon to 4 pm in the Ring Auditorium Free, seating is first come, first served. SONG 1, perhaps one of the most monumental iterations of a total work of art, involves many creative disciplines and energies. Artist Doug Aitken joins a group of multidisciplinary thinkers and writers including David Allin, Aaron.

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May 24, 2013  · Sculpture in the Expanded Field [S]culpture and painting have been kneaded and stretched and twisted in an extraordinary demonstration of elasticity, a display of the way a cultural term can be extended to include just about anything.

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All courses in the Sculpture + Expanded Media major offer you an introduction to the history of the field alongside contemporary work. With guidance and.

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Apr 1, 2012. of the relationship between art and architecture are indebted to Rosalind Krauss's seminal 1979 essay “Sculpture in the Expanded Field.

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Feb 6, 2019. So wrote Rosalind Krauss four decades ago in her essay for October magazine ' Sculpture in the Expanded Field' (1979). It is one of those texts.

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Rosalind Krauss Synopsis Rosalind Krauss was a critic and contributing editor for Artforum and one of the founders of the quarterly art theory journal October.She has been a highly influential critic and theorist in the post-Abstract Expressionist era.