Category Archives: Reductivism

Maya Lin – “A Spiritualized Geometry”

“What interested Frank Lloyd Wright in Japanese art was its reliance on the “conventionalization of nature,” by which he meant a process of simplifying natural forms down to an essential geometry. If one is willing to accept a certain turn-of-the-century … Continue reading

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Lynn Talbot “Visual art suffers from its existence as an object”

“Visual art suffers from its existence as an object and it is much easier to think of some other forms (music, film, poetry) as a temporary confluence of events. But regardless of the medium, the moment of consciousness and subsequent … Continue reading

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