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Robert Morris “The Object is Less Self-Important”

“The object has not become less important. It has merely become less self-important. ” Robert Morris Quoted in Dan Flavin, Proposals for the visible, by Beatrice von Bismarck, p.14 Advertisements

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Robert Morris “Indeterminacy as Aspect of Existence”

Robert Morris (1931 Kansas City, Missouri) is an American sculptor, conceptual artist and writer. He is regarded as one of the most prominent theorists of Minimalism along with Donald Judd but he has also made important contributions to the development … Continue reading

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Robert Morris “Maximum Resistance to Separation”

Robert Morris “Notes on Sculpture 1-3,” originally published across three issues of Artforum in 1966. In these essays, Morris attempted to define a conceptual framework and formal elements for himself and one that would embrace the practices of his contemporaries. … Continue reading

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