Tag Archives: Postminimalism

Maya Lin – “Pay attention to that which is invisible.”

“….viewers can walk through “Blue Lake Pass,” a particle-board construction based on the mountain range near Lin’s second home in Colorado – where she lives part of the year with her husband and two children. Lin’s work, while often called … Continue reading

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Maya Lin -“Pure Poetry- Landscape as Art”

“Maya Lin describes “The Wave Field” as “…pure poetry. It is a very gentle space that exists on a very human scale. It is a sanctuary, yet it’s playful, and with the changing shadows of the sun, it is completely … Continue reading

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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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Postminimalism and Order within Mind: Maximum Elasticity and the Drama of Instantaneous Entropy

Postminimalism, Collusion, and Order within Mind: Maximum Elasticity and the Drama of Instantaneous Entropy The repetition in form, perhaps exuded unintentionally in this photograph, leads to an emphasis of imagery, of symbolism, an extirpation of conflicting thought , the Chinese … Continue reading

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Martin Puryear – Formalist Sculpture

Martin Puryear (born May 23, 1941) is an African American sculptor. He is considered one of the foremost sculptors of the present day,and the leading African American sculptor. He works in media such as wood, stone, tar, and wire, and … Continue reading

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