He is interested in the converge of underground techno music and abstract, minimal art
RQ4: Does detailed art style produce better bias reduction between pre- and posttests than does minimal art
In New York, she made a home for Conceptual and Minimal art
and, with the landmark exhibition "10" in 1966, advanced the careers of Sol LeWItt, Agnes Martin, Robert Morris, Carl Andre, Robert Smithson, and Donald Judd.
Two weeks away from school and being somewhere new - in nature and focusing on minimal art
- was really helpful to me.
Truly elegant in its simplicity, Minimal Art
light switches are ideal for modern living.
Indeed, underscoring the proximity of the Europeans to those working in America in the 1960s, projects by Mack, Piene, and Uecker (as well as those of assorted members of the ZERO network) are illustrated in Gregory Battcock's important anthology Minimal Art
Jamex says: "When we were students we were very much exposed to minimal art
and could never understand how we would fit into that world.
The Flavin works in question are eight monochrome wood reliefs from the early 1960s with, first incandescent, and then fluorescent, sockets and bulbs attached, the latter adumbrating the fluorescent tube installations--some times connotative, sometimes purely phenomenal--for which Flavin is regarded a central member of the American Minimal Art
While her work is minimal in her choice of material, usually aluminum tubing, it still reflects an emotional underpinning that minimal art
In this sense, Gregotti emphasizes formal and poetic relations with American minimal art
(3) from the 60s and the tradition of European avantgarde and modern architecture.
RAISED A STIMULATING DISCUSSION back then in the 1960s.
But in the '80s I was more interested actually in the European situation of historical overlays, and then my work became more involved with time, contradicting minimal art
which was about more fixed and instantaneous present time.