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Fred Sandback

ISBN: 377571720X;
Издательство: Hatje Cantz Publishers
Страниц: 323

As a student at Yale, Fred Sandback struggled with sculpture until George Sugarmann told him A¬if you are so sick of the parts, why not just make a line with a ball of string and be done with it.A® For the rest of his career, Sandback used taut and resonant strings to sculpt space and light. Ephemeral and site-specific, his Minimalist sculptures, familiar to visitors to Dia:Beacon among other museums, use colorful acrylic yarn strung between the ceiling and floor or into the corners of an exhibition space to interrupt and delineate space, refer to drawing, evoke volume, create magical boundaries that beg to be traversed, and give the viewer occasion to pause and consider. His clusters of lines can seem to create walls or doors, or make the space reverberate like the body of an instrument whose strings have just been plucked. The artist himself called them A¬pedestrian spacesA® by which he meant to describe both the viewer as a passerby and his art as an everyday thing. Following his...

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