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Sculpture in the Expanded Field ROSALIND KRAUSS Toward the center of the field there is a slight mound, a swelling in the earth, which is the only warning given for the presence of the work. Closer to it, the large square face of the pit can be seen, as can the ends of the ladder that is needed to descend into the excavation.   Original and theoretically astute, Abstract Bodies is the first book to apply the interdisciplinary field of transgender studies to the discipline of art history. It recasts debates around abstraction and figuration in s art through a discussion of Cited by: Retracing the Expanded Field revisits Krauss's hugely influential text and maps the ensuing interactions between art and ding to Krauss and revisiting the milieu from which her text emerged, artists, architects, and art historians of different generations offer their perspectives on the legacy of “Sculpture in the Expanded. Abstract Bodies: Sixties Sculpture in the Expanded Field of Gender While my aim has been to examine the historical complexity of the practices of the artists in this study, my work has also been motivated by current concerns about gender and art (that themselves find the s as a formative and generative precedent).

About Antioch. About Antioch. A College of Action; Mission and Vision; Calendar; News; Staff Directory. Sculpture in the Expanded Field ROSALIND KRAUSS Toward the center of the field there is a slight mound, a swelling in the earth, which is the only warning given for the presence of the work. Closer to it, the large square face of the pit can be seen, as can the ends of the ladder that is needed to descend into the Size: 3MB.   Panel discussion about the new publication Retracing the Expanded Field: Encounters between Art and Architecture (MIT Press, ) with contributors Mary Miss, Josiah McElheny, and Sarah Oppenheimer. Moderated by the book's editors Spyros Papapetros and Julian Rose. Expansion, convergence, adjacency, projection, rapport, and intersection are a . As Krauss remarks, ‘ the expanded field is thus generated by problematizing the set of oppositions between which the modernist category sculpture is suspended.’ It’s always a stretch to understand just what contemporary artists are up to and the book gives us a context from which you can begin to piece together what’s happening.

Twenty years ago, Rosalind Krauss wrote "Sculpture in the Expanded Field" (collected in The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths. MIT Press, , pp. ), one of the first essays to map Postmodernism in art and to describe as logical that which had been regarded as eclectic. Get this from a library! Abstract bodies: sixties sculpture in the expanded field of gender. [David Getsy] -- "Original and theoretically astute, Abstract Bodies is the first book to apply the interdisciplinary field of transgender studies to the discipline of . Panel discussion about the new publication Retracing the Expanded Field: Encounters between Art and Architecture (MIT Press, ) with contributors Mary Miss, Josiah McElheny, and Sarah Oppenheimer. Moderated by the book's editors Spyros Papapetros and Julian Rose. Expansion, convergence, adjacency, projection, rapport, and intersection are a few of the terms used to . At the end of the late s, art theorist and critic Rosalind Krauss had written a seminal text entitled "Sculpture in the Expanded Field," in an attempt to both locate and analyze vanguard sculptural practices of the time such as the work of Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Mary Miss, and Donald Judd whose practices crossed outside of the limits of traditional sculpture and .