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Investigations: The Expanded Field of Writing in the Works of Robert Morris

Yes, you seem to have been anything but an iconophile in your enterprise which is piled as high with words on one side as with images on the other.
Robert Morris, “Professional Rules”

By investigating the prolific oeuvre of Robert Morris via the prism of writing, this collection of essays provides an incisive lens into the work of a central figure in the visual arts since the 1960s, associated in turn with minimalism, postminimalism, conceptualism, and land art.

Morris has often ...


Oui, il semble que vous ayez été tout sauf un iconophile dans cette entreprise, où les mots s'accumulent autant d'un côté que les images de l'autre.
Robert Morris, « Professional Rules »

Cette collection d’articles parcourt l’œuvre de Robert Morris à travers le prisme de l'écriture, offrant ainsi une nouvelle lecture d’une œuvre centrale des arts plastiques depuis les années soixante, tour à tour associée avec le minimalisme, le conceptualisme ou encore le land art.

Bien que Morr...


Anmerkungen des Autors

Footnotes contain abridged references to Robert Morris’ texts and exhibition catalogues. They include the title and publication date of Morris’ writings, and the title, the mention “ex. cat.” and the publication date of his exhibition catalogues. Complete references can be found in the bibliography at the end of the book.

  • Verlag : ENS Éditions
  • Buchreihe : Signes
  • Erscheinungsort : Lyon
  • Erscheinungsjahr : 2015
  • Auf OpenEdition Books veröffentlicht : 23 April 2015
  • ISBN (Printversion) : 9782847884937
  • ISBN (elektronische Version) : 9782847887020
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.enseditions.3784
  • Seitenzahl : 278 p.
Jean-Marie Gleize
Katia Schneller und Noura Wedell

I. Embedded Writing

Christophe Cherix
Morris(’s) Prints
Gilles A. Tiberghien
The Time of the Earthworks
Rachel Stella
When Kitsch Becomes Form
Marie Cadalanu, Clémentine Gozlan, Julia Klarmann et al.
A Theater of History

IV. Exchanges: Text to Screen and Back Again

Teri Wehn Damisch
From Text to Screen
Rosalind Krauss und Teri Wehn Damisch
Script of the film Robert Morris: The Mind-Body Problem

© ENS Éditions, 2015