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Department
History of Art
Course
FAH-0002
Professor
Eric Rosenberg
Semester
Spring

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Judd, Untitled, 1966, Minimalism  Steel and orange plexiglass boxes hanging on the wall  Serial structure assembled in factory  Cold/industrial aesthetic  Continuation of modernism but also a break from it  “Specific objects” takes away specialness of object  Looks like sculpture but hung on the wall like a painting Hesse, Sans II, 1968, Process Art Adaptation of minimalism Latex, handmade boxes “Living art” is decaying now Speaks of organic processes More personal, self-expressive Guerilla Art Action Group, Blood Bath, 1969 Performance  MOMA NY lobby  Concern that art institutions profit from the war  Attack each other, tear clothes, throw pigs blood, collapse  Brings war into the museum Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970 Land Art  Great Salt Lake, UT  Made with big land movers  About forces of nature  Entropy (decay of systems into chaos)  Begin changing immediately, now finally completely un
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