Item description for Daniel Buren by Guy Lelong, Kay Hailbronner, Piet Rietveld, Emanuel Tov, Brooks Townes, Ian Morson, Arthur Nersesian & Scott Silsby...
Daniel Buren consistently questions how art is conceived and perceived, and deliberately inverts the relationship that visual artworks maintain with the places where they are exhibited. Because an exhibition site is never neutral, Buren integrates the location's characteristics into the work itself, to prevent the work from being hijacked by its place of presentation.
Buren's in situ works are deduced from the sites where they take place. They integrate the role of the observer, who by perceiving visually, can understand with minimal exterior information the links between the work and the host location that prompted it. This in situ concept enables such works to be eventually replayed like a musical score, and through it, Buren has broadened the artistic field into the entire visual domain.
Author Guy Lelong examines the evolution of Daniel Buren's work from the advent of his famous 65-foot striped canvas in 1965 to his large-scale formal apparatuses of recent years. This book illuminates the origins, significance, and inherent revolutionary nature of Buren's art to date.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 10.25" Height: 10.25" Weight: 3 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2002
ISBN 2080108735 ISBN13 9782080108739
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More About Guy Lelong, Kay Hailbronner, Piet Rietveld, Emanuel Tov, Brooks Townes, Ian Morson, Arthur Nersesian & Scott Silsby
Guy Lelong was editor of the magazine "consequences from 1983 to 1991. He has written for a variety of contexts including book, art gallery, concert hall, stage, and essay. His textual work "Un plan trame discusses the three spatial dimensions that can be exhibited in any suitable place. His most recent work, the stage play "Mobiles, was produced in collaboration with the composer Marc-Andre Dalbavie for the Cite de la musique in Paris.