Dissonance and Resonance: Theory and Theatre in the Art of Donald Judd and Robert Morris
This thesis interrogates the common grouping of Donald Judd and Robert Morris within minimalism to renegotiate difference between their intervening strategies into modernist art and criticism. When minimalism emerged as an avant-gardist threat and discursive challenge to modernist art during the mid-1960s, many contemporary critics missed the conceptual differences at play between Judd and Morris’ practices. Instead dismissive critics...[Show more]
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