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Sculptors at Work: Interviews About the Creative Process

Victor M. Cassidy, editor
© 2011 McFarland & Company, Inc.
Reproduced by permission of the publisher.

(Indented Style)

  

Illustrated works of sculpture are indicated by bold italic page numbers.
 

Abakanowicz, Magdalena  97

abstract art

Beasley on  28–29

in Booker’s work  87, 91

in Hashimoto’s work  60, 63, 67

in Highstein’s work  188

in Rezac’s work  55

Roosen and  105–6

in Spiczka’s work  178

in Wilson’s work  99

see also figurative art; semi-abstract art; semi-figurative art

Abstract Expressionism  79

Acconci, Vito  169

Actual Size Artworks (ASA) (Aristotle Georgiades & Gail Simpson)  163–71

aluminum as medium for  170–71

architecture and  165–66, 170

collaboration and  164–66, 169

on community involvement  2, 164–67, 170

computer software used by  171

critical distance and  168–69

Georgiades as fabricator in  163, 168

Gift  170

glass as medium for  164–65

From Here to There  163–64

influences on Georgiades & Simpson  169–70

Matrix  165

Oppenheim and  169

Otterness and  163

Place to Place  170–71, 171

proposal development and  165, 168–69

public commissions of  163, 168

Simpson as business woman of  163

studio/studio projects  163, 166, 168–71

temporary works  163, 170

Thought Patterns  164

Volumes  165

Wilson and  170

Adams, Ansel  14

Adam’s Fault (Roosen)  109

Aesop (Rezac)  58

Afrocentric art  68

Air (Averbuch)  35

Albers, Joseph  204

Alexander and Bonin Gallery  69

Althea (Roosen)  109–10

aluminum as medium see Actual Size Artworks; Henry, John; Highstein, Jene; Rezac, Richard; Snelson, Ken

American Beauties (Roosen)  107–8

animation see Snelson, Ken; Wilson, Anne

Ann Nathan Gallery  64–65

Annual Rings (Oppenheim)  211

Apartheid  73

Apolymon (Beasley)  25

Archimboldo, Giuseppe  73

architecture

ASA and  165–66, 170

Averbuch and  36, 38

Booker and  89–90

Echelman and  45–48

Hashimoto and  67

Henry on  19, 22

Highstein and  185, 188, 193

McCormick as architect  131–32, 139

Miss and  123, 125, 127–29

Moroles and  7, 12

Oppenheim and  209

Rezac and  51, 55–56

Roosen and  105, 109

Snelson and  201

Wilson and  96, 102, 104

Arguelles, Jose

Mandala   157

Armillary Sphere (Karpowicz)  118

Arneson, Robert  157

Arp, Jean  108

Art Fabric movement  97

Arte Povera  97

ASA see Actual Size Artworks

Autodesk (software developer)  25, 197

Avanim Vetseadim (Stones and Steps) (Averbuch)  40

Averbuch, Ilan  33–40

Air  35

architecture and  36, 38

Avanim Vetseadim (Stones and Steps)  40

color in work of  37

computer software used by  38

on di Suvero  37

Divided World  38–40, 39

The Dove Tower and Steps to the Bottom of a Pyramid  40

The Dress, the Voice, and the Bachelor’s Coat  35

The End of Utopia (The Big Balloon is Far)  35

formal vocabulary  33, 35

future projects  40

The Garden of Earth and Sky  35, 37

glass as medium for  33, 35

Ilan Averbuch Public Projects (book)  35

influences on  33, 35, 37–38

The Loneliness of Queen Hapshetsut  34

narrative in work of  33–36, 38

recycled materials used by  33, 35, 38

scale in sculpture by  33, 37, 39–40

Self-Portrait  35

Under the Shadow   35

sites of sculpture by  33, 36–38, 40

temporary installations  40

Wheat in Berlin  35, 36

Aycock, Alice  125, 127, 170, 207

 

Baltimore Inner Harbor  201–2

Baltimore Westport Waterfront project (Henry)  17

Baritone (Roosen)  111

Base Station (Snelson)  197

the Bauhaus  204

Beasley, Bruce  24–32

on abstract art  28–29

aluminum as medium for  24

Apolymon  25

bronze as medium for  3, 24

Challenge  25

Chiron II  26

commissions/exhibitions  24–25, 197

computer software used by  3, 24–25, 28, 30–31

in Digital Stone Exhibition  24–25

Dynamic City  25

Embrace  25

on flight  29, 31–32

Gathering of the Moons  24

influences on  28

on the language of sculpture  32

Meeting  25

on narrative  24, 28

natural sculptural shapes and  24, 28–31

Refuge of the Moon (II)  25

scale in work of  24

Spiczka and  172

Vitality  27

West Coast identity of  28

working methods  3, 24, 29–31

Bellbottoms (Echelman)  41, 44–45

Benglis, Lynda  79–86

ceramics as medium for  79

Chiron  80

commissions  86

exhibitions  80

formal vocabulary  79

fountains by  86

Ghost Dance/Pedmarks  81

glass as medium for  79

influences on  79, 81–82

Lynda Benglis (monograph)  80

Minimalism and  79–80

on painting  79–82, 84–85

place as context for  81–82

Pleats  80

Roosen and  105

scale in work of  79

studios  79–81, 84

The Three Graces  80, 83

on viewer interaction  86

Wing  80

working methods  2, 3, 79–82, 84–85

Benton, Fletcher  144

Berenson, Bernard  81

Bethlehem Slouch (Roosen)  107, 108

Betty Cunningham Gallery  106, 110

Black Flame (Highstein)  189

blocked progress  29, 57, 85, 91, 157, 168, 199

Body Art  205, 208

Bolsey, Carole  43

Booker, Chakaia  87–94

as abstract environmental sculptor  87

architecture and  89–90

CAD drawing in work of  90

on color  89, 91

computer software used by  90

Dorothy’s Shoes  91

on drawing  89–90

exhibitions  87–88, 91–93

The Fatality of Hope  93

narrative in work of  89, 92

No More Milk and Cookies  89, 90

physical demands on  94

recycled materials used by  87–94

scale in work of  88, 90

studios  88

study models used by  90–91

Take Out  92

tires as medium for  2, 87–90

training of  87–88

on viewer interaction  93

wood in work of  87, 93

Bourgeois, Louise  43

Bow Truss Presentation Space  144

Brancusi, Constantin  8, 12, 28, 108, 115

Breaker (Roosen)  110–11

Brenson, Michael  107

Breschi, Karen  157

Bridge Artist Residency (Charlotte, NC) (McCormick)  132

Bridgeport (Henry)  20

bronze as medium see Beasley, Bruce; Echelman, Janet; Highstein, Jene; Karpowicz, Terrence; Mayeri, Beverly; Miss, Mary; Rezac, Richard

Buck, John  157

Buro Happold engineering firm  46

 

CAD (computer-aided drawing)  90, 193, 195

Calder, Alexander  178

Carmelite (Roosen)  110, 111

Carmelite II (Roosen)  110

Cassel Oliver, Valerie  103

cathedral series (Henry)  17

ceramic art  51, 72, 79, 87–88

see also Kaneko, Jun; Mayeri, Beverly

Challenge (Beasley)  25

Charlotte, NC see McCormick, Daniel

Chillida, Eduardo  28

Chin, Mel  170

Chiron (Benglis)  80

Chiron II (Beasley)  26

Christo (site-specific artist)  97

A Chronicle of Days (Wilson)  95, 98

Coimbatore (Roosen)  109

City Without Walls Gallery  73

Clarabelle (Roosen)  111

clay as medium see Benglis, Lynda; Kaneko, Jun; Mayeri, Beverly

Clear Cut (Mayeri)  154

cloth as medium see Roosen, Mia Westerlund; textiles/fabrics as medium

Cole, Willie  68–75

abandoned buildings explored by  74

African imagery in work of  68–79, 69

as Afrocentric artist  68

on Apartheid  73–74

on Asian aesthetics  72

assemblages  68–69, 71

color in work of  72

as draftsman  68

drawing in work of  68

on energy transference  69–70

family of  69, 74–75

found objects in work of  71–72

future projects  75

House Pet  72

influences on  68, 72–73

painting and  68, 70

Post Black and Blue exhibit  69

Pretty in Pink  69

recycled materials used by  68–73

Sears Ross tji wara (mother and child)  68, 69

Stowage  68

Studio Museum residency  68–69

studios  68–69, 72, 74–75

Wind Mask East  72–73

word lists used by  70

Works Gallery and  68, 73

color

in Averbuch’s work  37

in Booker’s work  89, 91

in Cole’s work  72

in Echelman’s work  41, 44, 47

in Hashimoto’s work  60

in Henry’s work  17, 22

in Highstein’s work  192

in Mayeri’s work  152, 156

in Rezac’s work  51, 55, 59

computer-aided drawing (CAD)  90, 193, 195

computer software

ASA and  171

in Averbuch’s work  38

in Beasley’s work  3, 24–25, 28, 30–31

in Booker’s work  90

in Echelman’s work  45

in Hashimoto’s work  65–66

in Highstein’s work  195

in Snelson’s work  196–99, 201

in Wilson’s work  99–100

Conceptual Art  205, 209

concrete as medium see Highstein, Jene; Roosen, Mia Westerlund

Connect the Dots project (Boulder Creek, CO) (Miss)  129–30

Constructivism  16, 124, 188, 204

Creek Revetment Wall (McCormick)  136

critical distance  56, 168–69, 175–77, 191–92, 198–99

Cubism  204

Cut, Weld, and Build exhibit (Booker)  88

Cycladic art  187

 

Daedalus (Spiczka)  178

Dali, Salvador  73

Dangos (Kaneko)  143, 148, 150

Danto, Arthur  146

Dark Matter (Snelson)  197

Davis, David  82

Davis McClain Gallery  11

De Cordova Sculpture Park  87

de Kooning, Willem  66

de Maria, Walter  187

de Staebler, Stephen  28, 157

Decker, Shawn  100

Delacroix, Eugène  48

Deleuze, Gilles

A Thousand Plateaus  102

Dervish (I & II) (Roosen)  110

di Suvero, Mark  20–22, 37, 107, 114–15, 118, 208–9

Digital Stone Exhibition (China)  24–25, 197

Dilworth Plaza Project (Philadelphia) (Echelman)  47–48

Divided World (Averbuch)  38–40, 39

Domestic Disturbance II (Roosen)  109

Dorothy’s Shoes (Booker)  91

The Dove Tower and Steps to the Bottom of a Pyramid (Averbuch)  40

drawing

Booker on  89–90

in Cole’s work  68

Henry on  19

in Highstein’s work  2, 185–86, 190–92, 191192, 195

Kaneko and  143

in Karpowicz’s work  117

Mayeri on  155

Moroles on  8

in Rezac’s work  51–57, 53

in Roosen’s work  106–7

Snelson and  3, 197

in Spiczka’s work  175, 178–79

in Wilson’s work  95–96, 98

see also computer-aided drawing

Drawing for 08-08 (Rezac)  53

Drawing for Off-Balance Balloon (Highstein)  192

Drawing in Space: the Peninsula Project (Henry)  16

The Dress, the Voice, and the Bachelor’s Coat (Averbuch)  35

Dunbar, Michael  113

Dynamic City (Beasley)  25

 

Earth Art/Land Art  205–6

earth materials as medium see McCormick, Daniel; Roosen, Mia Westerlund

Easy K (Snelson)  202

Easy Landing (Snelson)  201–2, 202

Echelman, Janet  41–48

architecture and  45–48

Bellbottoms  41, 44–45

bronze as medium in  44

on collaboration  45–46

color in work of  41, 44, 47

community interaction and  42, 44–45

Dilworth Plaza Project  47–48

discovery process for  43

fiber netting used by  1, 41, 44–45

future projects  48

influences on  43

installations  41, 42, 46–48

JNet computer software  45

maquettes used by  41

movement in work of  41–42, 44–45, 47–48

1.26 installation  46–47

as painter  41, 43–44

place as context for  42–43, 46

scale in work of  1, 41, 44–46

She Changes  41, 42, 46

steel used by  41, 46–47

studios  41–42, 45

temporary works  46–48

training of  41, 43–44

urban sites for work of  41–45

on viewer interaction  42–43, 47–48

Water Sky Garden  46

Eco Arts Connection (Boulder, CO)  129

ecology/environment see McCormick, Daniel; Miss, Mary

Egyptian sculpture  187

Embrace (Beasley)  25

Embrace (Mayeri)  153

The End of Utopia (The Big Balloon is Far) (Averbuch)  35

Entanglement (Mayeri)  153

environmental art/installations  87, 127, 131–39

see also Moroles, Jesús

environmental issues  129, 152–53, 170

Equilateral Quivering Tower (Snelson)  203

Ericson, Kate  170

Ernst, Max  73, 124

Errant Behaviors (Wilson)  96, 100–101

 

fabrics/textiles as medium see Booker, Chakaia; Echelman, Janet; Roosen, Mia Westerlund; Wilson, Anne

Factory sculptures (Oppenheim)  205, 207–8

Family Album (Mayeri)  153

The Fatality of Hope (Booker)  93

Feast (Wilson)  95, 98–99, 99, 101

feminism  97–98, 106

see also women’s movement

fiber netting as medium see Echelman, Janet

55 Mercer Street Gallery  125

figurative art  33, 105–6, 117–18, 143–44, 145

see also abstract art; Mayeri, Beverly; semi-figurative art

Figures (Moroles)  13

Form (Highstein)  191

found objects as medium  71, 87

Fourteenth Street Union Square Subway Station Project (NYC) (Miss)  125

Francis, Richard  64–65

Free Ride Home (Snelson)  199–200

French Kiss (Roosen)  111

From Here to There (ASA)  163–64

Fuller, Buckminster  204

 

The Garden (Mayeri)  153, 154

The Garden of Earth and Sky (Averbuch)  35, 37

Gathering of the Moons (Beasley)  24

Gehry, Frank  38

Generation (Spiczka)  180

Georgiades, Aristotle see Actual Size Artworks

German art  35

Ghost Dance/Pedmarks (Benglis)  81

Gibson, Althea  110

Gift (ASA)  170

glass as medium see Actual Size Artworks; Averbuch, Ilan; Benglis, Lynda; Highstein, Jene; Oppenheim, Dennis; Wilson, Anne

Glen, Robert

Mustangs of Las Colinas  180

Goldsworthy, Andy  134

The Great Mother (Neumann)  157

Greek sculpture  156, 187

Guardian (Karpowicz)  119

Guattari, Felix

A Thousand Plateaus  102

 

Hadid, Zaha  38

hair as medium see Wilson, Anne

Hamilton, Ann  64

Hapshetsut (Queen)  34

Hara, Keiko  62–63, 67

Hard Wired (Snelson)  197

Harris, Suzie  185

Hashimoto, Jacob  60–67

as abstract artist  60, 67

architecture and  67

assistants of  60, 65

color in work of  60

commissions/exhibitions  61–62

computer software used by  65–66

influences on  60, 62–63, 66

installations  60

Japanese ethnicity of  67

kite pieces of  3, 60, 63–66

light and shadow in work of  66–67

on narrative  60

painting and  3, 60, 62–67

paper as medium for  3, 60–67

printmaking and  62, 64, 66–67

scale in work of  66

studios  60, 63–65

on viewer interaction  60, 63–64

Waterblocks  60, 61, 65–66

Headed in the Right Direction ( Karpowicz)  115

Headlands Center for the Arts (Sausalito, CA)  132

Heartney, Eleanor

Kenneth Snelson: Forces Made Visible  197

Hedberg Public Library project (Janesville, WI) (ASA)  165

Heiss, Alana  209

Heizer, Michael  187

Henry, John  16–23

aesthetic basis of  18–19

aluminum as medium for  1, 3, 16, 18–19

on architecture  19, 22

Bridgeport  20

cathedral series  17

color in work of  17, 22

on the creative process  19, 21–23

di Suvero and  20–22

on drawing  19

Drawing in Space: the Peninsula Project  16

as fabricator  16–18

Illinois Landscape #5  22

influences on  18

on mass  22

monumental sculpture of  1, 16–17, 19

scale and  16–17, 19, 22–23

on Snelson  22

studios  16, 18

study models used by  3, 16, 19

Tatlin’s Sentinel  17, 22

Hepworth, Barbara  178

Hesse, Eva  79, 97, 105, 124

Highstein, Jene  185–95

as abstract artist  188

aluminum as medium for  185, 192

architecture and  185, 188, 193

on assistants  192

Black Flame  189

bronze as medium for  192

CAD drawing in work of  193, 195

color in work of  192

on computer software  195

concrete as medium for  185, 188–92

on critical distance  191–92

Drawing for Off-Balance Balloon  192

drawing in work of  2, 185–86, 190–92, 191, 195

Form  191

glass as medium for  185, 190

Human Scale Black  193

influences on  185–87

installations  185–86, 193

on intellectual activity  190

Jene Highstein: Lines in Space (book)  186

narrative in work of  187

Pipe Pieces  185–86, 186, 188

scale in work of  185, 188, 190–91, 193, 195

on site-specific sculpture  193

space in work of  188–89

steel as medium for  185, 188, 193

stone as medium for  189–90, 192, 195

studios  186, 192

temporary works  193

Three-Meter Double Tornado  194

unitary objects of  188–89

wood as medium for  185, 190

working methods  187, 190–93, 195

Holding Pattern (Snelson)  197

Hoosick Falls (Roosen)  110

House Pet (Cole)  72

Houston Police Officers’ Memorial (Moroles)  13

Human Scale Black (Highstein)  193

 

Ilan Averbuch Public Projects (Cohen)  35

Illinois Landscape #5 (Henry)  22

Image Intervention (Oppenheim)  205

Impaled Cairns (Spiczka)  173–74, 174

In and Out exhibition (Booker)  87

installations  40, 58–59, 60, 158, 185–86, 193

see also Echelman, Janet; Moroles, Jesús; Roosen, Mia Westerlund; Wilson, Anne

Institute for Sustainable Policy Studies  131

Intersections (McCormick)  138

interventions (architectural)  105, 109

interventions (sculptural)  129–30, 131, 205

Iris (Roosen)  110

Isherwood, Jon  25, 197

 

Jacobi, Ritzi and Peter  97

JNet software  45

Juggler (Roosen)  111–12, 112

 

Kahlo, Frida  34, 156

Kaneko, Jun  143–51

Bow Truss Presentation Space  144, 148

on chronology  146

on collaboration  150–51

on critical distance  147

Dangos of  143, 148, 150

drawing and  143

head sculptures  143–44, 145

Kaneko foundation  143–44

narrative in work of  143

as painter  143, 150

on residencies  146–47

scale in work of  143, 147

semi-abstract work of  143

Soldner and  143, 148

studio  143, 146

on viewing sculpture  150

Voulkos and  143–44, 148–49

working methods  2, 144, 146–47, 149–50

Kapoor, Anish  79

Karpowicz, Terrence  113–20

abstract art and  113

as activist/organizer  113, 115, 120

as amputee  115, 118

Armillary Sphere  118

bronze as medium for  117

di Suvero and  114–15, 118

drawing in work of  117

fabricators and  117

figurative sculpture of  117–18

Guardian  119

Headed in the Right Direction  115

influences on  115

on interface of materials  118, 120

maquettes used by  117

movement in work of  113–15

natural forces on work of  113, 114

Nicky’s Toy  115, 116

as painter  114

scale in work of  113, 115, 117

Six Mile Bottom  115–16

studios  114

on systems in art  2

training  113

Kelly, Ellsworth  66

Kenneth Snelson: Forces Made Visible (Heartney)  197

Kertess, Klaus  105

Kink (Roosen)  108–9

Klein diagrams  125–26

Kline, Franz  18, 79

Kramer, Hilton  86

Krauss, Rosalind  125–26

 

Land Art/Earth Art  205–6

Lanteri, Edouard

Modeling and Sculpting the Human Figure  155

Lapstrake (Moroles)  10, 10–11

Laumeier Sculpture Park  17, 22

Lawrence University project (Appleton, WI) (ASA)  170–71, 171

Le Va, Barry  79

Lennon Weinberg Gallery  105, 108

Leonardo da Vinci  110

Liberty Leading the People (Delacroix)  48

light and shadow in sculpture  7, 14, 66–67

Lipton, Seymour  172

Little Falls (Roosen)  110

Local Industry (Wilson)  96

The Loneliness of Queen Hapshetsut (Averbuch)  34

Looking Back (Mayeri)  155, 156

Louvre Museum  48, 82

Lynda Benglis (monograph)  80

 

Mack, Mark  144

Madame Moa (Roosen)  109

Malevich, Kasimir  124

Mandala (Arguelles)  157

Maple Lane School project (Centralia, WA) (ASA)  163–64

maquettes/study models  3, 16, 19, 41, 110, 114, 117, 197

Marden, Brice  63

Margulies, Martin  18

Marin County California Conservation Corps  132

Martin, Agnes  60, 63

Mary Miss (monograph)  127

Matisse, Henri  43

Matrix (ASA)  165

Matta-Clark, Gordon  125, 185

Mattioli Rossi, Laura

Jene Highstein: Lines in Space  186

Max Protech Gallery  125

Mayeri, Beverly  152–59

on bronze  159

Clear Cut  154

color in work of  152, 156

conceptual process of  153–54

on drawing  155

Embrace   153

Entanglement   153

Family Album  153, 153

The Garden  153, 154

influences on  156–57

Looking Back  155, 156

narrative in work of  152

photography and  155

Ready to Change  157

scale in work of  153

on spontaneity  2

studio  152

unsettling nature of work by  152

on workshops  158–59

M.C. Escher  73

McColl Center for Visual Arts (Charlotte, NC)  132

McCormick, Daniel  131–39

as architect  131–32, 139

artist-in-residence program founded by  132, 139

in Charlotte, NC  132–33, 137–39

collaboration and  137–39

Creek Revetment Wall  136

educational components in work of  132

environmental art/installations  131–39

ephemeral art by  133–34, 139

Intersections  138

museums and  135–36

O’Brian and  132–33, 137–38

in Pasadena  135

site-specific sculpture of  131, 133–39

Turrell and  131

Where Land Meets Water  133–34134

Meeting (Beasley)  25

Memorial (Spiczka)  173

Mercury (Spiczka)  180

Middle Branch project (Baltimore) (Henry)  17

Mile of Sculpture exhibit (Chicago) (Karpowicz, organizer)  113

Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design project (Miss)  128–29

Minimalism  79–80, 185–86, 206, 209

Miss, Mary  123–30

architecture and  123, 125, 127–29

Aycock and  125, 127

on bronze  124

as business woman  125

critical dialogue about  127

Eco Arts Connection  129

on ecology of sites  123, 127, 129

exhibitions  125

failure rate of  123, 128–30

in India  124, 130

influences on  123–24

Klein diagrams and  125–26

Mary Miss (monograph)  127

Matta-Clark and  125

“On a Redefinition of Public Sculpture”  127

Percent for Art programs and  128

Perimeters/Pavilions/Decoys  125–27, 126

projects of  125, 129–30

Roshanara’s Net  130

site-specific work of  2, 123, 127–30

studios  123–25

temporary works  123, 129–30

Trakis and  125

Miss Transit exhibit (Indianapolis) (Booker)  91–93

Mockbee, Sam  170

Modeling and Sculpting the Human Figure (Lanteri)  155

monumental sculpture see Averbuch, Ilan; Beasley, Bruce; Echelman, Janet; Henry, John; Moroles, Jesús; Snelson, Ken

Moon Shot (Snelson)  197

Moore, Henry  172, 178

Moroles Granite Sculpture (1990 & 2003) (Moroles)  14

Moroles, Jesús  7–15

architecture and  7, 12

on Brancusi  8, 12

on drawing  8

environmental installations  7, 11, 11–12

Figures  13

fountains by  7

Houston Police Officers’ Memorial  13

influences on  12–13

Lapstrake  10, 10–11

light and shadow in work of  7, 14

Mexican ethnicity of  12–13

monumental sculpture of  2, 9

paper pieces  7

stone tearing process of  7–10

on viewer interaction  14–15

Morris, Robert  33, 97, 124

Morton Arboretum project (Lisle, IL) (ASA)  170

multiculturalism  97

Mustangs of Las Colinas (Glen)  180

 

narrative

in Averbuch’s work  33–36, 38

Beasley on  24, 28

in Booker’s work  89, 92

Hashimoto on  60

in Highstein’s work  187

in Kaneko’s work  143

in Mayeri’s work  152

Roosen on  106

Spiczka on  179

in Wilson’s work  96–97

Nathan, Ann  64

Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park  22

Nauman, Bruce  169

Needle Tower (Snelson)  199, 201

Neel, Alice  156

Neumann, Erich

The Great Mother  157

Nicky’s Toy ( Karpowicz)  115, 116

Nighthawk (Spiczka)  180

No More Milk and Cookies (Booker)  89, 90

Noguchi, Isamu  12, 167

Noland, Kenneth  66

Nonas, Richard  105

 

O’Brian, Mary  132, 137–38

Oldenberg, Claes  97

“On a Redefinition of Public Sculpture” (Miss)  127

1.26 installation (Echelman)  46–47

Open Museum (Tefen, Israel)  34, 39

Oppenheim, Dennis  205–11

Annual Rings  211

on appeasement  208

architecture and  209

in art history  208

on artists/the art world  210

ASA and  169

Aycock and  207

Body Art and  205, 208

on di Suvero  208–9

Earth Art and  205–6

Factory sculptures of  205, 207–8

Heiss on  209

Image Intervention  205

as innovator  205

on Minimalism  206, 209

on new work  210–11

philosophical approaches to art  206–7

public projects of  205, 208

on risky art  209

studio  205

working methods  208–10

on writing  210

Otterness, Tom  163

 

painting

Benglis and  79–82, 84–85

Cole’s work and  68, 70

Echelman as painter  41, 43–44

in Hashimoto’s work  3, 60, 62–67

Henry’s work influenced by  18

Kaneko as painter  143, 150

Karpowicz as painter  114

Rezac as painter  54, 57

Wilson on  98

paper as medium see Hashimoto, Jacob; Moroles, Jesús

Park as Living Laboratory project (Orange County, CA) (Miss)  129

Peninsula Project (Henry)  16

Percent for Art programs  128, 164

performance art  96, 98, 135, 185–86, 205

Perimeters/Pavilions/Decoys (Miss)  125–27, 126

Philadelphia Dilworth Plaza Project (Echelman)  47–48

Picabia, Francis  124

Picasso, Pablo  12, 187

Pier Walk exhibition (Chicago) (Karpowicz, organizer)  115, 120

Pipe Pieces (Highstein)  185–86, 186, 188

Place to Place (ASA)  170–71, 171

Pleats (Benglis)  80

Point Reyes National Seashore project (McCormick)  133–34, 134

Pollock, Jackson  167–68

polyurethane as medium  1, 79–80

Pomodoro, Gio  28

Poons, Larry  114

Popova, Liubov  124

Portable City (Wilson)  96, 96

Portal (Spiczka)  175, 176177

Post Black and Blue exhibition (Cole)  69

Pretty in Pink (Cole)  69

Primary Structures exhibition (Benglis)  80

primitive art  68

printmaking  62, 64, 66, 67

Puryear, Martin  115

 

Ramsey, Lawrence  68

Rauschenberg, Robert  97

Ready to Change (Mayeri)  157

recycled materials see Averbuch, Ilan; Booker, Chakaia; Cole, Willie

Refuge of the Moon (& II) (Beasley)  25

Renaissance art  156, 185–87

Repulsion (film)  109

Rewinds (Wilson)  103, 104

Rezac, Richard  51–59

on abstract art  55

Aesop  58

aluminum as medium for  51, 59

architecture and  51, 55–56

bronze as medium for  51

color in work of  51, 55, 59

on critical distance  56

Drawing for 08-08  53

drawing in work of  51–57, 53

influences on  51

on installations  58–59

as a painter  54, 57

scale in work of  51

studio  51–53, 58

study models used by  55–56

Untitled (05-07)  54

Untitled (08-08)  52

on viewer interaction  57

wood as medium for  51–52, 55–56

Rinder, Lawrence  102

Rivera, Diego  34

Rodin, Auguste  28, 155

Roman sculpture  187

Roosen, Mia Westerlund  105–12

abstract art and  105–6

Adam’s Fault  109

Althea  109–10

American Beauties  107–8

architectural interventions by  105, 109

architecture and  105, 109

Baritone  111

Benglis and  105

Bethlehem Slouch  107, 108

Breaker  110–11

Carmelite I  110, 111

Carmelite II  110

Coimbatore  109

Clarabelle  111

concrete as medium for  105–11

Dervish (II)  110

di Suvero and  107

Domestic Disturbance II  109

drawing  106–7

earth materials as medium for  105, 109, 111

exhibitions  105–11

fabrics/cloth as medium  105

feminism and  106

French Kiss  111

future projects  112

Hoosick Falls  110

influences on  105, 108–10

Iris  110

Juggler  111–12, 112

Kink  108–9

Little Falls   110

Madame Moa  109

on narrative  106

scale in work of  106–7

studio  107–8

Sturgeon  111

Swale  108

Tweedle Twins  110

Rosa Esman Gallery  125

Roshanara’s Net (Miss)  130

Roszak, Theodore  172

Rothko, Mark  60, 63

Rousseau, Henri  156

Royal Caribbean cruise ship commission (Hashimoto)  61–62

Rural Studio (Newbern, AL)  170

Ryman, Robert  60, 62–63

 

Saint-Louis project (Miss)  128–29

Saret, Alan  105, 185

scale

in Averbuch’s work  33, 37, 39–40

in Beasley’s work  24

in Benglis’s work  79

in Booker’s work  88, 90

in Echelman’s work  1, 41, 44–46

in Hashimoto’s work  66

in Henry’s work  16–17, 19, 22–23

in Highstein’s work  185, 188, 190–91, 193, 195

in Kaneko’s work  143, 147

in Karpowicz’s work  113, 115, 117

in Mayeri’s work  153

in Rezac’s work  51

in Roosen’s work  106–7

Snelson on  198

in Spiczka’s work  175–77

in Wilson’s work  95, 102

“Sculpture in the Expanded Field” (Krauss)  125–26

Sears Ross tji wara (mother and child) (Cole)  68, 69

Self-Portrait (Averbuch)  35

semi-abstract art  60, 105–6, 113, 143

see also abstract art; figurative art

semi-figurative art  33, 105–6

see also abstract art; figurative art

Serra, Richard  37, 203

Shaker architecture  51

Shanghai Expo ‘10 exhibition  25

She Changes (Echelman)  41, 42, 46

Simpson, Gail see Actual Size Artworks

Single Pipe Piece (Highstein)  186

site-specific sculpture

Highstein on  193

of McCormick  131, 133–39

of Miss  2, 123, 127–30

Snelson on  202

of Wilson  96, 102

Six Mile Bottom ( Karpowicz)  115–16

Smith, Robert Michael  25, 197

Snelson, Ken  196–204

on Albers  204

aluminum as medium for  3, 196, 200

architecture and  201

Base Station  197

computer animations of  197

computer software used by  196–97, 199, 201

on critical distance  198–99

Dark Matter  197

in Digital Stone Exhibition  197

drawing and  3, 197

Easy K  201–2

Easy Landing  201–2, 202

Equilateral Quivering Tower  203

exhibitions  25, 197

Free Ride Home  199–200

on Fuller  204

Hard Wired  197

Henry on  22

Holding Pattern  197

influences on  204

Kenneth Snelson: Forces Made Visible (book)  197

Moon Shot  197

on music  203

Needle Tower  199, 201

as photographer  199, 203

on scale  198

on site-specific sculpture  202

on space  196

steel as medium for  196, 200

stone as medium for  197

Storm King Art Center and  22

studio  196

study models used by  197–98

Triple Crown  198

vertical vs. horizontal works  201

on viewer interaction  201–3

on viewing angles  202–3

working methods  197–99

Snyder, Herman  124

Soldner, Paul  143, 148–49

Solen, Cat  100

Spiczka, Sam  172–81

as abstract artist  178

asymmetry in work of  177–78

Beasley and  172

commissioned installations  180

critical distance  175

Daedalus  178

drawing in work of  175, 178–79

exhibitions  172

future projects  181

Generation  180

Impaled Cairns  173–74, 174

influences on  172, 178

Memorial  173

Mercury  180

Minnesota environment of  172–73, 177, 179–80

on narrative  179

Nighthawk  180

Organic ¹ Round  179

Portal  175, 176177

sites chosen by  177

studios  172–73, 180

in Texas  172, 179–80

timelessness in work of  174

working methods  172–77, 180

on writing  179

steel as medium see Beasley, Bruce; Echelman, Janet; Henry, John; Highstein, Jene; Karpowicz, Terrence; Rezac, Richard; Snelson, Ken; Spiczka, Sam

Stockholder, Jessica  63–64

stone as medium see Beasley, Bruce; Highstein, Jene; Karpowicz, Terrence; Moroles, Jesús; Snelson, Ken

Storm King Art Center  22, 105, 107, 109, 199

Stowage (Cole)  68

Studio Museum (Harlem, NY)  68–69

study models see maquettes/study models

Sturgeon (Roosen)  111

Surrealism  124, 156

Sustain exhibition (Booker)  87

Swale (Roosen)  108

 

Take Out (Booker)  92

Tanning, Dorthea  124

Tatlin’s Sentinel (Henry)  17, 22

temporary works  40, 46–48, 123, 129–30, 163, 170, 193

textiles/fabrics as medium see Booker, Chakaia; Echelman, Janet; Roosen, Mia Westerlund; Wilson, Anne

Thought Patterns (ASA)  164

A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia (Deleuze and Guattari)  102

The Three Graces (Benglis)  80, 83

Three-Meter Double Tornado (Highstein)  194

Tilted Arcs (Serra)  203

Tinsley, Barry  118, 120

tires as medium see Booker, Chakaia

Tooker, George  156

Topologies (Wilson)  95–96, 99–103, 100–101

Torrente, Daniel  100–101

Trakis, George  125

Triple Crown (Snelson)  198

Tung, Liza  103

Turner, Pat  17

Turrell, James  131

Tuttle, Richard  79

Tweedle Twins (Roosen)  110

 

Under the Shadow (Averbuch)  35

University of Wisconsin--Whitewater project (ASA)  164–65

Untitled (05-07)(Rezac)  54

Untitled (08-08) (Rezac)  52

Urry, Steve  18

 

Van Gogh, Vincent  81, 156

Victory of Samothrace  82

video animations  95–96, 98, 100–101, 197

viewer interaction with sculpture

Benglis on  86

Booker on  93

in Echelman’s work  42–43, 47–48

Hashimoto on  60, 63–64

Moroles on  14–15

Rezac on  57

Snelson on  201–3

Vitality (Beasley)  27

Volumes (ASA)  165

Voulkos, Peter  143–44, 148–49

 

Water Sky Garden (Echelman)  46

Waterblocks (Hashimoto)  60, 61, 65–66

Webster, Meg  170

Westport Waterfront project (Baltimore) (Henry)  17

Wheat in Berlin (Averbuch)  35, 36

Where Land Meets Water (McCormick)  133–34134

Whitney, Peter  71

Wilson, Anne  95–104

as abstract artist  60, 99

architecture and  96, 102, 104

ASA and  170

A Chronicle of Days  95, 98

collaboration in work of  100–101

computer software used by  99–100

drawing in work of  95–96, 99

Errant Behaviors  96, 100–101

exhibitions  95–96, 98–103

Feast  95, 98–99, 99, 101

future projects  103–4

glass as medium for  95–96, 103–4

influences on  97, 102

installations  95, 98–102

Local Industry  96

narrative in work of  96–97

on painting  98

performance art by  96, 98

Portable City  96, 96

relief sculpture of  97–98

residencies  103–4

Rewinds  103, 104

scale in work of  95, 102

site-specific work of  96, 102

studios  96, 102

as teacher  96, 103

Topologies  95–96, 99–103, 100–101

video animations by  95–96, 98, 100–101

Wind/Rewind/Weave  96

Wind-Up: Walking the Warp  96

Wilson, Charles  170

Wind Mask East (Cole)  72–73

Wind/Rewind/Weave (Wilson)  96

Wind-Up: Walking the Warp (Wilson)  96

Wing (Benglis)  80

Winsor, Jackie  125

wire as medium  3, 51, 80–82, 87, 95

women’s movement  125

see also feminism

wood as medium see Averbuch, Ilan; Beasley, Bruce; Booker, Chakaia; Highstein, Jene; Karpowicz, Terrence; Rezac, Richard

Works Gallery  68, 73

 

Yapelli, Tina  103

 

Ziegler, Mel  169–70

Zolla Liberman Gallery  115