'Minimalism: Space. Light. Object. is an expansive global survey of the movement’s influential language of reductive forms, from its Abstract Expressionist colour-field antecedents to Post-Minimalism, and how it continues to speak to artists today. In this timely re-evaluation, the contemporaneous Mono-ha movement, as well as experimentation in video, sound and performance are brought to bear on the Minimalist canon.' - from publisher's website.

Includes essays, conversations with artists, a chronology of key artists, exhibitions and texts.

Access level

Onsite

Location code EX.SIN.MSL
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2018

No of pages

280

ISBN / ISSN

9789811166808

No of copies

1

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings

Blackness, Perception and Experience

- Eugene TAN, 陳維德

A Multitude of Possibilities: Mono-ha and Post-Minimalism

- Russell STORER

Transgressing Boundaries: Some Examples of Minimalism's Experimental Interdisciplinary Collaborations

- Silke SCHMICKL

What Nowadays is Zen? Killing the Buddha in the Minimal Art Object

- GOH Sze Ying

Minimalism Today

A Circular Timeline of Nothingness: Minimalism: Space. Light. Object. at ArtScience Museum, Singapore

- Adrian GEORGE

Speaking of Minimalism

- Lynn ZELEVANSKY

Minimalism by All Means

- Joan KEE, 奇廷泫
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