ABSTRACT APPROPRIATION
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surrogateself:

Feedback Speed Kills
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poietike:

Print from “Distortion” series (2010) by Yoshi Sodeoka.
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arpeggia:

Yoshi Sodeoka - Noise
arpeggia:

Yoshi Sodeoka - Noise
arpeggia:

Yoshi Sodeoka - Noise
arpeggia:

Yoshi Sodeoka - Noise
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weissesrauschen:

PAUL EDMUNDS
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http://rachelwetzler.tumblr.com/post/5426579803/frederick-sandback-scholar-of-the-house-project
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kaitlincarroll:




Fred Sandback Untitled (Sculptural Study,…
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vlf:

Fred Sandback — Untitled
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youth-memories:

Fred Sandback.
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auclairjp:

Illustration by Fred Sandback
via But Does it Float
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auclairjp:

Illustration by Fred Sandbeck
via But Does it Float
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auclairjp:

Illustration by Fred Sandbeck
via But Does it Float
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artnet:

Spotlight: David Zwirner
New York-based art gallery David Zwirner is starting the year with a fantastic show featuring work by artists Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, and Fred Sandback. While predominantly known for their three-dimensional works, drawing and printmaking were valued techniques that each of these artists engaged with throughout their careers.
For Dan Flavin, who was himself a scholar and collector of fine and rare prints, printmaking was an integral part of his practice, and he was drawn towards the creative experimentation that it afforded. 
Donald Judd utilized woodcut printmaking in the beginning of his career, and Zwirner’s show will feature rare experimental single-sheet works from 1961.
Beginning in the 1970s, Fred Sandback created lithographs, woodcuts, and etchings that make use of the conventions of print media to explore the range of spatial concerns expressed in his sculptures and related drawings. 
Prints: Flavin, Judd, Sandback debuts on January 14, 2014 and runs through March 1, 2014. 
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exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Fred Sandback - Blue Day-glo Corner Piece, 1968/2004
blue day-glo acrylic on 1/32” elastic cord & spring steel
14 × 12 × 6 in / 35.6 × 30.5 × 15.2 cm