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Fort Worth Weekly

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Fort Worth Weekly

‘In a bright, LED-lit gallery nestled between the industrial and design districts of Dallas are precisely crafted wood and metal sculptures that lie somewhere between the rigidity of formalism and the serenity of minimalism.

The subject of minimalism is something I’ve been thinking about for the past couple of weeks while working with area high school students around Agnes Martin and Fred Sandback. As we created self-portraits using information unique to ourselves while referring to the forms and systems of these two artists, a colleague referred me to this quote from Sandback: “I left the model of such discrete sculptural volumes for a sculpture which became less of a thing in itself, more of a diffuse interface between myself, my environment, and others peopling that environment.”’

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