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The Expanded Field, diagram by Rosalind Krauss. Reprinted from Krauss, R. (1979). Sculpture in the Expanded Field. October, 8, p. 37 

The Expanded Field, diagram by Rosalind Krauss. Reprinted from Krauss, R. (1979). Sculpture in the Expanded Field. October, 8, p. 37 

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... paradigm was changing and using the classic definition of sculpture was becoming very uncomfortable to refer tri-dimensional artwork. Art historian Rosalind Krauss (Krauss, 1979), a very active art critic of the New York scene, responded with the realm of the expanded field (see Figure 6). Sculpture had "entered the full condition of its inverse logic and had become pure negativity: the combination of exclusions… the category that resulted from the addition of the not-landscape to the not-architecture" (Krauss, 1979, p. 36). ...

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