Richard Serra's Verbs

IB Visual Arts: Richard Serra's Verbs

This is an exercise in lateral thinking for the experimentally minded In the mid-1960s Richard Serra began experimenting with nontraditional materials, including fiberglass, neon, vulcanized rubber, and, later, lead. He combined his examination of these materials and their properties with an interest in the physical process of making sculpture. The result was a list of action verbs—"to roll, to crease, to curve"—that...


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