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November 2, 2010

Lygia Clark

Filed under: Art History, Favorite Artists, Performance, Sculpture — fanny luvvin @ 14:15

Lygia Clark is probably one of my only “favorite artists” whose work isn’t primarily reliant on being really visually appealing and/or bright. Her work dealt largely with sensory experiences and interactivity and other weird hippie stuff and it was AWESOME. She was affiliated with a bunch of movements whose first letters are capitalized but I don’t really hold that against her. Her relational objects looked like torture devices but were really intended as therapeutic aids. They were really simple and intimate and beautiful and aren’t you surprised that I’m posting black and white images!??? I am!

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