Inhabiting the Expanded Field


  • Ox-Bow, School of Art and Artists' Residency 3435 Rupprecht Way MI, 49453 United States

Lan Tuazon and Marie Lorenz

SCULPT 652 001
3 credit hours
Lab Fee: $100

It has been 36 years since Rosalind Krauss published Sculpture in the Expanded Field. This class unites her groundbreaking essay with Aisthesis, beginning with axiomatic structure and then moving into the landscape as a series of constructed and marked sites for corporeal, lived experiences. Students will study what it means to make art with the immediacy and presence of the body, while working on sculpture and installation. On location, in the landscape, they will produce collective experiences for human practices that have not yet been established in space and with an emphasis on performative misuse.

Marie Lorenz and Lan Tuazon have been collaborating on interventions in space since 2000 and are members of the collaborative group Witness.