Ian Wallace

Ian Wallace gives lecture about “The ‘Impure’ Aspects of Conceptual Art”. Wallace discusses the “eccentric” or “impure” aspects of conceptual art, from its origins in the late modernism of the 1960s, through to the postmodernist period of the 70s. During this period artists everywhere — inspired by the experimental anti-object strategies of conceptual art — were simultaneously expanding the definition of its original proposition. You can watch it here.

Ian Wallace gives lecture about “The ‘Impure’ Aspects of Conceptual Art”. Wallace discusses the “eccentric” or “impure” aspects of conceptual art, from its origins in the late modernism of the 1960s, through to the postmodernist period of the 70s. During this period artists everywhere — inspired by the experimental anti-object strategies of conceptual art — were simultaneously expanding the definition of its original proposition. You can watch it here.

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