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Christine Kozlov: Conundrums of An Art Practice

Melvin, Jo (2016) Christine Kozlov: Conundrums of An Art Practice. Henry Moore Institute: Essays on Sculpture (74). pp. 5-16. ISSN 2047-2471

Type of Research: Article
Creators: Melvin, Jo

The American artist Christine Kozlov (1945-2005) was one of the key thinkers in the first wave of Conceptual Art practices. She questioned assumptions of what an artwork can be and how it is made, challenging traditional understandings of sculpture to pave the way for art as it is understood today. The essay considers Christine Kozlov's artistic output through the lens of sculpture. Her work includes books, typescripts, systems of musical notation, recording equipment, film and photography. Her work was based on a systematic participation and then programmatic withdrawal from the artistic networks with which she engaged. This position of withdrawal remains a paradigm to continue to explore gritty questions of art's status and how work and practice are represented and remembered.

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Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed: conceptual art, oral histories, artist networks
Publisher/Broadcaster/Company: The Henry Moore Foundation
Your affiliations with UAL: Other Affiliations > CCW Graduate School
Colleges > Chelsea College of Arts
Date: 6 January 2016
Funders: Henry Moore Foundation, Terra Foundation of American Art
Date Deposited: 18 Jul 2016 15:08
Last Modified: 18 Jul 2016 15:08
Item ID: 9033
URI: https://ualresearchonline.arts.ac.uk/id/eprint/9033

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