BABBLE BY MEL BOCHNER 17 – APRIL

Mel Bochner (Pittsburgh, 1940)
Mel Bochner is one of the most important living American conceptual artists of today. Related to Joseph Kosuth and Bruce Nauman, his work has
been exhibited in prestigious museums such as the Tate Modern in London or the MoMA in New York. Bochner’s pieces fuse interests in design,
written language, and art to push the boundaries of conceptual art. His interests are geometry, color, and length; his art is transgressive and experimental. In his own words: “My feeling was that there were ways of extending, or reinventing visual experience, but that it was very important that it remain visual […] The viewer should enter the idea through a visual or phenomenological experience rather than simply reading it.”

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