collection

one step (4x)

  • 1971
  • stanley brouwn
  • ink, pencil on paper
  • 101 x 71,8 cm (incl. lijst / frame)
  • Location not on view.
  • Acquired in 1975
  • Inventory number 694

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Description

stanley brouwn: ‘everything I’ve ever done and will keep doing for the rest of my life, one could summarize in one phrase: man walks across planet Earth.’ Crossing distances, moving from A to B, is an essential daily human practice. For 'one step (4x)', brouwn measures the size of his steps four times, recording them as individual lines on a sheet of paper.

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