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The publication of Cardew's collected writings, Cornelius Cardew: A Reader, would seem to contribute to this fractured image of the artist--he argues with himself endlessly, both within and between the essays, and, toward the end of this chronologically arranged volume, renounces his compositions almost as soon as he completes them.
That's one of the few sentences I jotted down not long ago while making my way through Alfred Korzybski's Collected Writings (Institute of General Semantics, 1990, p.
of Bristol, UK) have collected writings on political theory by William E.
Piet Mondrian, "The Manifestation of Neo-Plasticism in Music and the Italian Futurists' Bruiteurs" (1921), in The New Art, the New Life: The Collected Writings of Piet Mondrian, ed.
Abstracts and versions of them may be found in Korzybski's Collected Writings, listed above.
Architectural regionalism; collected writings on place, identity, modernity, and tradition.
Liza Bear and Willoughby Sharp, "Discussions with Heizer, Oppenheim, Smithson," Avalanche 1 (Fall 1970), as reprinted in Robert Smithson: The Collected Writings, Jack Flam, ed.
Perhaps this is what Robert Smithson had in mind when he wrote in 1966, "Flavin's destruction of classical time and space is based on an entirely new notion of the structure of matter" (Robert Smithson: The Collected Writings, ed.
Brummer on meaning and the Christian faith; collected writings of Vincent Brummer.
A Sedimentation of the Mind: Earth Projects," Robort Smithson: The Collected Writings, ed.
These built on Robert Hobbs's crucial first monograph (1981) and Smithson's own collected writings, providing access to the unpublished religious texts and fantastic drawings that are now part of the Smithson corpus.
In fact, I learned of the oil rigs when I was at Rozel Point and through my subsequent reading of Smithson's collected writings.