• Stanley Brouwn

    Stedelijk Museum and Art & Project

    Stanley Brouwn has been obsessed with line—and, in particular, line derived from human movement—as a form of expression. Brouwn’s work originally developed out of the Fluxus movement, and it is still well within a conceptual format. In one such work, he painstakingly registered and counted his footsteps, which he then logged on index cards and sheets of paper. Brouwn is not the first person to make art from simply walking. Hamish Fulton and Richard Long both present their walking expeditions in photographs, postcards and other material collected en route. Brouwn does not use any anecdotal

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