• Søren Jensen

    Galerie Mikael Andersen

    One result of Modernism’s detachment of the idea of sculpture from the idea of the statue has been a blurring of the boundaries between sculpture and architecture. All sorts of nonfunctional (that is, nonhabitable) constructions that would once clearly have been architecture—garden follies, triumphal arches, or any sort of nonfigurative monument—could now just as easily be considered sculpture. In the wake of Minimalism’s adoption of “primary structures,” seriality, and industrial fabrication, many sculptors have adopted methods and forms associated with architecture. Søren Jensen joins this

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