Beyond Modern Sculpture. The effects of science and technology on the sculpture of this century

A pioneering critical study of the origins of modern sculptural form–the works that blink, move, create sound, and otherwise make new demands on space. Some 134 black-and-white photographs illustrate the ample text. Burnham, a sculptor with both art and engineering training, is a fellow at MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Research. He sees technological innovation as the “”controlling force”” in contemporary sculpture.

Text: Burnham Jack. cm 20×24; pp. 402; BW ills.; hardcover with dust jacket. Publisher: Georg Braziller, New York, 1967.

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A pioneering critical study of the origins of modern sculptural form–the works that blink, move, create sound, and otherwise make new demands on space. Some 134 black-and-white photographs illustrate the ample text. Burnham, a sculptor with both art and engineering training, is a fellow at MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Research. He sees technological innovation as the “”controlling force”” in contemporary sculpture.

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