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Bill Bartman

In Conversation

Dorothea Rockburne and Klaus Kertess

When I leaned those four eight-by-three foot, thin-gauge metal sheets against the wall, predictably they naturally sagged in the center. There was something wrong with the way my body experienced that sag. When leaning, the panels didn’t push back at me.

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The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2019

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