Artwork

John Nixon
The Berlin Project Room EPW:O, 2001

The work of John Nixon, one of the important international representatives of abstract conceptual art since the 1970s, was inspired and guided from the beginning by a conceptualization, informed by utopianism, of culture and art as an ideated space of supra-individual and transnational encounters, dialogues and artistic interplay. John Nixon connected the implications of 1960s Minimalism with intensive research on Russian Constructivism and Marcel Duchamp’s concept of the readymade, and was able to illuminate entirely new interdependencies and networks of relationships therein. The Australian’s artistic work is characterized by the reduction of forms and colors to a defined canon, a concentration on monochromes and basic geometric forms, the inclusion of everyday objects and the constant adaptation of his aesthetic practice to given spatial and cultural contexts.

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