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À tout hasard. Workshop for children (age 9–12)



8€ / workshop

Booking required
t +352 453785–531

Within the framework of the exhibition

Robert Morris. The Perceiving Body

Inspired by Robert Morris' approach to art, you will experiment with the possibilities of integrating chance into our creation.

Presented across five spaces on two floors of the museum, The Perceiving Body focuses on the artist’s experiments with form, process, and acts of beholding. The works included, dating from 1961 to 1977, are largely associated with Minimal and Postminimal Art, tendencies Morris also addressed – and helped to define – in his extensive theoretical writings of the period. Morris’s work is grounded in the significance of a direct or unmediated encounter with the sculptural object.

For Mudaminis only.
No experience required.
No material to bring.
Min. 3, max. 12 participants.
LU / FR / DE / EN

Robert Morris, "Untitled (Scatter Piece)", 1968-1969/2009. Collection The Art Institute of Chicago. Through prior gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hokin; Contemporary Art Discretionary Fund; Anonymous gift; restricted gift of Janet and Craig Duchossois; Norman Wait Harris Purchase Fund; W.L. Mead Trust Fund for the Encouragement of Art; Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan Fund; Restricted gift of Judith Neisser; Watson F. Blair Prize, Emile L. Wild, William H. Bartles, and Laura Slobe Memorial Prize funds
© 2020 The Estate of Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York