ASPEN 5+6 - THE MINIMALISM ISSUE

Fall -Winter, 1967

Roaring Fork Press, New York

Guest Designer / Editor: Brian O'Doherty

Guest Art Directors: David Dalton and Lynn Letterman

28 = 1 + 4 + 5 + 8 + 10

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ESSAYS    
     
Barthes, Roland  The Death of the Author  Book 
Kubler, George Style and The Representation of Historical Times  Book
Sontag, Susan  The Aesthetics of Silence  Book
     
FICTION     
     
Beckett, Samuel  Text for Nothing # 8  Record
Burroughs, William Nova Express (excerpt) Record 
Robbe-Grillet, Alain  "Now the shadow of the southwest column" from Jealousy Record
     
MUSIC     
     
Cage, John  Fontana Mix-Feed [realized by Max Neuhaus] Record 
Feldman, Morton The King of Denmark Record
     
SCULPTURE     
     
Smith, Tony  The Maze  Boards 
     
FILMS     
     
Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo  Lightplay: Black - White - Grey (1932) [excerpt]  Film 
Morris, Robert / Van Der Beek, Stan  Site (1964) [excerpt]  Film 
Rauschenberg, Robert  Linoleum (1967) [excerpt]  Film 
Richter, Hans  Rhythm 21 (1921) Film
   
INTERVIEW     
     
Cunningham, Merce  Interview Record
     
DOCUMENTS    
     
Cunningham, Merce  Space, Time and Dance  Record 
Duchamp, Marcel  The Creative Act (1957) Record 
Duchamp, Marcel  Some texts from A L'infinitif (1919-20)  Record
Gabo, Naum / Norton Pevsner  The Realistic Manifesto (1920) Record 
Huelsenbeck, Richard Four poems from Phantastische Gebete (1916) Record
MacAgy, Douglas  The Russian Desert: A Note on Our State of Knowledge  Print 
     
DATA    
     
Bochner, Mel Seven Translucent Tiers  Print 
Cage, John / Max Neuhaus Score for Fontana Mix-Feed Print 
Feldman, Morton  Score for the King of Denmark  Print 
LeWitt, Sol  Serial Project # 1  Print 
O'Doherty, Brian Structural Play # 3  Print 
Robbe-Grillet, Alain  Translation of Jealousy (recorded excerpt)  Print 
Smith, Tony Drawings for The Maze  Print
     
POETRY     
     
Butor, Michel  Conditionnement Print
Graham, Dan Poem / Schema Print
     
     
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Art in America  May-June 1968