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  • Untitled

    Chicago, IL (2004)

  • Self-Reflexive

    Chicago, IL (2005)

  • Self Portrait: Altered According to Architectural Standards - 1987 Edition

    Q: Why didn’t you make it larger so that it would loom over the observer? A: I was not making a monument. Q: Then why didn’t you make it smaller so that the observer could see over the top? A: I was not making an object. -Tony Smith’s replies to questions about his six-foot steel cube The body is the yardstick by which sculpture and object design is measured. -Steven Whitacre Cut one inch off the legs of your chair and you will instantly know that a lot of people have come to agreement as to the proper height of such things. -Anonymous …This one is just right. -Goldilocks

  • Untitled

    Chicago, IL (2004)

  • Self-Reflexive

    Chicago, IL (2005)

  • Self Portrait: Altered According to Architectural Standards - 1987 Edition

    Q: Why didn’t you make it larger so that it would loom over the observer? A: I was not making a monument. Q: Then why didn’t you make it smaller so that the observer could see over the top? A: I was not making an object. -Tony Smith’s replies to questions about his six-foot steel cube The body is the yardstick by which sculpture and object design is measured. -Steven Whitacre Cut one inch off the legs of your chair and you will instantly know that a lot of people have come to agreement as to the proper height of such things. -Anonymous …This one is just right. -Goldilocks