Well-known for his writing on Happenings, performance art, and avantgarde theatre, Michael Kirby also produced a series of highly notable photo-sculptures. Developed in conjunction with the theoretical concept of “situational aesthetics,” these “embedded sculptures” were conceived of as “visual instruments” that explored the relationship of space, time, context, and beholder.

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