One of America's most important artists, Bruce Nauman has worked in a variety of media since the mid-1960s: sculpture, photography, performance, installation, sound, holography, film, and video. What has been a constant throughout his career, however, is his persistence in exploring both art as an investigation of the self and the power of language to define that self. This volume in the "Art + Performance" series is the combines key critical writings on Nauman with the artist's own writings and interviews with him, as well as images of his work. Bruce Nauman offers a multi-faceted portrait of an artist whose determination to experiment with style and form has created a body of work as eclectic and perhaps more influential than that of any other living American artist.
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Author Biography - Robert C. Morgan
Robert C. Morgan is an internationally known critic, artist, and art historian who lives in New York. He is currently an adjunct professor in the department of fine arts at Pratt Institute. He is a contributing editor for Sculpture Magazine and Tema Celeste, and the editor of the Art + Performance volume Gary Hill, also available from Johns Hopkins.