For example, we’re offering a work from Minimalist master Robert Morris that’s part of his “Location” series, a group of 17 unique variations he executed in 1973. Location is a square gray relief
rendered in lead with small adjustable meters attached near all four edges. The numbers on the meters
correspond to the distance in feet from the work to the nearest walls, ceiling and floor as described by
the text and arrows that accompany them. With its colorless, anonymous style and focus on the physical
context of its display above everything else, Location challenges expectations of art as a form of
expression, one of the core principals of minimalism.