Process Art


A subset of the general category of Postminimalism in which the materials used, their placement, and the general construction of a work takes precedence over the finished product. The movement began in the mid-1960s when such artists as Richard Serra, Robert Morris, Lynda Benglis, and Eva Hesse reacted against the fabricated modular units of Minimalism by investigating and documenting the artistic production process, often intentionally leaving exposed on the final form the traces of its creation.

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