Artworks and Artists

Morris, Robert
254 pieces of felt


At one time a leading exponent of Minimal art, Morris moved on to produce anti-form or process art. He argued in Anti-form that it was time for art to go beyond the static forms of Minimalism. Morris began to question the traditional and time-honoured notion that art is a form of work that ends in a finished product. In 1967 he began making soft felt sculptures, allowing the pliable nature of the materials to shape the overall form of the work. By doing so, he placed value on randomness and chance.