Bruce Nauman (b. 1941)

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Flour Arrangements (1967)

Flour Arrangements, a photo series showing Nauman pushing some piles of flour around on the floor. He uses his body by treating it like material for his art. Nauman committed himself to making one ephemeral flour sculpture each day for over a month.

UbuWeb viewer Sarah adds:

""Hi, I just wanted to let you know that you have a incorrect attribution in your film list. The video you list as Bruce Nauman's Flour Arrangement is actually a work by William Allen on which Nauman collaborated--also, only half of the video you have up is Flour Arrangement. The second half of the tape is a collaborative work by Richard Felciano, Joanne Kyger and Loren Sears, called Slip Back Into the Shining Sea, also produced as part of KQED's Experimental Project in 1967"