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Sarah Zabrodski on Brice Marden

To create a square and two rectangles from five singular lines might be considered a bit of a geometric riddle. But here Marden eschews puzzle solving for process and turns simple lines into vehicles for internal expression. Despite the seemingly straightforward task of drawing three shapes from five lines, the movement behind these lines belies a broader range of technical considerations and expressive charges.

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