Thirty years on from Rosalind Krauss’ seminal text Sculpture in the Expanded Field, a panel of artists and critics reconsiders the concept of the "expanded field" in light of contemporary art production. Co-sponsored by the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, the discussion reflects upon how performative, discursive, and design models developed since the essay's publication may have shifted the formal, political, and semiological parameters of sculpture today.

Moderator
Fionn Meade, Curator, SculptureCenter

Participants
Johanna Burton, art historian and critic
Josiah McElheny, sculptor and faculty member, Yale University
William Pope.L, performance artist and Professor of Theater and Rhetoric, Bates College

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