"I've proposed a model to describe [a way of working], not accurately but metaphorically. I call this the three-vector model, the vector being a representation of a line with [directional] force, length and slope. The first vector represents one's personal skills, accidents, history—environmental factors, behaviors [etc.]. The second vector represents the properties and qualities of [available] materials. The third is economic, which is a kind of intermediary between the objective and subjective [aspects of vectors one and two]. Now, if these vectors have three points of intersection there's a contained triangle in the center: there I would say is where the work comes about."
—Carl Andre, 1970
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