Sol LeWitt's wall drawings are specified in written instructions, the art existing between his words and what appears on the wall.
The duration of a wall drawing is variable.
These drawings can be produced, erased, transmitted, reenacted, scaled, and varied from site to site.
The work is viewed on a wall but talked about, collected, and understood as a larger system.
The art is considered 'conceptual' but it also reads as 'spiritual' (in the way Kandinsky wrote about the spirit of an artwork transcending materials).
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