Lynda Benglis examines and deconstructs the physicality of painting through a range of mediums, including her poured latex and foam works created during the late 1960s. In conjunction with the opening of Target Practice: Painting Under Attack 1949–78, Benglis speaks on her influential body of work and the way it challenges artistic conventions.
The Creatively Speaking series provides a forum for artists to explain the philosophies underlying their work and for audiences to ask the questions they rarely have a chance to ask.
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