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Modernism Contested: Gego's Grids and the Aesthetics of Temporality

  title={Modernism Contested: Gego's Grids and the Aesthetics of Temporality},
  author={Victoria L. Fedrigotti},
ion.58 Furthermore, As Julieta Gonzalez writes, Gego’s most notable abandonment of geometric principles in Reticulárea was achieved via her “elimination of a center, [and] accentuation of the nonhierarchical and the nonsignifying.”59 While Gego had initially employed abstraction’s affinity for rigidly linear structural frameworks in her works, in Reticulárea, Gego countered the movement’s emphasis on rigidity and precision by incorporating an organizing principle that celebrated chance, the… Expand


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