Currently Undergoing Conservation Treatment
Donald Judd sought autonomy and clarity for the constructed object and the space created by it. Laumeier Sculpture Park is fortunate to have a major outdoor concrete work by this historically important artist. Untitled consists of three open-ended, concrete cubes placed in a row so that the viewer may look through them like a tunnel. Partitions are placed vertically inside each cube at varying angles calculated to change the viewer's perception when looking through them. The box form appears frequently in Judd's work and is considered a prime example of the conceptual interests of the Minimalist movement.
Laumeier Sculpture Park Collection with funds from Judith and Adam Aronson, Hope and Julian Edison, Clayton Corporate Park Partnership, Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Frank, Linclay Corporation, Mark Twain Bancshares, David Mesker
Location: South Lawn