B O U R R I A U D
Saw artists as facilitators rather than makers and regarded art as information exchange between the artist and the viewers. The artist, in this sense, gives audiences access to power and the means to change the world.
S E R R A
He explored how an art work might relate intimately to a specific setting; how it might take up a physical as well as a visual relationship to a viewer; and how it might create spaces (or environments) in which a viewer can experience universal qualities of weight, gravity, agility, and even a kind of meditative response.