Ruth Oppenheim. Parallel Stress. 2005. Reenactment of the 1970 art work by Dennis Oppenheim.

"Parallel Stress" is a reenactment of a 1970 art work by Dennis Oppenheim. The project unfolds not only as a reenactment but also as a search for the artist’s

two stage transfer drawing, 1971, dennis oppenheim

unrar: “ Dennis Oppenheim, Two Stage Transfer Drawing (Advancing To A Future State), 1971 ”

Dennis Oppenheim, Wound 1954-1970, 1970 Black and white photography and text. 40 × 60 × 2 in, 101.6 × 152.4 × 5.1 cm

From Dennis Oppenheim studio, Dennis Oppenheim, Wound Black and white photography and text, 40 × 60 × 2 in

parallel stress by dennis oppenheim, 1970  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com

parallel stress by dennis oppenheim, 1970 Art Experience NYC…

Dennis Oppenheim: Devil's Hole, 1978. Photo-text. Lithograph. 41.25 x 29.75 in (104.78 x 75.57 cm). Edition of 150, Signed and numbered.

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Dennis Oppenheim : Body to Performance, 1969-73 (Hardcover) (Nick Kaye & Amy Van Winkle Oppenheim)

Dennis Oppenheim : Body to Performance, 1969-73 (Hardcover) (Nick Kaye & Amy Van Winkle Oppenheim)

Dennis and Erik Oppenheim, 1971 - A feed-back Situation

"I originate movement which Erik translates and returns to me. What I get in return is my movement fed through his sensory system." // Dennis and Erik Oppenheim, 1971

Annual Rings, 1968  Dennis Oppenheim.  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com

Artist: Dennis Oppenheim (American, Electric City, Washington New York). Date: Medium: Gelatin silver print(s), ink on paper, photomechani.

Dennis Oppenheim - Two-stage Transfer Drawing (1971)  "As I run a marker along Eric’s back he attempts to duplicate the movement on the wall. My activity stimulates a kinetic response from his sensory system. I am, therefore, drawing through him"

Two Stage Transfer Drawing Dennis Oppenheim. “As I run a marker along Eric’s s back he attempts to duplicate the movement on the wall. My activity stimulates a kinetic response from his sensory system.

Carey Young ‘Body Techniques (after Parallel Stress, Dennis Oppenheim,1970)’, 2007 © Carey Young, courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Carey Young ‘Body Techniques (after Parallel Stress, Dennis 2007 © Carey Young, courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

dennis oppenheim aging 1974

dennis oppenheim aging 1974

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