Doug Hall on his utopian generation

The radical atmosphere of the 1960s inspired Doug Hall in his early career, and helped him understand sculpture as a "bodily experience" that can incorporate media, architecture, time, and space. He discusses the formation of the San Francisco artist collective T. R. Uthco, and media extravaganzas with Ant Farm in which he acted as the fictitious political figure the "Artist President."

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