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Subject is '13 Faggots with neon branches' from 1967 with a special focus on the installation guidelines. Furthermore the meaning, art historical context, making process, installation history and how the work was first assembled and installed at Konrad Fischer's gallery in Düsseldorf is discussed. Other works from the collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum discussed are his first 'Perspective correction', also from 1967 and 'Shadows taped off on a wall' from 1969. He refers briefly to Mario Merz, Richard Long and Gordon Matta-Clark. The artist mentions his latest project of perspective corrections in which he has included artworks from his own collection Robert Mangold, Robert Ryman, Carl Andre, Sol LeWitt.