"Most of my works--certainly the successful ones--have been ones that are in a way causeways--they cause you to make your way along them or around them or to move the spectator over them. They’re like roads, but certainly not fixed point vistas. I think sculpture should have an infinite point of view. There should be no one place or even a group of places where you should be" (C. Andre, quoted in D. Bourdon, "A Redefinition of Sculpture", in Carl Andre: Sculpture 1959-1977, exh. cat., New York, 1978, p. 16).