Late he invented what he called the stabile, a large static work, often painted his favorite color--red! These artists use basic geometric forms, often repeating them in non-traditional sculptural arrangements.
But he soon advanced to huge projects, bureaucratic nightmares, in which he and scores of assistants wrapped the natural environment temporarily.
Christo Wrapped Coast, Little Bay, Australia, 1969 Christo hoped to intensify the viewer's awareness of the environment by wrapping more than a million square feet of coastline.
One last new medium is light.
Called an "action" painter, he passionately threw himself into painting as he poured, dripped, and swirled paint on canvases which he placed on the floor.
You might give some thought to the differences between a fountain and a urinal and whether you would like a urinal to be a fountain! Instead the paintings are alive in every area so that the eye can't rest on any particular spot.
See, for example, the work below.
Are the place settings appropriate symbols of their lives and achievements? She began the project as a sort of feminist "Last Supper" but expanded the place settings to focus on 39 women in history tiles on the floor add 999 additional names.