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champion (achampio)
Thu, 4 Dec 1997 14:00:30 -0700 (MST)

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I am responding to the question (this is my third question) : How does
the process of contempory ecological art making differ from the process of
tradional studio art? From all of the information I have gathered on the
Getty website and in class, contempory ecological art is done outside, in
nature rather than in a room. Traditional studio art to me means working
in a studio with man-made resources, such as paint, canvas, etc... A
contempory studio would be something like creating a piece of artwork
outside with different, unique types of materials or natural materials,
such as rocks, soil,leaves, etc...Ecological art is a great example of a
contempory art studio. I don't know what else could make tradional and
contempory different so if anyone has any suggestions and ideas please let
me know.

Angela D Champion
University of Arizona

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