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This is an inquiry, not a criticism. What are you trying to teach the
students about Goldsworthy's work through this studio? I am having trouble
relating your choice of medium with the ideas behind Goldsworthy's work.
That is not to say that I believe you have to use natural items in order to
teach about him, I am just wondering about how you have related this studio
to him and the main ideas of your lesson. I have just taught a similar
lesson and I am interested in your approach. Also, I can tell you where I
went wrong and you may be able to build off of that in order to avoid the
same mistakes. Please, feel free to respond via e-mail if you do not want
to take up space on the list-serve.
It appears that we are marooned in the proverbial tributary lacking
sufficient means of motivation.