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Re: introduction

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kate (gresham.10)
Thu, 23 Oct 1997 21:33:49 -0500


I am struggling with this same question right now. I am working on a river
and wish to integrate some form of artwork along the stream that both calls
attention to important sites AND does not interfere with ecological
function. I find the field of corn interesting, but I don't wish to create
an analogous "River of Fish" to call attention to the places of importance
on the river. Do you see my problem?

We have been thinking about some kind of video connection to sites on the
river. Would appreciate your thoughts on how to connect the real (and I
add, very much endangered) place.

Ron Hirschi, Information Gravel Road (I work as a biologist and a student
at OSU kindly types this on to the fast track stuff you are all hooked to)

>Hi everyone,
>My name is Chien-hua Kuo. I am art education major and working for
>master program at Ohio state University. Now I am taking AE605 course,
>Social and Cultural Factors in Art Education, which I learn how to get
>more infromation related art education, so I like to join in this talk
>My interesting issue about art ecology is how an art work becomes a
>landmark to involve residents to identity with the art work and its
>meaning. I got this idea because I read the article indrouceing Malcolm
>Cochrin and his art work "Field of Corn". If you have any idea, please
>e-mail me.
>Chien-hua Kuo