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Zuzu4211
Thu, 8 Oct 1998 21:57:26 EDT


After investigating the Ecological Art Perspectives and Issues section, I
posed two questions:

1.Malcolm Cochrane's Field of Corn is installed in a field in the Midwest.
Would the meaning change if the location changed? Specifically, if the rows
of corn were moved to the Southwest. The indigenous people of the Sonoran
desert also grew varieties of corn, probably before the people in the midwest
discovered it.

2. Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin East and West were constructed with the
ideals that FL Wright believed in. As the world grows,wo can artists and
artisans help societies to understand the importance of integrating ecology
into city structures?