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DraigMerch
Fri, 9 Oct 1998 02:13:10 EDT


After looking at the Environmental Design section of the Ecological Art
Perspectives and Issues site, two questions came to mind:
1) Is it that any object placed in nature or using what nature gives us is
considered ecological art? (Such as topiary gardens, buildings, memorials)
Where does it end?
2) Should ecological art just benefit the environment, or is it okay to
construct a wall in the middle of nature, or erect corn sculptures on a
beautiful opened field?

Jessica Steinberg
University of Arizona