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Unformatted text preview: changes when night nears. Not many people inhabit the streets at the hours of darkness, thus making the area more prone to crime. This neighborhood has had numerous occurrences of crime in the past, which might explain the content in the graffiti. And since the area is vacant at night, it also makes the place most susceptible to this kind of art. Art often has a direct relationship with its environment. The kind of art found in a neighborhood depends on the setting and conditions in which activities are carried on there. The reasoning for this is largely because the people that create these artworks in the neighborhood are influenced by its surroundings. Thus, the type of art in a neighborhood can often be said to Li2 reflect its neighborhood significantly....
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2010 for the course ENRU 1100 taught by Professor Greenfield during the Spring '07 term at Fordham.
- Spring '07