Tiger woods on art

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Art: To Be or Not To Be In a television commercial for cars, Tiger Wood used his golf clubs to smash multicolored paint-filled golf balls onto large white canvases. The canvases were then sold to raise money for charity. Are they art? Discuss. To me art is much more than just a painting or a mold; it is showing feeling and passion towards something that when seen can move anyone. Tiger Woods is one of the most dedicated athletes in the world of sports, and he has done what I would call art. While many people would not classify hitting paint filled golf balls at a blank canvas as art, I think that it combines his passion of golf and the deep meaning of art. The word “art” was once tagged on a urinal that Marcel Duchamp took out of a bathroom and placed on a pedestal. After taking the urinal he then called the “art” “fountain”. He then went on to sell the urinal for a great deal of money. Perhaps all Tiger is missing is a title. Many other artists have also created art much like Tiger has. They would surround themselves in a room by
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Wray during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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