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4-1 Short Answer: Intent for the Statue of LibertyDeaven WillisSouthern New Hampshire University1. Having read the articles presented in this module, reflect on how their discussion of intent and the changes to it affect your interpretation or understanding of the Statue of Liberty.I have always thought that the Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to reflect our alliance and also to serve as a beacon of hope for the immigrants coming to the United States through Ellis Island. After reading the article, it shown a new light on the Statue of Liberty. I had no idea that the intent for the Statue of Liberty had changed many times. The original artist intended for it to be placed near the Suez Canal before the location changed to New York to symbolize liberty.2. Think about the artifact that you are studying for Project 1. Pose one question about the intent of the creator of the artifact. In one to two paragraphs, explain one approach that you may take to find the answer to that question.Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel is a 133' x 46' masterpiece that is made up of more than 343 figures from the Old Testament. It's intent was to make the Old Testament and God's word known throughout the world. My question for Michelangelo would be, do you think that your intent for the Sistine Chapel's paining was acheived? I would have to research and find out if others have understood Michelangelo's intent for the Chapel.