The creative act involves raising funds addressing

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The creative act involves raising funds, addressing public hearings, acquiring legal permits, and finding volunteer workers The creation and documentation allows us to experience our environment in new ways that refresh our social relationship with the process of art
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Direct opposition to the exclusive, individualistic tradition of most modern Western art Physical path Taken down after 2 weeks Abstract looking by intervening with nature Both: Relations to nature Required a lot of work Temple= 3 layers of ink Fence = long and large (24.5 miles) Contain running path to follow while looking at it 5. Garden of Earthly Delights vs. Matsushima Screens Thesis: Bosch and Sotatsu’s works serve to contemplate human relationship and the natural world while stretched into a story segmentation. Earthly Delights: Religious Left wing = garden of Eden Right wing = vision of hell after last judgment Middle = represents the present, when humanity indulges in sins that can lead to hell Naked figures = momentary delight Landscape has real and imaginary birds symbolizing perverted wisdom Huge berries and other fruits whose multiple seeds hint at promiscuity Theme = humanity before the great flood Adams face when Eve is created demonstrates that sexual pleasure is the first thought of the first man Suggested that tree man in hell is a self portrait of Bosch Matsushima Screen: Demonstrates revival of Japanese concerns with the natural world along with people and their activities Called Matsushima screens because they are thought to depict the three most beautiful landscapes in Japan
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Peaceful with nature depicted containing no people Suggesting people mess things up and cause chaos Some argue that pictures resemble rocky configurations and illustrate a poem from The Tales of Ise Deals with feelings of a man who was banished from capital and is gazing at the surf as he walks along beach Natural elements to reflect human emotions Both: Use of bright colors Tell a story
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  • Fall '09
  • McAlister
  • Jan van Eyck, Self-portrait, celestial book, Matsushima Screens

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