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March 08, 2007

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Dale Hazelton

I'll agree that some environment art is crap, Christo's Gates for one (how many people have his installations killed, anyway?). But true "Earthworks" are pretty cool. Any art that you can't be sold, resold or brokered and make a huge commission off, any art that is changed daily by the weather (Spiral Jetty is basically submerged forever), any art that uses Ma Nature as both canvas, medium and subject, any art that ultimately exists only in art history books and the minds of those who experience it is something kind of special. Moore's piece is perfect, utilizing natural materials to demonstrate our oversized-novelty-clownshoe-sized footprint on this planet. Bravo!

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