1. Please go to Art21.Links to an external site. Find Krzystof Wodiczko and read his biography. Other links will lead you to slideshows and interviews with the artist. Then watch the video clips b

1.    Please go to Art21.Links to an external site.  Find Krzystof Wodiczko and read his biography. Other links will lead you to slideshows and interviews with the artist. Then watch the video clips before answering the following discussion question:

Discuss Wodiczko’s comment, “It seems easier to be honest speaking to thousands of people through a monument than to tell the truth at home to the closest person.” What is the First Amendment? (If someone else has already answered this correctly, the rest of you do not need to repeat the information.)How does it relate to Wodiczko’s  work and the quote above?How does this change, if at all, how you view art and it’s purpose?

 2.  Please go to Art 21.Links to an external site.  Find Louise Bourgeois and read her biography. Other links will lead you to slideshows and interviews with the artist. Then watch the video clips before answering the following discussion question:

Bourgeois states that it might be true that an artist has “something in them that either refuses or is unable to grow up.” What do you think she means by this?

What are the sorts of ideas she is dealing with here: politically, morally, poetically and/or psychologically? What is her message? Is she successful in getting her ideas across?

3.    Please go to Art 21. Links to an external site.Find Richard Serra  and read his biography. Other links will lead you to slideshows and interviews with the artist. Then watch the video clips before answering the following discussion question:

Is Serra’s work art? Is it architecture? Why/why not? (Consider here the materiality, methods of construction, site choices, color, forms, etc. in your answer).

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