Looking at and Talking about Art: Environmental Concerns.

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>Looking at and Talking about Art: Environmental Concerns Slide 2 I will look at and talk about artwork that focuses on environmental concerns. I will listen to and think about what other people have to say. I will create my own, original artwork that addresses an environmental concern in a unique way. Slide 3 First, LOOK and THINK to yourself quietly: What do I see? Next, take turns asking your partner, What do you see? and listen respectfully to her/his perspective. Kate MacDowell Slide 4 LOOK and THINK quietly to yourself: What is this artwork about? What do I see that makes me think this way? Next, take turns asking your partner, What do you think the artwork is about? Slide 5 Kate MacDowell Slide 6 First, LOOK and THINK to yourself quietly: What do I see? Next, take turns asking your partner, What do you see? and listen respectfully to her/his perspective. Cornelia Hess Honegger Slide 7 LOOK and THINK quietly to yourself: What is this artwork about? What do I see that makes me think this way? Next, take turns asking your partner, What do you think the artwork is about? Cornelia Hess Honegger Slide 8 The artist depicts insects she collects at nuclear test areas and accident sights, and nuclear power plants. Her illustrations reveal physical malformations caused by low- level exposure to radiation. Slide 9 Gregory Kloehn First, LOOK and THINK to yourself quietly: What do I see? Next, take turns asking your partner, What do you see? and listen respectfully to her/his perspective. Alexis Rockman, Rat Evoluation Slide 10 LOOK and THINK quietly to yourself: What is this artwork about? What do I see that makes me think this way? Next, take turns asking your partner, What do you think the artwork is about? Alexis Rockman, Rat Evoluation Slide 11 The artist imagines rats of the future that are based on his research into evolution and todays environmental hazards. These super rats with big kangaroo lets and gigantic fangs that have evolved to survive in a world devastated by human intervention and pollution. Slide 12 Alexis Rockman, Seaworld Slide 13 Alexis Rockman, Central Park </p>

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