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    • the art of making art without lifting a finger ART111
    • Diane Arbus, Child with Toy Hand Grenade in Central Park, N.Y.C., 196 2
    • Diane Arbus, Teenage Couple on Hudson Street , N.Y.C., 1963
    • Diane Arbus, Two Girls in Curlers, N.Y.C., 1 963
    • Diane Arbus, Young Man and his Pregnant Wife, Washingto n Park, N.Y.C., 196 5
    • Ray Johnson 1927 – 1995
    • Ray Johnson, Mail Art
    • Ray Johnson, Mail Art
    • Ray Johnson, Mail Art
    • Robert Rauschenberg, Erase d de Kooning Drawing, 1963
    • Robert Rauschenberg, Third Time Painting, 1961
    • Robert Rauschenberg, Overdrive , 1963
    • Joseph Cornell, Untitled (Soap Bubble Set), 1936
    • Joseph Cornell, Ann– In Memory, 1954
    • Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 85, 1971
    • Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 260, Museum of Modern Art, 2008
    • Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 260, Museum of Modern Art, 1975
    • Dan Flavin, untitled (to the "innovator" of Wheeling Peachblow), 1966 – 68
    • Dan Flavin, Installation of greens crossing greens (to Piet Mondrian who lacked green), 1966
    • Yoko Ono, Box of Smile, 1971
    • Yoko Ono
    • John Cage, score __,_ _Circus on___, 1979
    • John Cage, Water Music, 1952
    • Relational Aesthetics is defined as: “A set of artistic practices which take as their theoretical and practical point of departure the whole of human relations and their social context, rather than an independent and private space.” Relational Aesthetics, 1998, p. 113
    • Rirkrit Tiravanija, Untitled (Free/Still), 1992
    • Carsten Höller, Revolving Hotel Room, Guggenheim Museum, 2008
    • Read: • Chapter 4, “The Art of Making Art without Lifting a Finger” Respond in your Journal: 1. Reflect (in at least ONE PAGE) on chapter 4, a quote or one of the videos shown in class.