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Site Specific Art

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Chapter 10 from "Understanding Art, 9e"

Chapter 10 from "Understanding Art, 9e"

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  • 1. CHAPTER 10: SITE SPECIFIC-ART
  • 2. Definition
    • Site Specific art are produced for one
    • location.
    • The content and the meaning are linked to the site.
    • The term site specific art started in the 1960s and 1970s as a blanket category for art that was created for or in a specific location.
  • 3. Types of Site-Specific Art
    • There are many types, goals, and styles of site-specific art including:
    • Land and environmental art
    • Ephemeral art
    • Public art
    • Monuments
  • 4. Nazca Lines - Figure of a Hummingbird
  • 5. FIG: 10-1, p.198 ROBERT SMITHSON. Spiral Jetty , Great Salt Lake, Utah (1970) Black Rocks, salt, earth, eater, and algae. L:1,500’; W:15’.
  • 6. FIG: 10-2, p.199 ANDY GOLDSWORTHY. Ice Piece (12 January 1987). Cibachrome photograph. 76cm x76cm.
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  • 9. FIG: 10-4 MARCO EVARISTTI. The Ice Cube Project (204). Red dye and seawater, Greenland coast.
  • 10. FIG: 10-7, p. 201 WALTER DE MARIA. The Lighting Field (1977). 400 polished stainless steel poles, each d.5.1(2) x h. 628.7(247.5), total area 1 mile x 1km. Quernado, New Mexico.
  • 11. FIG: 10-9, p.203 Ariel view of The Gates in Central Park with Manhattan Skyline.
  • 12. Michael Heizer, Double Negative, 1969/1970
  • 13. FIG: 10-12, p.204 CHARLES SIMONDS. Landscape - Body - Dwelling (1971). Artist’s body, clay. Life Size.
  • 14.  
  • 15. Gordon Matta-Clark "Conical Intersect" 1975
  • 16.  
  • 17. EPHEMERAL ART
  • 18. FIG: 10-13, p.205 CAI GUO-QJANG. Transient Rainbow over East River. New York City (2002).
  • 19. Chris Burden
  • 20. Chris Burden
  • 21. Joseph Beuys
  • 22. Vito Acconci
  • 23. Vito Acconci
  • 24. PUBLIC ART
  • 25. Richard Serra [American, 1939– ], Tilted Arc , 1981.
  • 26. FIG: 10-18, p.208 ANTONI GAUDI. Serpent/Salamander (1900-1914). Parc Guell, Barcelona, Spain.
  • 27. FIG: 10-22, p.209 ANISH KAPOOR. Cloud Gate . Millennium Park, Chicago.
  • 28. MONUMENTS
  • 29. FIG: 10-23, p.210 Cow from the Cow Parade (2006). Boston, Massachusetts.
  • 30. FIG: 10-26, p.211 PETER EISENMAN. Holocaust Memorail, Berlin (2004).
  • 31. FIG: 10-28, p.213 MAYA YING LIN. Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington, D.C. (1982). Polished black granite. L:492’.

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