Waste and Art in Other Climes: A Review of Few Sculptors

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Waste and Art in Other Climes 

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The industrial revolution ushered in quantum production of goods in various materials and the continuous churning of such goods obviously led to wastes within the environment.The wastes in the ecological space which has posed serious ecological and environmental menace is hitherto engaged in art production by some sculptors that has spanned several decades .Ranging from 1917 to 2008. Waste Art was not a conventional art practice until the twentieth century when he was acknowledged as a genre of art which couldThe theory of “Take and Put, De- contextualize and contextualize” forwarded by Ibarra (2001) aptly capsulated the theoretical frame, backed up bythe philosophy of “Reduce, reuse, recycle” which is the “holy trilogyon which this study hinged onSome randomly selection of a few Sculptors are reviewed in this thesis. The analytical descriptive mode of qualitative research was employed. Sculptors, Pablo Picasso, Ray Tomasso: Alina Szapocznikow, Sayaka Ganz, PaulBonomini, Christophe Guadin , Goncalo Mabunda, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Laura Lynn Jansen, Veronika Richterova ,Peter Buggenhout and the futuristic highly technical Ralf Sander were reviewed in this study.The study exposed the artists and the waste used revealed the community of location of the waste .The waste Artist points out the danger of waste within the ecological space even as he utilizes them. 

Period6 Jun 2020

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  • TitleWaste and Art in Other Climes: A Review of Few Sculptors
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletInternational Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size3pg
    CountryNigeria
    Date6/06/20
    Descriptionpaper on The industrial revolution ushered in quantum production of goods in various materials and the continuous churning of such goods obviously led to wastes within the environment.The wastes in the ecological space which has posed serious ecological and environmental menace is hitherto engaged in art production by some sculptors
    Producer/AuthorAntonia Okogwu, BA.Nigeria, MFA.ABU,PhD.DELSU. Dept. of Fine Arts and Design University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
    URLwww.ijhssi.org/papers/vol9(6)/Series-3/D0906032332.pdf
    PersonsRalf Sander

Keywords

  • sculpture
  • environmental art
  • art
  • nigeria