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Site as System: Local to Global Ecologies
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|Title:||Site as System: Local to Global Ecologies|
|Authors:||Katzeman, John Aaron|
|Contributors:||Faris, Jaimey Hamilton (advisor)|
Art and Art History (department)
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||This essay will discuss the strategic uses of site-specificity in several recent
environmental artworks in and around the city of Los Angeles. Since the early 2000s,
artists have been responding to the city’s natural crises such as drought and air
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