Respond to the following questions in your essay:
� Why is the sculpture there?
� What (or whom) does it represent?
� What was the source of the funding for the sculpture placement?
� How do people feel about the work and where it is located?
Public Sculpture In Our Town
For this essay, you will take a photograph of a sculpture in your community. If you are unable to photograph a local sculpture, please locate one of interest using the
Internet. Please provide the title, author, and location of the sculpture.
If you took a photograph of a local sculpture, please paste the image in a Word document along with your written essay.
Why do I carry emergency Neosporin and bandages around with me, for the inevitable accidental flesh wounds?”Through questioning and written refection, she found that “perhaps we need the process of sculpture and of creation and art-making because it’s our own way of attempting to understand our reality.”“Meg is amazing and, reading her essay, I empathized completely.
Arthistorian Rosalind Krauss, keen to map this rupture with high modernism'sformalism, recognised the need for a new terminology for sculpture that hadmoved off the pedestal, into the gallery and out into the environment, titlingher influential essay 'Sculpture in the Expanded Field'.