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Gabriel Orozco

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Orozco, “ Working Tables, ” 2000-2005

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Gabrielle Orozco, “ Empty Shoe Box, ” 1993

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Gabrielle Orozco, “ Empty Shoe Box, ” 1993 Installation at Tate Modern

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Gabrielle Orozco, “ Empty Shoe Box, ” 1993 (Installation shot at MoMA, 2009)

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Gabriel Orozco, “ Mobile Matrix, ” 2006

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Gabriel Orozco, “ Black Kites, ” 1997

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Damien Hirst, “ For the Love of God, ” 2007

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Orozco, “ 4 Bicycles (There is Always One Direction), ” 1994

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Orozco, “ Yielding Stone, ” 1992

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Orozco, “ Until You Find Another Yellow Schwalbe, ” 1995

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Orozco, “ Lintels, ” 2001

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Orozco, “ Ventilator, ” 1997

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Orozco, “ Pinched Ball, ” 1993

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Orozco, “ Breath on Piano, ” 1993

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WHAT IS ART? What is its purpose? How does it function? What is its value? In what ways is it relevant? What should art ’ s relationship be to history/society? What are your preconceptions, assumptions, stereotypes, associations, experiences? What counts as art? Who gets to define it? Where do you draw the line between art and non-art?

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Ai Weiwei, “ Sunflower Seeds, ” 2010, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern

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Ai Weiwei, “ Sunflower Seeds, ” 2010

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