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  1. A response to Dragondrop.org’s “But is it art?”

    […] instillation on the coast near Bridlington and posed the question “Is it art?” (please click here to read the excellent article in question). I would like to give my two pence as to what art is […]

  2. A response to Dragondrop.org’s “But is it art?” | Ijo Pona

    […] instillation on the coast near Bridlington and posed the question “Is it art?” (please click here to read the excellent article in question). I would like to give my two pence as to what art is […]

  3. A response to Dragondrop.org’s “But is it art?”

    […] instillation on the coast near Bridlington and posed the question “Is it art?” (please click here to read the excellent article in question). I would like to give my two pence as to what art is […]

  4. Oliver Stones
    Oliver Stones 11 October, 2014 at 10:33 am |

    This art was designed to be viewed from above, I’m guessing from upon the cliff edge where you should be able to see it as a face with a hand partially covering it, but, I feel t would look better if you could get more directly above it.

    The art is actually quite cleaver as from chose up it appears strange and like you write, almost industrial like a ship yard or something, but from a farther perspective it is seen as a face on a beautiful landscape.

    You can actually see (though pixelated) the face on Google earth and the image quality will improve with technology. As the art was there years before Google earth, or even google the artist was either forward thinking or just got lucky 🙂

    Have a look at the art from a farther perspective and let us know your feelings

  5. A Response To Dragondrop.org's "But is it art?" • TreeBark Design

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  6. A Response To Dragondrop.org’s “But is it art?” – Ijo Pona

    […] instillation on the coast near Bridlington and posed the question “Is it art?” (please click here to read the excellent article in question). I would like to give my two pence as to what art is […]

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