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PLastic is where Checagou IS

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freeman fulwiley

on 4 December 2015

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Transcript of PLastic is where Checagou IS

So What is PLASTIC????? Plastics are made from materials found in nature like natural gas,oil, coal, minerals and plants. The very first plastics were made by nature.In fact you can get plastic from a rubber tree.
Chicago or Chicagou
Chicago has a natural begining its name comes from the Native American Algic word shikaakwa.
Which was translated to be wild garlic/onion. Which "founders" called these chicagou.
Concept
I want to visualize where Chicago Stands on recyling vs where they stand of the environment in the inner city.
While they are working to improve pollution to nature they shouldn't forget the nature of the people
Artist References

David Allen Peters
Leah Rosenburg
Paint Stacks
Untitled
Impressions
Sibu Masters
Recap
Process
Methane CH4
Ethane-C2H6
Propane-C3H8
Butane-C4H10
Heluim-HE
Carbon Dioxide C02
Nitrogen-N2
Hydrogen Sulfide-H2S
Oxygen-02
References

Explained my Process

I explained what connects Chicago and plastic together.
They both have natural origins

I Informed what those orgins are

Explained my concept-Which is to visualize the status of Chicago



Plastic is Where Checagou IS
In this presentation I will:
Show and inform you of the process
Talk about artist References
Talk about Chicago's and Plastic's Origins
Explain the Concept of the idea
Recap
Conclude

Conclusion
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In this half of the presentation I will:
Talk about artist References
Explain the Process and materials
Talk about concepts of both projects
Hit'em with a quote
Conclusion


Dan
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Artist References
Débricollage
Jean Tingley
James R. Eads
Gauche Paintings NYC metro cards
Jean Tinguely communicates and interacts with the spectator. The machine functions and becomes art. Tinguely’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony and poetry.
Process
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Dan
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Concept
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Dan
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Thick acrylic painting style that continues the 1998 series of creating landscapes of places in my life.

This is a depiction of my high school its a documentation of another important year of my life.
This was an evolution of my sculpture style.

Another step accepting my personal creating style unaesthetics
Both pieces have exceeded my expectations and its because its challenging my tangible concepts that I have put on my piece.

Through all this I have learned that
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simplcity is the peak of beauty
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Conclusion
Materials
Wood
Canvas
Acrylic paint

Plastic recycled Bag
Leaves
Bolts
Washers

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