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Arch 'Adaptations' on Hilltop Campus Make Refuse Art [news]

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Published on Jan 8, 2013

Sculpture artist Mark Baugh-Sasaki installs one of his largest works "Adaptations" on the University of San Francisco Hilltop Campus.
Statement from the artist: "We as humans exist in a place where the natural landscape has been transformed through its relationship with the industrial and the industrial landscape is being transformed through its ties to the natural. This bond between the natural and industrial landscapes has created a new hybridized landscape. This link creates relationships, adaptations, transformations and conflicts for balance within this new hybrid environment. My sculptures use a combination of industrial and natural materials and processes to create fantastical objects that are inhabitants of or illustrate the evolving systems and interactions in this new landscape. I want to make the viewer more aware of their environment and their connection to it."
(1/8/2013)

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