The Ethics of Earth Art analyzes the development of the earth art movement, arguing that artists are connected through their elucidation of the earth as a domain of ethical concern. Revealing the fundamental difference between the human world and the earth, Amanda Boetzkes shows that earth art mediates the sensations of nature while allowing nature itself to remain irreducible to human signification.
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