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March 9, 2020

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The Wanderer: Earth as Art

The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.

– Pablo Picasso –

The Wanderer: Earth as Art

“There is this one extravaganza, already in production for five million years now, called Earth. Because it is so full of redundancies, so repetitious in its winters and fishes, we feel we have seen enough to get a handle on it; we would like to set out our critique of the planet’s aesthetic merits and failures before we are toast like Tacitus. There was once a critique that it was “very good,” but that was affectionate and antediluvian; it is high time for a dispassionate reassessment of Earth as art.” Amy Leach takes the reader on this dazzling, tongue-in-cheek, magic carpet ride of a piece. { read more }

Be The Change

Using Leach’s essay as a guide and your artistic eye, wander through your area of the Earth.

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