Why is environment sculpture debated as a form of art by academic scholars? a. art is not suppose to be dependent on its environment, for it to be fully experienced. b. environment sculpture is a relatively new form of art, and therefore there are no concrete definitions or boundaries for it. c. all types of sculptures are designed to affect the way a space is experience, and therefore it is debatable whether there is anything unique about environment sculpture. d. the environment and nature is art in itself, and many scholars feel that it should not be destroyed in order to create artistic sculptures.

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Answered by answersmine AT 19/08/2019 - 05:57 PM

The environment sculpture debated as a form of art by academic scholars is because all types of sculptures are designed to affect the way a space is experience, and therefore it is debatable whether there is anything unique about environment sculpture. The answer is C.
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