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Getting Artsy on Earth Day


by Stephen Becker 22 Apr 2010

No, the photo above was not taken at a sit-in. Instead, it’s a piece of Earth Day art created by UNT student Trayce Cochran. The piece is currently on display at the Environmental Education, Science and Technology (EESAT) Building on campus. The artist says that it is a comment on the plight of earthquake-ravaged Haitians […]

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A performance art piece by Trayce Cochran. Photos: Rhonda Boaz/UNT

No, the photo above was not taken at a sit-in. Instead, it’s a piece of Earth Day art created by UNT student Trayce Cochran. The piece is currently on display at the Environmental Education, Science and Technology (EESAT) Building on campus. The artist says that it is a comment on the plight of earthquake-ravaged Haitians in limbo.  It’s part of a larger exhibition called “Neither Outside In Nor Inside Out,” which will be up through May 8. You can read more about the show here.

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Sweeper, by Darac Favre

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  • The title of the piece is “What should such creatures as you and I do, crawling between the cold mood and Earth? (Where errant fools all believe none of us.)”