Lost and Found `

Amongst  the poverty, the hoarders had collected the rubbish that be lost from the tip, Cross Fit, bins amongst  the neighborhood etc.; they find their treasures to hoard. Maybe even  homeless  but maybe not homeless but in someone’s  homes had also becomes holders  maybe either make money as business to make a living, or keep for themselves.

However as many academic, critics, writer, artists as soon had brought the insightful full of interests in the culture socialite by attracting the rubbish takes in place. In relating ‘sociological’ of the poverty and homeless. Critics makes the documentary of the study of human culture:  lost and found objects amounts the rubbish from a tip or cross put or even in somebody bins in the neighborhood. Gillian whitely used Ted Both as example his interested in the ‘Mongo’ by published of the documents of the waste in Manhattan as he understands the reason behind the poverties cultures.

Here is one examples from ‘Junk politics and art’ Whitney picks the good example of the cultures of the poverty in the Manhattan street, which  showed within the photograph, 1990 was published was public on September 2009 at union square, New York by Ted Botha

“Abandoned van crammed with cardboard and debris, Union Square, New York, September 2009. Photograph by the author.”

From this one of example that Gillian whitely had chosen a photographs example of ‘Abandoned van cramm4d with cardboard and debris, union square, New York, September 2009. Photograph by the author: Gillian Whitely, Page 12-13 this photos was ‘Published in 2004 by Ted Both. He is a traveller around the world and records his journey on his blogs. In 1990 He had travelled to new you’re from South Africa. From this photograph he had showed the ‘street characters’ to show motivated with reasons behind the lack of uniformity. He finds the ‘treasure hunters’ who makes business though out the rubbish to find values available in Manhattan to make a good living as best they can.

Just as well hoarders turns what it looks like rubbish in to their treasure as the culture itself become ‘hyper-consumption’.

In my perspective to the artists and Critics who the remade or recycled rejected objects or lost and found things transition into visual art, according to the photos that were abandonment such as the van turns valuables to the writers eyes as Ted Botha becomes interest in the mongo, which it may be mange bit more by the resources. it’s  how you or other viewers or even professional see the remake waste in rediscovery as art weather it was made by artist  or just outside rubbish sitting to place the object in the space. However the artist pint of view the artwork can look like rubbish. However, poetry meaningful surreal or the works can be literally be rubbish and even look like rubbish because it is rubbish. I Believe in my researched that yes the language of materials can be explored in research by experimented the material into a game to find out what the materiel can transmission for. As the garbology researched use the other time, I can’t see why it is not an art movement when a lot of assemblage or sculptor or mixed media artist weather they are profitably make a living or armature artists who works as a hobby. Because the works is made up things by rubbish reuse materials

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Here is one examples from ‘Junk politics and art’ Whitney picks the good example of the cultures of the poverty in the Manhattan street, which  showed within the photograph, 1990 was published was public on September 2009 at union square, New York by Ted Botha

From this one of example that Gillian whitely had chosen a photographs example of ‘Abandoned van cramm4d with cardboard and debris, union square, New York, September 2009. Photograph by the author: Gillian Whitely, Page 12-13 this photos was ‘Published in 2004 by Ted Both. He is a traveller around the world and records his journey on his blogs. In 1990 He had travelled to new you’re from South Africa. From this photograph he had showed the ‘street characters’ to show motivated with reasons behind the lack of uniformity. He finds the ‘treasure hunters’ who makes business though out the rubbish to find values available in Manhattan to make a good living as best they can.

Just as well hoarders turns what it looks like rubbish in to their treasure as the culture itself become ‘hyper-consumption’.

In my perspective to the artists and Critics who the remade or recycled rejected objects or lost and found things transition into visual art, according to the photos that were abandonment such as the van turns valuables to the writers eyes as Ted Botha becomes interest in the mongo, which it may be mange bit more by the resources. it’s  how you or other viewers or even professional see the remake waste in rediscovery as art weather it was made by artist  or just outside rubbish sitting to place the object in the space. However the artist pint of view the artwork can look like rubbish. However, poetry meaningful surreal or the works can be literally be rubbish and even look like rubbish because it is rubbish. I Believe in my researched that yes the language of materials can be explored in research by experimented the material into a game to find out what the materiel can transmission for. As the garbology researched use the other time, I can’t see why it is not an art movement when a lot of assemblage or sculptor or mixed media artist weather they are profitably make a living or armature artists who works as a hobby. Because the works is made up things by rubbish reuse materials

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“Abandoned van crammed with cardboard and debris, Union Square, New York, September 2009. Photograph by the author.”

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