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Conscious Art
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Unit A

3 • Art and Power
WB p. 37

Conscious Art
the Earth

➜ How are today’s eco‑artists changing the world?

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Retrouvez une banque d'audios et de vidéos authentiques en lien avec cette thématique.

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Serious Game

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Photomontage “Even Elsa couldn’t save the polar ice caps from melting”

Thought Leader Global, / Jeff Hong,

Get ready!

Look at the vocabulary lists. Find a title for each box, then integrate the words from the toolbox.

Look at the picture.
a. What message does it convey?

b. What do you think of the title?
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Watch the video. a. Be ready to present it.

b. Why does Jeff Hong use fictional characters to illustrate real issues?

Discuss these brainstorming questions with your classmates.
Do you know any eco‑artists or conscious artists? Do you think art is a good way to raise awareness of a topic?

Read the idiom of the week. Rephrase it in your own words and give examples.
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  • generate interest (in) / raise awareness (about / on / of) (exp.)
  • a sensitive topic (exp.)
  • take notice of sth (exp.)
  • ice floe /ˈaɪs ˈfləʊ/ (n.)
  • drift / float / freeze / melt (v.)

Let’s learn!

Vocabulary Challenge

Describe the picture using as many words from the toolbox and the vocabulary lists as possible. Explain the artist’s intention.
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Idiom of the week!

Life is short and art is long


The familiar Latin translation of Hippocrates’ “Ars longa, vita brevis” reverses the order of the original lines. In English, the whole aphorism reads:

Life is short,
and art long,
opportunity fleeting,
experimentations perilous,
and judgment difficult.

It commonly refers to how time limits our accomplishments in life.

Art and the Environment

box 1
  • advocate for / promote (v)
  • campaign for (v.)
  • denounce / condemn (v)
  • oppose (v.)
  • prevent (v.)
  • protect / preserve (v)
  • save (v.)

box 2
  • carbon footprint (n.)
  • climate change (n.)
  • deforestation (n.)
  • endangered species (n.)
  • global warming (n.)
  • oil spill /ˈɔɪl ˈspɪl/ (n.)
  • water shortage (n.)

box 3
  • environmentally-friendly (adj.)
  • energy consumption (n.)
  • forest preservation (n.)
  • sustainable development (n.)
  • wildlife conservation (n.)
  • recycle /ˌriːˈsaɪkl/ (v.)
  • reuse /ˌriːˈjuːz/ (v.)

box 4
  • collage (n.)
  • digital art (n.)
  • museum curator /kjʊəˈrɛɪtə/ (n.)
  • painting (n.)
  • photography (n.)
  • stencil /ˈstɛnsl/ (n.)

box 5
  • upper ≠ lower part (exp.)
  • aesthetics /ˌiːsˈθɛtɪks/ (n.)
  • background ≠ foreground (n.)
  • content (n.)
  • dead centre /’dɛd ˈsɛntə/ (n.)
  • medium /ˈmiːdɪəm/ (n.)
  • section / corner / side (n.)
  • subject matter / topic / theme /ˈθiːm/ (n.)
  • technique (n.)
  • contrast with (v.)
  • convey a message (v.)
  • focus / concentrate (v.)
  • highlight / emphasize (v.)

On your way to the task ❯❯ Step 1

Write an article about an eco‑artist you have interviewed.

❯❯ Step 2

Design your own eco‑art installation.

❯❯ Step 3

Organise an exhibition.

❯❯ Your final project

Elect the Eco‑Artist of the year.
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