posted by kristina .
1.With late 20th c. sculpture a new attitude developed around the use of 'ordinary' materials. Some said that this was merely "Dadaist revival." The work may involve moving parts (kinetic sculpture), or 'combines' of seeming unrelated objects, or popular icons. This movement (more descriptive of the process) was called
2. Initiated by an awareness America's Consumer Culture, this art form celebrated both "low" or popular culture and mass media. Andy Warhol was the most visible of these artists who, derived the name of this movement from the idea of "transforming the ordinary into the beautiful."