Seeing Is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees: A Life of Contemporary Artist Robert Irwin Multiple Choice Test Questions

Lawrence Weschler
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Chapter 1

1. Where did Robert Irwin grow up?
(a) Northeast Los Angeles.
(b) Southeast Los Angeles.
(c) Southwest Los Angeles.
(d) Northwest Los Angeles.

2. To what does Robert partially attribute to growing up here in the 1940s?
(a) His dark tan.
(b) His easy sense of well-being.
(c) His interest in the arts.
(d) His love of the ocean.

3. What is L.A.'s funky, avant-garde community of artists?
(a) The Furmann Gallery.
(b) The Felix Gallery.
(c) The Ferus Gallery.
(d) The Ferris Gallery.

4. Southern Californians can have instantaneous and intimate conversations with whom?
(a) Friends.
(b) Enemies.
(c) Total strangers.
(d) Acquaintances.

5. There is nothing Irwin likes more than cruising around L.A. at any time of the day or night and stopping to do what?
(a) People watch.
(b) Take photographs.
(c) Look for celebrities.
(d) Enjoy a Coke.

6. It was in whose honor that Irwin wrote the unproduced screenplay The Green and the White?
(a) Joan Templeman.
(b) Joan Tipograph.
(c) Joan Tisch.
(d) Joan Tewkesbury.

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