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Art|Sci + environment: a few artist/activists Victoria Vesna
Mel Chin What is “environmental art?” --  Informs and interprets nature and its processes, or educates us about environmen...
 
Mel Chin
Aviva Rahmani
Aviva Rahmani
Aviva Rahmani
Aviva Rahmani
Aviva Rahmani
Aviva Rahmani
Aviva Rahmani
Aviva Rahmani
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Jackie Brookner
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Lillian Ball
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
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Beatriz da Costa
 
Marko Peljhan
Mel Chin
Luminous Green 'Luminous Green' is a series of gatherings about the world.  About the world that supports life today and a...
 
 
 
There are many worlds and many realities in our universe. When one reality, or one world-view is superimposed on another, ...
Andrea Polli
Andrea Zittell
Natalie Jeremijenko
 
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Environment artists picks

  1. 1. Art|Sci + environment: a few artist/activists Victoria Vesna
  2. 2. Mel Chin What is “environmental art?” -- Informs and interprets nature and its processes, or educates us about environmental problems -- Is concerned with environmental forces and materials, creating artworks affected or powered by wind, water, lightning, even earthquakes -- Re-envisions our relationship to nature, proposing new ways for us to co-exist with our environment -- Reclaims and remediates damaged environments, restoring ecosystems in artistic and often aesthetic ways Source: greenmuseum.org
  3. 4. Mel Chin
  4. 5. Aviva Rahmani
  5. 6. Aviva Rahmani
  6. 7. Aviva Rahmani
  7. 8. Aviva Rahmani
  8. 9. Aviva Rahmani
  9. 10. Aviva Rahmani
  10. 11. Aviva Rahmani
  11. 12. Aviva Rahmani
  12. 13. Jackie Brookner
  13. 14. Jackie Brookner
  14. 15. Jackie Brookner
  15. 16. Jackie Brookner
  16. 17. Jackie Brookner
  17. 18. Jackie Brookner
  18. 19. Jackie Brookner
  19. 20. Jackie Brookner
  20. 21. Jackie Brookner
  21. 22. Jackie Brookner
  22. 23. Lillian Ball
  23. 24. Lillian Ball
  24. 25. Lillian Ball
  25. 26. Lillian Ball
  26. 27. Lillian Ball
  27. 28. Lillian Ball
  28. 29. Lillian Ball
  29. 30. Lillian Ball
  30. 31. Lillian Ball
  31. 32. Lillian Ball
  32. 33. Lillian Ball
  33. 34. Lillian Ball
  34. 35. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  35. 36. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  36. 37. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  37. 38. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  38. 39. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  39. 40. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  40. 41. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  41. 42. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  42. 43. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  43. 44. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
  44. 45. Petia Morozov & Ian Kerr
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  46. 47. Beatriz da Costa
  47. 49. Marko Peljhan
  48. 50. Mel Chin
  49. 51. Luminous Green 'Luminous Green' is a series of gatherings about the world. About the world that supports life today and about the possible worlds that can support more luminous life in the future. With these events, the interdisciplinary laboratory FoAM calls upon the creative sector to enrich the public debate around environmental sustainability, ethical living and eco-technology. “ Reflecting on the role of the arts, design and technology in an environment of turbulence”
  50. 55. There are many worlds and many realities in our universe. When one reality, or one world-view is superimposed on another, it is inevitable that social, economic and cultural problems arise. Hierarchies of worlds are constructs of a bygone era. Ecologies of worlds should guide us in considering our future. We imagine this future to be responsive, adaptive and interconnected. We abandon the static and universal designs of the industrial era and move towards a world of malleable materials, objects and spaces.
  51. 56. Andrea Polli
  52. 57. Andrea Zittell
  53. 58. Natalie Jeremijenko

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