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Interpretations of Environmental Art

Some 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


[Inspired by a list made by the artist Lynne Hull.]
Posted by Laura Lynch on 6/26/09

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