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Posted by on Apr 28, 2017 in Australia, Land Art, Sydney

Angles of Incidence | Blue Artistic Landmark Glows in Sydney

Angles of Incidence | Blue Artistic Landmark Glows in Sydney

Article by Alexandra-Elena Ciocan – Angles of Incidence, by  Warren Langley and Julia Davis, in Victoria Cross, North Sydney, Australia. The 6-meter high, imposing and curious sculptural landmark created by famous artist-couple Warren Langley and Julia Davis in the Victoria Cross intersection, North Sydney, required tremendous thought and sentiment, as well as thorough artistic and engineering study. The Angles of Incidence project is part of the North Sydney Public Art Trail,...

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Posted by on Feb 19, 2017 in Italy, Land Art

The Floating Piers | The Artists who Made it Possible to Walk on Water

The Floating Piers | The Artists who Made it Possible to Walk on Water

Article by Mayra Alejandra Rivero Bueno – The Floating Piers, by Christo And Jeanne-Claude, in Lake Iseo, Italy. For more than 40 years, the artists had this vision of a floating walkway; the project was first conceived by Christo and Jeanne-Claude in 1970 but not actually brought to life until 2016. It was Christo’s first large-scale project since 2005 when he and Jeanne-Claude realized The Gates in N.Y.C., and...

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Posted by on Nov 1, 2016 in 2016, Land Art, Nomad Studio

How an Art Installation Can Spark Real Discussions on Climate Change and Incite Action

How an Art Installation Can Spark Real Discussions on Climate Change and Incite Action

Article by Emily Sinclair – Green Air, by Nomad studio,  located in the Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Louis. Plants are key indicators in an ever-changing world. Plants and the ecosystems they inhabit are accustomed to working out problems within their own means. But as our human population grows, the strain on these environmental resources also grows – to a point in which the ecosystems are struggling to deal...

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Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in 2016, DJA, Land Art, Latvia

Art Installation of 10,000 Bats Graces the Nature Concert Hall

Art Installation of 10,000 Bats Graces the Nature Concert Hall

Article by Mai Nguyen – Art Installation at the Nature Concert Hall 2016, by DJA (Didzis Jaunzems Architecture), in Zalenieki Manor, Latvia Landscape architecture in general is the comprehensive arrangement of different components to create a better exterior space experience. The scale of landscape design can vary from a regional forest to a simple garden or art installation. With the development of new materials, the design of art installations has...

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Posted by on Jul 27, 2016 in 2004, Austria, Land Art

How This Artwork Provides a Holistic Sensory Experience

How This Artwork Provides a Holistic Sensory Experience

Article by Frank Bourque The holistic sensory experience of the Scent Tunnel, by Olafur Eliasson, in Autostadt Park, Austria There are many new and innovative art works that bring the best of the modern world. One of them is Olafur Eliason’s Scent Tunnel, a majestic experience and an artwork that happens every spring in Austria. As humans, we are born to see, breathe, enjoy and appreciate the beauty of...

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Posted by on Jul 13, 2016 in 2016, England, Land Art, Landscape architecture Posts, London

How Did Flying Beetles Inspire the V&A Museum’s Courtyard?

How Did Flying Beetles Inspire the V&A Museum’s Courtyard?

Article by Selen Öztürk Elytra Filament Pavilion, a collaborative project in Victoria and Albert Museum, John Madejski Garden, London, England,  United Kingdom Elytra Filament Pavilion, a biomimetic installation by Achim Menges, Moritz Dörstelmann, Jan Knippers and Thomas Auer, in the Victoria and Albert Museum’s John Madejski Garden, London. Can nature contribute to architectural designs? As we look through Elytra Filament Pavilion’s design techniques, the answer is definitely: YES! The pavilion was...

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