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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 Dec 13, 2015 in 2015, Land Art, Landscape architecture Posts, Nomad Studio

The Magic Green Carpet That Will Bring Out The Art Critic In You

The Magic Green Carpet That Will Bring Out The Art Critic In You

Article by Win Phyo Green Varnish, by Nomad Studio, in St. Louis, USA It is not unusual for art and landscape design to cross paths. Many artworks convey a powerful message in an abstract manner that can create a conflict of opinion, a source of discussion or a new perception. Landscape design can be used as a tool, or as a canvas, to deliver a message of some kind...

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