How can Scotland adapt to the #climatecrisis? Exhibition and Talk

Newton Harrison, 2018, On The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland (detail) EXHIBITION (TALK below): NEWTON HARRISON: ON THE DEEP WEALTH OF THIS NATION, SCOTLANDTuesday 12 March - Thursday 28 March @ 12pm - 4pmFree entry - Closed Sundays and Monday Join us at the Barn during Climate Week North East 2019 this March where... Continue Reading →

LAGI Glasgow exhibition at Edinburgh College of Art

Land Art Generator Glasgow exhibition Tent: Art, Space and Nature, Edinburgh College of Art 8-21 September 2017 The award winning Land Art Generator Glasgow project, developed in collaboration with ecoartscotland, explores creative approaches to using renewable energy in urban contexts as part of place-making approaches to regeneration. The Land Art Generator Glasgow project focused on... Continue Reading →

Jonathan Baxter: Murmur – Artists Reflect on Climate Change

Sarah Gittins, Chloe Lewis, Ellis O’Connor, Meg Rodger and Saule Žuk 5th August – 16th September 2017 10am – 5pm, Free Entry An Talla Solais, West Argyle Street, Ullapool, IV26 2UG 'The word “urgency,” rather than crisis, is an energetic term for me. Urgency is energizing, but it's not about apocalypse or crisis. It's about... Continue Reading →

Green Tease: Land Art Generator Initiative – Creative Carbon Scotland

What would a renewable energy project for Glasgow look like if the design process was led by artists, architects, landscape architects, and urban planners, working in collaboration with engineers? Over the past ten months, three interdisciplinary design teams have worked together on proposals for a new renewable energy generation site in Port Dundas, Glasgow in association... Continue Reading →

LAGI Glasgow at The Lighthouse 9 June-29 July

Scotland on Sunday features the Land Art Generator Glasgow exhibition, opening at The Lighthouse, Glasgow on 9 June. Name checks for Wind Forest - ZM Architecture, Dalziel + Scullion, Ian Nicol of Qmulus and Peter Yeadon of Yeadon Space Agency, previous LAGI participant who joined the Scottish team; Watergaw - ERZ Landscape Architecture, Alec Finlay... Continue Reading →

Reblogged Reflections on the Venice Biennale

The Climarte team (the Australian arts organisation rather than the Climart research network recently highlighted) covered environmental work presented at the recent Venice Biennale in <a href="http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=29a210c8ac479a21fe27cfac3&id=c4fdb34ce1&e=%5BUNIQID%5D">their newsletter. Climarte particularly focus on the non-European pavilions. "In the South Korean Pavilion, Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho invited us to visit Venice in some future time in... Continue Reading →

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