Regina Rózsa
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Nils Udo    (Source: cytae, via photosynthesis-art)

leaf-fronds: “crossconnectmag: “Nils-Udo (born is a Bavarian artist who has been creating environmental art since the when he moved away from painting and the studio and began to work with.

Hans Haacke. "Condensation Cube." We talked about this in my museum exhibition class. This piece interacts with its environment, as more condensation would appear on the glass if the room is crowded, and less if the room is emptier.

Hans Haacke, "Condensation Cube" This would probably make a great art education lesson about the fusion of contemporary art and natural processes/biology.

Agnes Denes, The Living Pyramid, en el Nodstadt Park, Kassel, Alemania. Documenta 14. Foto: © Nils Klinger

Agnes Denes, The Living Pyramid, en el Nodstadt Park, Kassel, Alemania. Documenta 14. Foto: © Nils Klinger

If art is to be relevant to the environment, it needs to move beyond an art context to engage with the land itself.

Agnes Denes - Tree Mountain – A Living Time Capsule – Trees, People, 400 Years (Triptych)