• Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique.

    Tuula Närhinen finn művész multidiszciplináris gyakorlatának középpontjában a természet játékos kutatásai állnak. világ. Ebben a szoborsorozatban és egy kapcsolódó videóban a művész a partra sodort műanyag szemetet valószínűtlen vízi példányokká alakítja

    Fénykép: Tuula Närhinen/A művész jóvoltából Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.

  • Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come. Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come.

  • Doug Aitken, migration (empire). Aitken’s 2008 film migration (empire) explores the complex relationship between the American wilderness and the sprawling built environment, asking what happens when the natural and man-made collide. Wild North American migratory animals who have taken up residence in vacant motel rooms, are shown engaging with their new environs according to their instincts.

    Chester Arnold, Jelenetek a nehéz tengerek korából.

    Chester Arnold ijesztő tengeri tájai katasztrófát előrevetnek az otthonuk közelében . Mindegyik díszes keretes olajfestményen evezős csónakok és hajók küzdenek tehetetlenül Észak-Kalifornia partjainál tomboló vizeken. Ahogy a globális hőmérséklet emelkedése szélsőséges időjárási eseményeket okoz, az egyre erősebb óceáni hullámok pedig otthonokat rombolnak le és migrációt kényszerítenek ki, Arnold munkája a jövőbeli dolgok érzését kelti

    Doug Aitken, migration (empire). Aitken’s 2008 film migration (empire) explores the complex relationship between the American wilderness and the sprawling built environment, asking what happens when the natural and man-made collide. Wild North American migratory animals who have taken up residence in vacant motel rooms, are shown engaging with their new environs according to their instincts. Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.

  • Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come.
  • Doug Aitken, migráció (birodalom).

    Aitken 2008-as filmje, a migráció (birodalom) a komplexumot tárja fel kapcsolat az amerikai vadon és a szerteágazó épített környezet között, megkérdezve, mi történik, ha a természetes és az ember alkotta ütközik. A vadon élő észak-amerikai vándorló állatokat, akik üres motelszobákban telepedtek le, bemutatják, amint ösztöneik szerint kapcsolatba lépnek új környezetükkel

    Gülnur Özdağlar, The Last Reef. This translucent sculpture, suspended from the ceiling, gives viewers a sense of looking up at a complex aquatic organism from underwater. The artist upcycles plastic bottles by applying heat, drilling, cutting and shredding, to evoke the appendages and diaphanous body structures of various forms of sea life. Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.Brian Jungen, Tombstone. The sculpture by the Canadian First Nations artist is made of white, plastic Rubbermaid step stools reassembled into the shape of a turtle’s shell which rests atop a platform of 32 black, metal filing cabinets. The work references Turtle Island, a name for North America used by many Indigenous communities, while the filing cabinets allude to the colonial bureaucracy that American and Canadian governments have inflicted upon Indigenous peoples through broken treaties, violent land grabs and false promises of sovereignty.
  • Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come.
  • Gülnur Özdağlar, The Last Reef. This translucent sculpture, suspended from the ceiling, gives viewers a sense of looking up at a complex aquatic organism from underwater. The artist upcycles plastic bottles by applying heat, drilling, cutting and shredding, to evoke the appendages and diaphanous body structures of various forms of sea life.

    Gülnur Özdağlar, Az utolsó zátony.

    Ez a mennyezetre felfüggesztett áttetsző szobor érzékelést ad a nézőknek a víz alatti összetett vízi organizmusra nézve. A művész hő alkalmazásával, fúrással, vágással és aprítással újrahasznosítja a műanyag palackokat, hogy megidézze a tengeri élet különböző formáinak függelékeit és áttetsző testszerkezeteit

    Brian Jungen, Tombstone. The sculpture by the Canadian First Nations artist is made of white, plastic Rubbermaid step stools reassembled into the shape of a turtle’s shell which rests atop a platform of 32 black, metal filing cabinets. The work references Turtle Island, a name for North America used by many Indigenous communities, while the filing cabinets allude to the colonial bureaucracy that American and Canadian governments have inflicted upon Indigenous peoples through broken treaties, violent land grabs and false promises of sovereignty. Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • One Beach Plastic, for here or to go. The piece, for here or to go, by Point Reyes–based couple Richard and Judith Selby Lang of One Beach Plastic, features a selection of sea-worn detritus including toothbrushes, toys, barrettes, bottle caps, connectors and fasteners, container fragments and unidentifiable objects rescued by the Langs.

    Brian Jungen, Tombstone.

    A kanadai First Nations művész szobra fehér, műanyag Rubbermaid-ből készült lépcsős zsámolyok teknőspáncél formájúra összeszerelve, amely egy 32 fekete, fém iratszekrényből álló platformon nyugszik. A mű a Turtle Island-re, Észak-Amerika számos bennszülött közösség által használt elnevezésére hivatkozik, míg az irattárak arra a gyarmati bürokráciára utalnak, amelyet az amerikai és a kanadai kormány sértett meg az őslakos népekkel szerződésszegésekkel, erőszakos földfoglalásokkal és a szuverenitás hamis ígéreteivel .

  • Daniel Beltrá, Oil Spill #12. An aerial view of the oil leaked from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead. The BP-leased oil platform exploded April 20 and sank after burning, leaking more than about 200,000 gallons of crude oil to the sea per day from the broken pipeline . Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • Daniel Beltrá, Olajszennyezés #12.

    A Deepwater Horizon kútfejéből kiszivárgott olaj légi felvétele . A BP által bérelt olajplatform felrobbant és leégés után elsüllyedt, és naponta több mint 200 000 gallon kőolaj szivárgott a tengerbe a megszakadt vezetékből

    One Beach Plastic, for here or to go. The piece, for here or to go, by Point Reyes–based couple Richard and Judith Selby Lang of One Beach Plastic, features a selection of sea-worn detritus including toothbrushes, toys, barrettes, bottle caps, connectors and fasteners, container fragments and unidentifiable objects rescued by the Langs. Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • One Beach Plastic, ide vagy menni.

    A darab, ide vagy menni, by A Point Reyes-i házaspár, Richard és Judith Selby Lang, a One Beach Plastic cégnél tengeri törmelékek széles választékát kínálja, köztük fogkeféket, játékokat, hordókat, palackkupakokat, csatlakozókat és rögzítőket, tartálytöredékeket és azonosíthatatlan tárgyakat, amelyeket a Langok mentettek meg

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  • Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come.

    Andy Goldsworthy, Geophagia.

    Megmentett és újrahasznosított éttermi asztalok fehér agyaggal borítva, hogy repedezett és repedezett felületekre hasonlítsanak , amely folyamatosan változik, ahogy a munka öregszik és kiszárad, központi szerepet kap a Geophagiában. Az installáció fehér éttermi terítőkre és edényekre hivatkozik, és a Kaliforniát pusztító történelmi szárazságot idézi

    Fotó : Andy Goldsworthy/a művész jóvoltából Ana Teresa Fernández, On the Horizon. The installation comprises 16 cylindrical pillars, each measuring six-feet tall and filled with water from the Pacific Ocean — a nod to the expected rise in sea-levels within the next century, which threatens coastal communities locally and globally. Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come. Brian Jungen, Tombstone. The sculpture by the Canadian First Nations artist is made of white, plastic Rubbermaid step stools reassembled into the shape of a turtle’s shell which rests atop a platform of 32 black, metal filing cabinets. The work references Turtle Island, a name for North America used by many Indigenous communities, while the filing cabinets allude to the colonial bureaucracy that American and Canadian governments have inflicted upon Indigenous peoples through broken treaties, violent land grabs and false promises of sovereignty.
  • Ana Teresa Fernández, On the Horizon.

    Az installáció 16 hengeres oszlopból áll, amelyek mindegyike hat láb magas és tele van a Csendes-óceánból származó vízzel – rábólint a tengerszint következő évszázadon belüli várható emelkedésére, amely helyi és globális szinten fenyegeti a part menti közösségeket

    Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come.

    A Cliff House, a 19. század végére visszanyúló, ma redőnnyel rendelkező étterem San Franciscóban, ahol a kiállítást is tartják

    Tuula Närhinen, Baltic Sea Plastique. Finnish artist Tuula Närhinen’s multidisciplinary practice centers around playful investigations into the natural world. In this series of sculptures and a related video, the artist transforms plastic trash that has washed ashore into unlikely aquatic specimens.
  • Chester Arnold, Scenes From An Age Of Heavy Seas. Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In each ornately framed oil painting, rowboats and ships struggle helplessly in raging waters off the coast of Northern California. As rising global temperatures cause extreme weather events, and increasingly powerful ocean waves destroy homes and force migration, Arnold’s work imparts a sense of things to come.
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