Can we ever really see and experience a site without comparing it to the photographs of that same scene?
The Elevated Wetlands is one of the first and most enduringly effective pieces of eco art in Canada.
Mel Chin describes the origins and motivations behind the nationwide art project Paydirt in a keynote address to the 2008 National Art Education Association Convention, and visits multiple sites in New Orleans adversely affected by both Hurricane Katrina and lead contamination in the soil.
‘If the work doesn’t relate to your family and your community, then what’s the point?’, Harding asks.
A commentary on an endangered way of life.
The river's brilliant reflections gave shape to this enormous sculpture of silver
Finding heroism amidst one of the earth's most destructive environmental disasters
The majesty of Yosemite National Park — with Roger Minick and the woman with the scarf.
Building the American dream in the California desert.
Can the commonplace working farmland of California's Sacramento River Valley be a place of of breathtaking beauty?
A viewing station for sunrise and sunset, Turrell’s work manipulates light, time, and perception.
Tuffery’s iconic “tinned bull” addresses contemporary concerns about ecological health and food sovereignty