Maria BOȘTENARU DAN

Green Wall Land Art

Abstract:

This paper reports on a Domus scholarship funded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to do research on the connection between green wall installations and land art. It continues our research on green walls by analysing the particular situation in Hungary, a country of Secession. This early representation of plants following discoveries in biology at turn-of-the-century is today, 100 years later, transformed into the living plants on the walls or the multimedia projection. We looked also at alternative installations, now and then. Therefore the practical application, in architectural/scenographic project (we looked for locations for the installations) or in pattent (at the location of the EIT) is a focus of the work. Further studies will go more digital, in energy computing.

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Published in Argument 7/2015


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