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Cross-artistic and -Scientific
Environmental Event
in 2006, 2008 and 2011

 

Halikonlahti Green Art

FOOD CHAINS 10.9 - 30.10.2011

OPENING 9.9.2011 Salo Artmuseum Roundhouse

Food Chains program  link here

 QUO VADIS Burning Burning

 

Artists and artworks 2011 link here:

Eva Bakkeslett,

Bartaku,

Saara Ekström,

Terike Haapoja,

Kalle Hamm ja Dzamil Kamanger,

Maria Huhmarniemi, Laura Junka-Aikio ja Antti Aikio sekä ryhmä,

Ruth Jarman ja Joe Gerhardt,

Kaisu Koivisto,

Kultivator,

La Navetta -group,

Arja Lehtimäki,

Satu Lähteenoja, Mari Keski-Korsu. Miia Raivio ryhmä,

Merja Markkula,

Tea Mäkipää,

Erik Sjödin,

Christina Stadlbauer,

Tommi Taipale ja Sampsa Oinaala,

Tea Tikka,

Pive Toivonen,

Andréa Vannucchi jaTarja Lapila ja Tiia Paju ja ryhmä

Hanna Weselius,

Kimmo Ylönen,

Minna Öberg,

Ketju-kahvila-ryhmä

 

Artworks with subjects from

FOOD, LANDUSE, ENERGY, PRODUCTION, NUTRITION, WASTE; POLITICS

home  ECOLOGY

contact:  tuulanikulainen (at) gmail.com   ulla (at) capsula.org.es 
 
 
 
Halikonlahti Green Art is a collection of art exhibits which winds round the Bay of Halikko.
This is a project which unites art with protection of the environment.
The ecological thinking inherent in the exhibited works combines creative energy
with aestheticism and ethics.

The first exhibition of Green Art Halikonlahti in 2006 received a lot of interest. It was the first of a series of 3 exhibitions exploring Art and Ecology in the Baltic Sea Region. In 2006 an ambitious exhibition series including films on Art and Ecology started taking place in the Salo Region of Finland – Halikonlahti Green Art. It began with works focusing on observation of the environment, the relationship between mankind and the environment, reflections on how people deal with their environment, and how people are taking care on environmental issues.

In 2008 the second exhibition was focused on water.

Halikonlahti Green Art (HGA) takes us towards changing the way we think about our environment – from vision to commitment. Artistic practice means inventing creative ways to protect our natural world and living cultures through applications of ecological system theory and aesthetics. It means using cross-disciplinary tools (art, psychology, creativity, scientific knowledge, political savvy, marketing) to design new ways of living with the least negative impact, and with social and environmental responsibility. Artistic practice aims to offer interpretations and models of how to think about the natural world, and it suggests an ecological and ethical perspective that helps to promote sustainable future. (Georg Dietzler)

 

HALIKONLAHTI LOCATION

Salo (the nearest city/yellow spot)
Angelniemi (a village by Halikonlahti)

 
  
  
  
  


Halikonlahti Green Art is a collection of art exhibits which winds round the Bay of Halikko. This is a project which unites art with protection of the environment. The ecological thinking inherent in the exhibited works combines creative energy with aestheticism and ethics.

The first exhibition of Green Art Halikonlahti in 2006 received a lot of interest. It was the first of a series of 3 exhibitions exploring Art and Ecology in the Baltic Sea Region. In 2006 an ambitious exhibition series including films on Art and Ecology started taking place in the Salo Region of Finland – Halikonlahti Green Art. It began with works focusing on observation of the environment, the relationship between mankind and the environment, reflections on how people deal with their environment, and how people are taking care on environmental issues.

In 2008 the second exhibition was focused on water.

Halikonlahti Green Art (HGA) takes us towards changing the way we think about our environment – from vision to commitment. Artistic practice means inventing creative ways to protect our natural world and living cultures through applications of ecological system theory and aesthetics. It means using cross-disciplinary tools (art, psychology, creativity, scientific knowledge, political savvy, marketing) to design new ways of living with the least negative impact, and with social and environmental responsibility. Artistic practice aims to offer interpretations and models of how to think about the natural world, and it suggests an ecological and ethical perspective that helps to promote sustainable future. (Georg Dietzler)

 

HALIKONLAHTI LOCATION

Salo (the nearest city/yellow spot)
Angelniemi (a village by Halikonlahti)

 

Tilaa uutiskirje

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curators

TUULA NIKULAINEN 2006-2011
tel.+358 40 7451 097
greenart (at) halikonlahti.net

GEORG DIETZLER 2006-2008
 
ULLA TAIPALE 2011
ulla (at) capsula.org.es